There are temporary provisions in place for most qualifications:
RMIT will accept online / uncertified documents from all countries to issue full offers.
Online transcripts must have details of the institution, student’s detail and the title of the qualification. Applicants will be required to provide certified copies of official academic documents as soon as they are available and by no later than census date.
For admission into a bachelor's degree for Semester 2 2020, applicants from Indonesia will no longer need to provide the National and / or School Examination results for Indonesian Year 12. Applicants with Indonesian Senior High School qualification can apply for admissions based on SMA 3 results and / or School Examination.
To remove the requirement of Vietnamese National High School Graduation Examination for admissions to Diploma, Advanced Diploma, and Undergraduate Degree. Applicants will be required to provide a certified copy of official National High School Graduation as soon as it is available and by no later than census date.
Hong Kong qualifications:
Applicants with Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) qualification can apply for admissions based on trial HKDSE results.
Applicants will be required to provide official results after enrolling in their programs.
GCE O and A Levels and International Baccalaureate (IB):
Forecast results from GCE O Levels / IGCSE will be accepted to issue a full offer for Foundation Studies for an immediate intake.
Forecast GCE A Level and Predicted IB Diploma results will be accepted to issue a full offer for a Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree and Bachelor’s Degree for an immediate intake if applicants’ forecast / predicted results are 3 points higher than the actual program’s entry requirement.
Applicants must also meet English requirement, other additional requirement and SSVF assessment.
Applicants will not be required to provide official final results when applying for an immediate intake.