Short course enrolments are available online all year round. COVID-19 has impacted the availability of many of our face to face short courses. Refer to the University’s Statement for updates on when teaching will be returning to campus. There are a number of online, live delivered short courses on offer until then.
Step 1: Browse and select an available course
Once you have selected the short course you want to study, click the red 'Enrol Now' button on your desired intake.
Step 2: Register into a course
Use the webform to register your details for the course you want to study.
Step 3: Proceed to payment
After registering, you will be prompted to select Proceed to payment.
Step 4: Arrange discounts
If you’re eligible for a discount, register, submit your promo code or RMIT staff or student number. RMIT will contact you via email to confirm eligibility and issue you a payment link.
Step 5: Make payment
Complete your payment online with a Visa or Mastercard. Enter your email if you wish to receive a payment receipt.
Step 6: Check your Short Course Tax Invoice
Keep an eye on your email (or the email of the person who is the billing contact). Short Courses will process the enrolment and send your booking confirmation tax invoice. Check your name and course details such as date are correct.
Step 7: Await course confirmation
Keep an eye on your email. Approximately one week prior to the scheduled course commencement, you will receive your confirmation letter outlining:
▪ Location of your class
▪ Your facilitator
▪ Materials provided and
▪ Materials you may need to purchase and bring to class.
Single courses have semester specific enrolment periods — please check the Enrol page for the latest dates.
For single courses that do not require University approval, once your application, payment and any other proof is submitted, you will be issued with a tax invoice that doubles as your Booking Confirmation — you will need to check this to ensure all details are correct, including your name as it will appear as is on your Result Statement.
For single courses that require University approval, we will contact you to advise you of the decision. Where prerequisites apply, you may need to provide evidence of prerequisite satisfaction. A payment needs to be made once your application has been approved, and only then is your enrolment confirmed. You will be issued with a Tax Invoice which doubles as a Booking Confirmation — you will need to check this to ensure all details are correct, including your name as it will appear as is on your Result Statement.