Melbourne Institute of Technology, with assistance from the Federal Government, is able to offer Undergraduate and Graduate certificate courses in the areas of national priority. MIT has waived student contributions for a limited time, which means these courses are free for eligible students.
These courses are delivered 100% online for one trimester so that you can study anywhere, anytime.
To apply for one of these free courses, you must apply by Friday 12th March for March intake 2021 and Friday 2nd July 2021 for July intake. Students must complete the course by December 2021 to be eligible for the free course.
For information about the Higher Education Relief Package, visit Study Assist.
Free Certificate degree gives more Australian the chance to study at higher education short courses. Eligible students do not pay tuition fees or student contribution amount for a range of short online qualifications.
MIT is offering training people for priority jobs that are in-demand and creating opportunities for individuals to re-skill in industries that are most likely to be in-demand in the post-COVID-19 economy.
If you’ve lost your job or experienced reduced hours due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you might be eligible for a Free Certificate course.
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These programs are not available for International students intending to study on a student visa.
MIT considers you a domestic student if you are:
If you are unsure or hold a different visa type, contact us at 1800 648 669 or email@example.com.