RMIT University Vietnam is an exchange destination for students of the Faculty of Geosciences. The university in Vietnam is the Asian hub of Melbourne-based University RMIT.
No student experiences available yet.
February - June
June - October
October - February
For a more detailed overview of the academic calendar see Academic Calendar 2017.
A sufficient level of English language proficiency is required. Minimum English language requirements may differ between programs at the same study level.
You are strongly advised to check the minimum English requirements required for your preferred program. You will find programs in our Study with us section.
Areas of Business, Technology and the Creative Industries, so not in Geosciences. Please look for the course guide.
Courses are taught in English.
Yes, see Accommodation assistance.
Ho Chi Minh City
Gas, electricity & water: $25/month (depending on usage)
Internet: $15/monthly package (unlimited)
Food: 100 - 200/month
Average meal at Western restaurant: ~ $15
Vietnamese restaurant: $2-$5/dish
Street food: ~ $1/dish
Cost for transportation: bus-30 cent/ticket
Apartment rent : 200$ - 500$/ month
Utilities (including electricity, water, garbage) for 85m2 apartment: 25-40$/month
Taxi start (normal tariff): 0,5$
Internet: 15$/ package (unlimited)
Fitness club, monthly fee for 1 adult : $50
Cinema, 1 seat: $4-5
Meal for one, inexpensive restaurant : $2
Domestic beer (0,5 liter draught): $1
Imported beer(0,33 liter bottle): $2
Cappuccino (regular): $2
36 to 48 credit points (equivalent to three to four courses) is a normal full-time load per semester. Students must undertake a minimum of 36 credit points and are not permitted to exceed 48 credit points (overload). 48 credit points at RMIT usually equate to 30 ECTS (please check your home institution credit conversion).
5 semester places (2.5 full year places).
Apply in Osiris Study Abroad for RMIT Melbourne and mention Vietnam in Study Plan and Motivation.
For questions about study abroad not answered on this site, you can seek assistance from the International Office Geosciences (about language proficiency, finances, motivation etc.). For questions about study plans and exam regulations, please contact your study advisor.
The International Office is open and can be reached by telephone on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 10:30 - 11:30 and 12:30 - 14:30 (or by appointment).