RMIT University

The Royal Melbourne University of Technology (RMIT) was set up in 1887. It has attained international recognition for its vocational, professional and research courses. 
The RMIT enrolls 87,000 students every year out of which 34,340 are international students. Such huge numbers are possible because of the multiple campuses that the university maintains. Several courses are offered but the ones which make the university a specialist are research programs and art and design subjects.
The alumni network of the university comprises of more than 437,000 graduates. Some of the notable names are Jim Stynes(popular charity worker), James Wan (director and writer); Lydia Lassila(Australia’s winter Olympic gold-medalist), Charles Billich (artist) and Felix Colgrave (Animator).

Location: Melbourne (18 km away from Melbourne Airport)
Connectivity: Through car/public transport (including bus and rail)
Campuses: Six (Three in Australia, Two in Vietnam and one in Spain): Melbourne city campus,Bundoora campus, Brunswick campus, Ho Chi Minh city campus, Hanoi campus and RMIT Europe.
Courses: ArchitectureBusiness, Management, Computer science, Mathematics, Education, Engineering, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, Media and Creative Arts, Science
Average Tuition fee: 
Between INR 19 to 23 Lakh/year OrBetween 34,850 to 42,190 Australian dollars annually

Times Ranking: 401-500th

Entry requirements: 

  1. A-levels/International Baccalaureate (IB)
  2. Standard XII Higher Secondary School Certificates or equivalent
  3. English language requirements: IELTS/TOEFL iBT