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Speak to a member of the RMIT team about second round offers and find out which pathway options may be available to you.

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What happens next

Don't panic if you haven't received the offer you were hoping for.

If you missed out on a place in the first round, or are hoping for a course higher on your preference list, round two offers will be available through your VTAC account from February 7.

Check the VTAC website or speak to us for more information about key offer dates.

How do round two offers work?

Step 1
Additional places available

Following round one, VTAC runs a second round process that lets institutions make additional course offers if they have places available. However, not all courses will have vacancies available - and you still have to meet their underlying entry requirements.

Step 2
Are you eligible?

You're eligible for a second round offer if you either didn't receive an offer, or if a place becomes available for a course higher on your list of preferences.

Step 3
Changing your preferences

If you’ve changed your mind about what to study, you can change your course preferences before the second offer round - just log into your VTAC account and follow the instructions.

Step 4
Accepting your offer

Remember that receiving an offer doesn’t confirm your enrolment in a course. Make sure you follow the enrolment instructions in your offer letter or email from VTAC to officially claim your place. You can find out more information about accepting an offer from RMIT.

Step 5
Information for parents

Needs some facts to help your child make an informed decision during Change of Preference period? Call our information line on 03 9925 2260 to speak to an RMIT course specialist or use our online resources.

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Studying at RMIT is a transformative experience that will see you exposed to new people, places and ideas.

Industry connections

Graduates are equipped with world­-class technical skills as well as an in­-depth understanding of current industry practices.

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With our strong focus on international exchange we give students global opportunities to enrich their education.

Expertise in teaching

RMIT’s curriculum is designed to equip graduates with the skills and confidence to succeed in the workplace.

Speak to an expert

Speak to a member of the RMIT team about second round offers and find out which pathway options may be available to you.

Call us03 9925 2260