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Applications for RMIT Extension studies for 2020 will commence from 11 August 2019.

At RMIT you’ll learn in state-of-the-art facilities from expert academics working at the forefront of their professions. You will experience university life and have access to the outstanding support services available to you as an RMIT student. 

Many of our RMIT Extension courses are offered both on campus and online. If you live regionally - or can’t make it onto campus - you can make RMIT Extension work to your timetable.

The RMIT Extension program is accredited by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessments Authority as part of their Higher Education Studies program.

How to apply

1. Prepare

  • Research the available courses.
  • Check your eligibility against the Entry Requirements.
  • Speak to your secondary school about your goals and seek their advice and support.
  • Speak to your parent or guardian about your goals and seek their advice and support.
  • Consider the impact of the additional workload, including travel time and your timetable.
  • Still have questions? Email study@rmit.edu.au for answers. 

2. Apply

You need the following documents to apply:

  • Completed School and Parent Endorsement Form.
  • Year 11 report (Semester 1).
  • Year 11 report (Semester 2)*.
  • Units 3 & 4 results*.
  • VASS full details report (obtain from your secondary school).
  • Copy of your birth certificate or passport (with VISA label if applicable).

*Year 11 (semester 2) results and units 3 & 4 results will not be required until December 2019.

Apply direct to RMIT below.

Applications close 3 January 2020.

*Please note that this program is only available to Domestic students.

Fees

RMIT charges no fees for RMIT Extension courses.

More information

For more information or to register your interest, email study@rmit.edu.au.

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