The refund amount is determined by an assessment of your reason for refund, supporting documentation and when you apply for a refund, relative to your Program commencement date.
Please refer to the RMIT Approved Schedule of Fees and Charges document to understand how your refund application will be assessed.
Reasons for a full refund can be found on Table B1: full refund (pages 43-45).
Reasons for a partial refund can be found on Table B2: partial refund (page 45).
Reasons for no refund can be found on Table B4: no refund (pages 45-46).
This table outlines the default amount you will receive based on the date you submit your application or the date you cancel your enrolment (whichever is earlier).
If you reduce your study load in the first semester of study, you will not be eligible for a refund of the difference between the tuition fees you paid for that semester and the tuition fees charged. Instead, the difference will appear as a credit in your student account.