RMIT University’s modern architectural design accents the lively streets of Melbourne. Often considered the world’s most liveable city, participants can’t help but feel energetic in this urban campus. With an assortment of comprehensive courses, emphasizing on technology and design, and the best parts of Melbourne at your feet, you’ll find it easy to settle into your new routine. Students participating in our RMIT University program live in high quality, fully furnished student apartments a short walk from campus.
Students attending RMIT have the option to live in purpose-built student accommodation in the city, close to all the action and within walking distance to campus.
The Education Abroad Network TEAN is an approved education agent for RMIT University, for students from North America. Our team works with you start to finish through the study abroad process. You can submit an inquiry for questions about this full degree program.
About RMIT University
A degree from RMIT is recognized around the world. Choose from more than 18 undergraduate programs and turn your passions, interests and goals into a career. These international degrees equip you with theoretical knowledge, technical skills and practical experience so you are work-ready when you graduate.
Choose from internships, placements and work experience opportunities to put theory into practice alongside some of the world’s leading organizations. You’ll get the skills that directly relate to the needs of your industry, whether you’re a communication design student working with a brief from a real client, a media student working in a television studio, a business student on an internship in a leading organization, or a mechatronics engineering student building a race car.
Melbourne is a great place to live and study: it was voted the world’s most liveable city seven years in a row (2017 Economist Intelligence Unit Global Liveability Ranking).
RMIT’s city campus is in the heart of Melbourne city, surrounded by public transport, accommodation options and lots of great places to eat.View Map
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Every RMIT degree program has its own specific entry requirements. Discuss eligibility with your TEAN program advisor.
Submit an inquiry for questions regarding application deadlines and program dates.
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Fees & Inclusions
Tuition fees vary depending on your choice of degree. Tuition fees for international students are listed in the fees section of each program on the RMIT website.
health insurance fees
All international students (and their dependents) require Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their student and student dependent visas
- Academic guidance and counselling
- Application submission assistance, ongoing email enquiry support from start to finish throughout your application process
- Review of suitable degree programs
- Certification of transcripts
- Course advice
- Enrolment advice
- Support through the acceptance and commencement period
- Review of transcripts and documents
- Liaise between you and RMIT
- Advice on local area for housing etc.
What’s Not Included
- Tuition fees
- International airfare ($1,800)
- Domestic airfare in US ($500)
- Student visa ($620)
- Books ($365)
- Meals during the semester ($2,500)
- Airport transfer at the end of the semester ($50)
- Travel insurance ($350)
- Travel and personal expenses ($1,500 – 2,500+)
*Costs are estimated based on previous student experience and budget. Actual amounts will vary depending on student.
Experience the thrill of studying and living in Bangkok, Thailand’s sprawling capital city and a global hub of culture, commerce and cuisine. Though Bangkok is a major metropolis, this semester program is the least expensive of all TEAN offerings and offers students a surprisingly affordable cost of living. Study at Mahidol University International College (MUIC), the English-speaking arm of the esteemed Mahidol University, taking a variety of classes in English along with your Thai peers. Often considered the gateway to Asia, Bangkok is a great jumping off point to explore further afield in neighboring countries such as Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar and more. Of course, the incredible Thai street food, unique culture and varied landscape may have you wanting to just stick around the Land of Smiles!
Study at the first international university in Vietnam while living in the country’s vibrant, multicultural heart of Ho Chi Minh City. An Australian institution, RMIT is known for its cutting-edge technology, science and design programs that provide plenty of practical training, research and hands-on practice. The modern Vietnam campus draws students particularly interested in STEM courses, Fashion, Digital Design (like 3D animation), Business, Communications, and Hospitality and Tourism. Outside of class, you’ll become immersed in the buzzing city that blends Chinese and French Colonial influences with contemporary Vietnamese culture while living with other TEAN students in sleek serviced apartments. Explore Ho Chi Minh’s incredible food scene, experience life in the tropics, have the chance to conveniently travel further afield to the rest of Southeast Asia and more!
As China continues to grow as a world power, there’s no better way to jumpstart your career than with an internship abroad in this enigmatic country. Shanghai, China’s largest city, serves as the country’s economic hub and a major global financial center making it a sought after destination for those interning in business and economics. While expanding your skills at work, you can also broaden your horizons living abroad in a shared apartment and experiencing all that the city has to offer – from creative art complexes and massive shopping centers to mouthwatering meals and a sizzling nighttime scene. TEAN’s Internship Team will get you set up with a full-time internship placement that fits your interests and career goals while also helping you get settled in your new host country and culture with included activities, excursions and more.
Spend a semester in Singapore at Singapore Management University where you have the unique opportunity to experience the city-state’s diverse and vibrant culture while enrolling at one of Asia’s top business schools – its accounting and finance, as well as business and management programs are ranked 50th globally.
International work experience is more important than ever and one of the best ways to make the leap into working abroad is by completing an internship in Australia – a longtime leader in the health, sports and technology industries. Offering a range of internship opportunities throughout the country, TEAN works tirelessly to connect students with highly relevant placements in every trade from finance, to environmental conservation, to even sports medicine. While Sydney is a popular destination as an international business hub, other cities throughout the country also provide a variety of internships suited to meet nearly every degree or interest.
Seeking near-perfect weather, a city with a small town feel and beaches at your doorstep? Look no further than the University of Western Australia in Perth. As a large and comprehensive university, a wide spectrum of course offerings are available and the architecturally-stunning campus is minutes from the city’s Central Business District. Students can take advantage of the opportunity to reside in the campus’ residential halls where new Australian friends are ready to be met.
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