Application dates

RMIT’s standard closing dates for receiving applications for Semester 2, 2021 are as follows:

Application deadline: 21 July 2021

Application outcome: 23 July 2021

  • Certificate IV
  • Diploma
  • Advanced Diploma
  • Associate Degree
  • *Associate Degree in Business
  • *Diploma of Commerce

Application deadline: 14 July 2021

Note: Application for change of program, selection task requirement and credit assessment must be submitted by 7 July  2021.

Application outcome: 16 July  2021

 *Application deadline: 21 July 2021

Note: Application for change of program and credit assessment must be submitted by 14 July.

*Application outcome: 23 July 2021

 

  • Bachelor degree
  • Postgraduate qualification (by coursework)

Application deadline: 21 July  2021

Note: Application for change of program, selection task requirement and credit assessment must be submitted by 14 July 2021.

Application outcome: 23 July 2021

  • Bachelor degree
  • Postgraduate qualification (by coursework)

Application deadline: 21 July 2021

Note: Application for change of program and credit assessment must be submitted by 14 July  2021.

Application outcome: 23 July  2021

 

  • Bachelor degree
  • Postgraduate qualification (by coursework)

Application deadline: 26 July  2021

Note: Application for change of program, and credit assessment must be submitted by 19 July  2021

Application outcome: 28 July 2021

 

 

Please note, some qualifications have their own closing date and enrolments are subject to places and availability. As such, applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

International students are also strongly advised to apply by the dates recommended for their country/region. These maybe earlier than the closing date for your course and are based on anticipated visa processing times for each country. If you require a student visa, you will also need to allow additional time to apply for your visa.

For further information, please contact Study@RMIT.

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