English Language student enrolment

All students commencing an English program at RMIT English Worldwide (REW) are required to attend the enrolment and orientation sessions before the first day of classes.

RMIT English Worldwide's ELICOS English courses start every five weeks.

Enrolment is held the Thursday the week before your classes start. At your enrolment session you will be given the time and location of the orientation session.

What you need to bring

  • your passport
  • a copy of your current Australian visa
  • electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (if you’re on a student visa)
  • most recent English test result (IELTS, TOEFL etc)
  • one passport photo
  • a pen and a notebook.

Location

Level 6, Building 108 (The Tivoli)
235 – 251 Bourke St, Melbourne.
Map

Late enrolment

Students arriving late should report to REW Student Services: Level 3, 235 - 251 Bourke St, Melbourne.

If you know you will be enrolling late please email rewstudent.services@rmit.edu.au with details of your arrival.

The final day for enrolment is the Monday of week two, however, by this time classes have been finalised and places are limited.

Enrolment dates

See a full list of dates and more details about enrolment and orientation.

Get ready to study at RMIT Training

All students commencing an English program at RMIT English Worldwide (REW) are required to attend an enrolment and orientation session before their first day of classes.

Academic English courses start every five weeks.  See a full list of dates and more details about enrolment and orientation.

Enrolment is the week before your classes start.  At your enrolment session you will be given the time and location of your orientation session.

 

Academic English - Study Online

When: Enrolments open on Monday one week prior to the course start date.
Where: The online enrolment form will be sent to your personal email account. Please check your inbox. If you do not see an email from REW Student Services, it may be in your junk mailbox or you can contact rewstudent.services@rmit.edu.au

 

Academic English - Face-to-face learning

The RMIT Training building is currently closed, but you can still attend classes online.  Please contact us if you would like further information.
Phone: +61 3 9657 5800
Email: rewstudent.services@rmit.edu.au

When: from 9:00am on enrolment days.
WhereRMIT English Worldwide, Building 108, Level 6, 235-251 Bourke Street, Melbourne

 

Late enrolment

Students who know they will be enrolling late must email rewstudent.services@rmit.edu.au with details of their expected start date.

The last day you can enrol is the Monday of Week 2; however, by this time classes have been finalised and places will be limited.

 

What you need to bring

  • your passport
  • a copy of your current Australian visa
  • electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (if you’re on a student visa)
  • most recent English test result (IELTS, TOEFL etc)
  • one two passport photos and a pen.
  • a pen and a notebook.

 

Bring your own device (BYOD)

Students must bring their own laptop or tablet to classes during study periods. Students use their device for study purposes and to connect to myDesktop. Find out more about what type of device you need.

myDesktop gives students access to their RMIT desktop and RMIT applications from home or anywhere with an internet connection.

Students can also access a range of applications for free using the University’s licence. From Microsoft Word, MYOB and Adobe Photoshop, to AutoCAD or even Adobe InDesign, there’s something for everyone. Visit myDesktop for more information.

 

Location

RMIT Training
Building 108 (The Tivoli)
235 – 251 Bourke St, Melbourne.
Map

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