Singapore Institute of Management (SIM): Inter-location Study

Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) students have the opportunity to study one semester at RMIT Melbourne as an Inter-location mobility student.

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SIM Inter-Location Students at RMIT University Melbourne

Inter-location mobility is the recommended mobility option for SIM students seeking to take core modules in a different location. It is a fantastic opportunity to study overseas in Australia and immerse yourself in a new culture.

SIM students who wish to transfer to RMIT Melbourne (Change to Melbourne Campus) should contact the International Admissions Helpdesk.

Eligibility

Places are limited and are awarded based on academic merit.

To be eligible you must:

  • be enrolled in one of the following programs:
    • BP254 Bachelor of Business (Accountancy)
    • BP251 Bachelor of Business (Economics and Finance)
    • BP255 Bachelor of Business (Logistics & Supply Chain Management)
    • BP217 Bachelor of Business (Management)
    • BP252 Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • be in your final year as per SIM requirement
  • have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 out of 4, or 60% average.

Recommended courses

The College of Business at RMIT Melbourne recommends these courses for SIM students (PDF 24KB 1p). You will need to list the courses that meet your program requirements in your Expression of Interest.

Students from the Bachelor of Business (Management), please note that there are some course changes since the course mapping above was created. Refer to the program structure of the Bachelor of Business (Management) program under ‘Year Three of Program’ for the list of the new courses.

Information Session

Information sessions will be conducted at SIM for students interested in participating in the Inter-location mobility program with RMIT Melbourne.

Information sessions will be held in:

January/February (for those wanting to study in Melbourne semester 2)

July/August (for those wanting to study in Melbourne semester 1)

Please email students@sim.edu.sg for details.

How to apply

Step 1: Submit your Expression of Interest by:

  • 30 August to study in Melbourne semester 1
  • 1 March to study in Melbourne semester 2

You will need to include your current GPA. To find your GPA, log in to myRMIT and select the 'Enrolment online' link. Select the 'My student record' button and under 'Enrolment details' select 'View academic history/results'.

Step 2: RMIT Melbourne will email the most eligible applicants instructions on how to submit an online application.

Step 3: If your application is successful, we will email you an offer letter.

Step 4: Accept your offer and pay for Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). OSHC is an Australian immigration requirement for students on a student visa.

Step 5: Once RMIT has received your offer we will email you an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) document. You will need this to apply for a student visa.

Step 6: Apply for a student visa with the eCOE. For more information, refer to the Student visas and Australian Immigration websites.

Step 7: Plan your arrival. Visit the Moving to Melbourne section of the RMIT students site where you will find information on accommodation, arranging an airport pick up and other helpful topics.

Step 8: Enrol online. We will provide you with instructions on how to enrol in your courses at RMIT Melbourne closer to your start date.

Step 9: Attend the RMIT Global Mobility Orientation at the beginning of the semester.

Important dates

 

Semester 1 (February – June)

Semester 2 (July – December)

Information session at SIM

End July - Early August

End January - Mid February

Expression of interest deadline

30 August

1 March

Invitation to apply online sent

Mid September

Mid March

Official offers sent

Early October

Early April

eCOE sent

Within five working days of receiving your acceptance 

Within five working days of receiving your acceptance 

Global Mobility Orientation (attendance is compulsory)

Mid February  

(the exact date will be advised in your offer)

Mid July

(the exact date will be advised in your offer)

Semester teaching period

Refer to the academic calendar 

Refer to the academic calendar

Contact:

Singapore Institute of Management (SIM)

Email: students@sim.edu.sg

Phone: +(65) 6248 9393

RMIT Melbourne:

Email: global.mobility@rmit.edu.au

Phone: +(61) 3 9925 3947