The following ATAR profile and selection rank are from students offered places wholly or partly on the basis of ATAR in 2019.
BH115 – Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours)
(excluding adjustment factors)
(ATAR plus any adjustment factors)
|Highest rank to receive an offer||NP||NP|
|Median rank to receive an offer||NP||NP|
|Lowest rank to receive an offer||NP||NP|
NP [Not Published] = The ATAR profile is not available for this course due to the limited amount of data available.
RC [Range of Criteria] = ATAR is not the primary selection method for this course and additional selection tasks are required (e.g. test, interview, folio).
The following data provides an indication of the likely peer cohort for new undergraduate students at RMIT. It was collected from students who were enrolled after the census date and who started studying in Semester 1, 2018. It covers students at all Australian campuses, including international students studying in Australia. The data has been grouped by each student’s most relevant education or work and life experience.
|(A) Past higher education study||Number of students||27|
|% of all students||11.8|
|(B) Past vocational education and training (VET) study||Number of students||15|
|% of all students||6.6|
|(C) Work and life experience||Number of students||0|
|% of all students||0|
|(D) Recent secondary education||Number of students||126|
|% of all students||55|
|International students||Number of students||61|
|% of all students||26.6|
|All students||Number of students||229|
|% of all students||100|
This course promotes interior design as a practice concerned with the spatial and temporal relations between people and the surrounding environment.
Different interiors are considered from architectural, retail, exhibition and urban environments; digital and filmic spaces; performance and theatre design; art installations and more.
Students learn to design through the process of developing their own design response in relation to a range of design briefs from the conceptual to real life situations. Students are provided with technical and communication tools such as AutoCAD, Rhino, 3-D imaging, hand drawing, film production and model making as well as verbal presentation skills.
This course challenges assumptions about interior design and allows students to push current boundaries and engage design as an agent of social and cultural change.
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All applicants must complete and submit the Interior Design pre-selection kit.
Applicants will be shortlislisted based on the Interior Design pre-selection kit. Shortlisted applicants will be required to attend a folio presentation.
All applicants must meet the University's minimum academic entry requirements.
Satisfactory completion of at least two courses (subjects) at an Australian undergraduate level (or overseas equivalent).
Satisfactory completion of an Australian Certificate IV or above (or equivalent).
Successful completion of an Australian senior secondary certificate of education (Year 12) or overseas equivalent.
VCE Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL (or equivalent) or acheive an overall score of at least 155 in the STAT multiple choice.
VCE units 3 and 4 – a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL.
Equity access schemes take into account educational disadvantages and circumstances that may have impacted on an applicant’s most recent academic performance.
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Available to applicants studying year 12 at a SNAP partner school.
The SNAP access scheme is designed to increase tertiary access and participation of eligible students by giving them priority access to RMIT diploma and degree programs.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
The Indigenous Access Program will support your application into RMIT programs through an informal interview process with support from the Ngarara Willim Centre. Your relevant life, work, educational and training experience as preparation for study, in addition to any formal qualifications, are all considered.
VTAC applications – Semester 1, 2019
If you are a year 12 student and your course is advertised in VTAC you must apply via VTAC.
Applications open 6 August 2018.
Timely applications close 27 September 2018.
Late applications close 2 November 2018.
Very late applications close 7 December 2018 (earlier due dates may apply to some programs with selection tasks).
If you are not a year 12 student and are only applying for one course at RMIT you can apply direct to RMIT.
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