The learning experience at RMIT will continue to be blended, so you can learn flexibly through digital content, enjoy many opportunities to interact with others and experience the amazing specialist equipment and spaces that RMIT has to offer.
Digital learning will be a core part of every student’s experience at RMIT. This may be in the form of readings, videos or other kinds of learning materials that you can access on demand via Canvas as you learn at your own pace.
You’ll also have lots of opportunities to have meaningful interactions with your teachers and fellow students via face-to-face timetabled classes such as lectorials, tutorials, practicals and workshops. Your assessments will be authentic, practical and relevant to your future work. There will be no face-to-face exams unless there is a professional accreditation requirement in your program.
As we continue to be disrupted by COVID-19, where necessary, some courses and programs will still have online class options so that students unable to come to campus can keep learning. If government advice no longer allows learning activities to take place on campus, you will also continue learning online or be offered an alternative option appropriate for your course.