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Important Notice – July 2020 intake.

To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff and in response to State and Commonwealth
government coronavirus (COVID-19) advice, from 22 March 2020 RMIT suspended all face-to-face learning
and face-to-face teaching activities on its Australian campuses until further notice. This means that
some or all of your program will be delivered to you online via RMIT’s online learning environments.

The above does not apply to the following programs:

    - Research programs (Masters Degree by Research and Doctor of Philosophy)
    - Study Abroad and Exchange
    - Victorian Certicate of Education (VCE) Years 11 and 12

Important fee information:

  • For full-time students, the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) for 2018 is $298 and is subject to annual Australian Federal Government indexation. This fee will be applicable to international students from 2018. Please refer to for details.
  • The program and fees information applies to students commencing programs between 1 January and 31 December of selected academic year.
  • All fees are quoted in Australian dollars ($AUD) and apply to RMIT University’s Australian campuses only.
  • Fees are held constant for each calendar year and RMIT may increase the fees by an amount that will not exceed 7.5% each year (subject to rounding). For Higher Education fees, tuition fees are rounded up to the nearest $10.00 per credit point increment, and so the actual fee increase may exceed 7.5%. Similarly, for VET/TAFE students the program annual fees are rounded to the nearest $250, and so the actual fee increase may exceed 7.5%.
  • Fee increases are applied at the beginning of each calendar year; therefore commencing mid year students will find that the total cost of their program will be slightly higher than if they had commenced in February.
  • Fees are invoiced on a semester basis based on the enrolled load for that particular semester except for the following two sectors:
    • English Language - Fees are charged at a weekly rate
    • Foundation Studies and Victorian Certificate of Education are charged a flat semester fee.

Australian sanctions laws

RMIT University is subject to Australian sanctions laws that may affect your eligibility to enrol in particular programs. Applicants from sanctioned countries are encouraged to apply early and allow additional time for their application to be processed. For more information about Australian sanctions laws, including a list of sanctioned countries, please visit the Department Foreign Affairs and Trade.