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Study programs at RMIT University

At RMIT you can study a bachelor, graduate (master) and a semester or two as a Study Abroad student.

RMIT is divided into the academic areas; Business, Design and Social, Science, Engineering and Health. They contain about 25 academic schools that offer both Study Abroad, Bachelor and Masters programs.

College of Business

  • School of Accounting
  • School of Business IT and Logistics
  • Business TAFE School
  • School of Economics, Finance and Marketing
  • Graduate School of Business and Law
  • School of Management

College of Design and Social Context

  • School of Architecture and Design
  • School of Art
  • School of Education
  • School of Fashion and Textiles
  • School of Global, Urban and Social Studies
  • School of Media and Communication
  • School of Property, Construction and Project Management

College of Science, Engineering and Health

  • School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
  • School of Applied Sciences
  • School of Civil, Environmental and Chemical Engineering
  • School of Computer Science and Information Technology
  • School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • School of Engineering (TAFE)
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of Life and Physical Sciences
  • School of Mathematical and Geospatial Science
  • School of Medical Sciences

Courses at RMIT for Study Abroad students

You can design your own Study abroad program by selecting courses from cross any of RMIT's disciplines, as long as you have the necessary prerequisites. RMIT offers undergraduate and master/postgraduate degrees. The majority of students on undergraduate degrees choose courses from undergraduate programs and the same goes for master/postgraduate students. However, it may be possible in some circumstances for undergraduate students to choose some postgraduate courses.

There are also courses that are only for Study abroad students which give students an insight into Australian culture and society.

Scholarship information

A number of scholarships are made available to international students every year for both coursework and research programs. Read more about available scholarships at RMIT for International students

Academic Year

The year is divided in two semester that begin in February and July.

Field of study

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