RMIT University has three campus areas in and around Melbourne. The main campus being in the Central Business District (DBD) of Melbourne.
Finding accommodation is always a great concern for international students but finding accommodation in Melbourne is not very hard. If you are looking for private accommodation however, we advice you not to pay for anything before you've seen the place. A good idea is to arrive to Melbourne one or two weeks before your courses begin and go hunting.
Also, RMIT can help you find student accommodation in Melbourne and helps to organize:
Most European students prefer to find private accommodation with other students.
RMIT University is known for its urban presence, and it’s main city campus forms a significant part of the central Melbourne citiscape.
RMIT Village is student accommodation and housing in Melbourne.
In addition, RMIT has campuses for specialized fields of study:
The University also offers sports and recreation opportunities with the aim to make a difference and to enhance the atmosphere of the RMIT community through team and individual sports, recreation activities and student clubs.
You can join a club or society, get a free weekly breakfast or take part in our walking tours, fitness classes, markets, cinema screenings and live music events when classes are over for the day. There’s something for everyone at RMIT. Within reach you will find plenty of cheap and healthy food and drink outlets offering breakfast, lunch, coffee, snacks and drinks. You’ll also be in walking distance to hundreds of local restaurants and cafes, Melbourne Central and QV food courts and the famous Queen Victoria Market.
Melbourne has a well-developed transportation system consisting of buses, trains and trams. All RMIT campuses lie close to public transportation. The City campus is the closest to the main bus, train and tram lines. Melbourne is a well-structured city and it is easy to get around by car.