Welcome to RMIT. To secure your place, you need to enrol online by following this step by step guide. If you prepare your documents first, and follow each step in this guide, enrolment will be much easier.
It might take a couple of days to complete your enrolment - this is because RMIT may need to contact you to validate your citizenship documents and ask you a few questions before you can continue to enrol in classes.
Your patience and persistence will be rewarded when you cross the finish line and become an RMIT student! So, let’s get started.
Complete the online Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment
If you are enrolling into a government subsidised place, you must complete an online English and maths assessment as soon as possible before you can enrol. To find out if you're in a government subsidised place or a full fee place, check your RMIT offer or enrolment email.
If you have completed the RMIT LLN assessment within the past 2 years, you do not need to complete it again.
Your LLN result will be used to:
help RMIT identify your educational support needs, and
Create your Unique Student Identifier (USI)
It’s a government requirement that you have a USI to enrol in a vocational education program. The USI is a reference number that will give you access to an online record of all of your recognised training and qualifications.
You’ll need your ID ready, such as a current passport, full birth certificate or driver’s license.
Once you’ve created your USI, make a note of it as you’ll need to provide it as part of the enrolment process.
If you’re enrolling into a government subsidised place, you will be asked to answer some questions to:
make sure that the program you are enrolling in is the most suitable qualification for you
determine if you will need any support during your studies. If applicable, you will receive an email providing links to support resources.
These questions are simple and straight-forward as they relate to your previous education, career goals, access to technology and any special needs that you may have.
You may need to wait until a staff member has reviewed this information before being able to enrol in classes. In some cases, an RMIT staff member may call you to discuss your reasons for undertaking the program to ensure this is the most suitable and appropriate program for you. This review may take up to 2 business days.
If you have a current passport or citizenship certificate, you can complete this step instantly when you enrol. If you use other documentation, you will be asked to email a scanned copy or photo of your document using your RMIT student email account.
You will receive an email when you can continue to enrol - usually this will take up to 48 hours, but it may take longer during our busiest times.
If you don’t yet have your concession card, you can skip this step and complete it later by selecting ‘Apply for fee concession’ from the My student record page. You must apply before your class start date to access the concession fee rate.
If you are the named concession card holder
Complete the form in Enrolment Online. You will need your concession card and your Customer Reference Number (CRN) or Veterans’ Affairs Reference Number (VRN).
You will be notified immediately of your eligibility for a fee concession and can then proceed to Step 9.
If you are listed as a child or dependant on the concession card
Now you’re enrolled, it's time to enjoy the benefits of being an RMIT student! Find out how to get your student card, access your student email account, download your transport concession form plus more.