If you are living with a disability, long-term illness and/or mental-health condition and want to apply to RMIT, take the following steps.
Step 1: Check out the RMIT programs that interest you
Equity access consideration can be applied to certificate IV, diploma, advanced diploma, associate degree and degree programs.
Discover programs in the disciplines that interest you or contact Info Corner to learn more.
Step 2: Apply for programs
Step 3: Apply for equity consideration
Apply and choose Category 4: Disability or medical condition.
Equity access scheme
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Apply online for RMIT Access as part of your online direct application.
14 August 2016
1 December 2016*
* Note: RMIT Access applications will continue to be accepted after the closing date if your program is still accepting applications. However, you are strongly encouraged to lodge your application by the deadline to avoid missing out.
Step 4: Apply for scholarships
Step 5: Visit RMIT’s Disability Liaison Unit website
Find out about the range and types of assistance the Disability Liaison Unit can offer you and start planning your transition to tertiary study now.
Step 6: Get a head start with study and learning advice before your program starts
- Attend a free workshop or download online learning resources to assist you with preparing for university life, improve your study, writing and math skills.
- Book into a Study workshop
- Download online resources
Get the most out of your studies
Our Disability Liaison Unit is ready to assist you as you commence classes and as your study requirements change.
RMIT’s Disability Liaison Unit assists students with:
- neurological conditions
- sensory disabilities
- medical conditions
- mental-health conditions
- physical disabilities.
Adaptive technologies, enabling staff, as well as inclusive curricula are some of the resources that can support your success at RMIT.
Hear about other students’ experiences at: Transition stories.
It’s never too early to start planning your transition to tertiary study so follow the links or contact RMIT to get started.