Applicable for students who are new to Australia and starting a Bachelor, Masters by Coursework, Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma at RMIT.
As a new Higher Education student at RMIT, you need to register in person at RMIT’s Melbourne campus before you can enrol and start studies at RMIT.
Registration for semester 2, 2017 are now closed. Registration for semester 1, 2018 will be available soon.
At Registration you will:
- complete passport and visa checks to ensure that you are ready to enrol
- receive important information about how to enrol
What to bring
- your passport
- a copy of your current Australian visa
- confirmation of your full acceptance or a copy of your COE.
Make sure you have accepted your offer before registration. See how to accept your offer.
Do I need to register?
All international Higher Education students new to RMIT Australia must register before enrolment. You cannot register online. You must register face-to-face so we can confirm your arrival in Australia, check your passport and visa details and ensure that you are ready for enrolment.
If you fail to attend registration on the dates above, your timetable selection may be limited. Students who attend the registration on the above date will have first preference for timetable selection.
Note: If you have recently completed English or Foundaiton Studies program, you are not required to attend the Registration.
What if I have a conditional offer letter/conditional acceptance?
If you have conditions on your offer letter or have a conditional acceptance, you must upload the requested documents or certified copies to your application on iApply prior to registration or present them at Info Corner. These will then be assessed and if met, your conditions will be lifted so you can register and enroll on time.
Credit transfer and recognition of prior learning
If you have received credit transfer or recognition of prior learning this should be stated in your RMIT offer. Alternatively, you can apply for credit transfer or recognition of prior learning once you are enrolled – preferably before the first day of classes.
Does credit exemptions/advanced standing mean that I will study part-time?
Being granted recognition of prior learning (RPL) or credit does not automatically mean you will study part-time. Your program duration may be shortened and you must then enrol in a load suitable to complete within your new, expected duration.