Single courses are subjects from degree programs that are available for you to study even if you’re not enrolled as a university student. You take the same classes and complete the same assessment tasks as enrolled RMIT University students.
A single course could be ideal for you if you wish to:
- gain experience as a university student
- check if you really like the subject matter before committing to a degree
- undertake a single course to complement your degree
- obtain credits or exemptions when applying or reapplying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree (after successfully completing a relevant single course) — not applicable to all single courses.
Browse the range of Semester 1 2017 single courses .
What Else do I Need to Know?
- Some courses have prerequisites. Please ensure you satisfy these prerequisites prior to applying.
- Some courses require approval from RMIT University before your application can be finalised. This step in the application process is handled by RMIT Training and is based on information provided at the time of application.
- International applicants must have a visa valid for the duration of the single course. Enrolling in a single course will not make you eligible for a student visa.
- RMIT international students are not eligible to enrol in single courses offered through RMIT Training. Please verify your enrolment process with your RMIT University School.
- If you are a current local RMIT student you must submit written approval from your RMIT University School.
- On request supporting documentation must be supplied including evidence of satisfaction of prerequisites and evidence of current visa or residency status.
- On completion of a single course, RMIT Training will issue a result statement confirming your achievement.
- Applications will not be processed unless all required information and full payment is provided.
How to Enrol
To find out more about the enrolment process for single courses visit the how to enrolpage.
To view the single courses terms and conditions visit our frequently asked questionspage.
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