A general guide to the qualifications delivered in Australia and New Zealand that may be used to determine English language proficiency for admission to RMIT University.
|Qualification Type||Foundation studies / Vocational education||Associate degree and Diploma of Commerce||Undergraduate||Postgraduate (up to IELTS 6.5)|
|Victoria Certificate of Education (VCE)||Study Score of at least 20 in ESL or EAL; or 15 in units 3 and 4 in any other VCE English subject.||Study Score of at least 25 in ESL or EAL; or 20 in units 3 and 4 in any other VCE English subject||Study Score of at least 30 in ESL or EAL; or 25 in units 3 and 4 in any other VCE English subject||Not applicable|
|Diploma or Advanced Diploma||Successful completion of at least one year of full time study in an Australian diploma or advanced diploma (or higher) or equivalent.|
|Bachelor degree||Successful completion of at least the first year of full time study of a tertiary program (or higher) or equivalent.|
|Qualification type||Foundation studies / Vocational education||Associate degree||Undergraduate||Postgraduate|
|NCEA - National Certificate of Educational Achievement*||A minimum of 10 credits in English at Level 2 and/or 3.||A minimum of 18 credits in English at Level 3.||A minimum of 18 credits in English at Level 3.||Not applicable|
* Note: NCEA awards the grades Not Achieved (N), Achieved (A), Merit (M) and Excellence (E). Grade N can not be counted towards total credits.
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