At RMIT we value diversity which is why we’ve created a number of ways to help you qualify for our programs and get you to where you want to go. These different pathways take into account prior work experience and study and include:
- Year 11 and 12 students can complete VCE while in paid part-time employment, completing a nationally-recognised VET qualification in our School-based apprenticeship and traineeship program.
- If you’ve had interrupted or disadvantaged access to education, equity access might be for you.
- Our Foundation Studies program for international students helps you prepare and qualify for study in Australia through RMIT International College
- For a great way to complete your secondary schooling, consider our VCE and VCE for adults program.
- VET Pathways for Secondary Schools lets you start a VET qualification while still completing your VCE.
Getting your skills, knowledge recognised
Did you know prior study or work experience can reduce your program’s duration and fees? Recognition of previous study or work experience can be called pathways, articulation, credit transfer, mutual recognition, recognition of current competencies or admission with advanced standing.
Recognition works in two ways:
- Completed or partly completed TAFE qualifications can be credited towards a degree or other TAFE program
- Partly completed degrees can be credited to a TAFE program.
Find out more about credit transfer and recognition of prior learning.