RMIT University (RMIT)
CRICOS Provider IDs: 00122A
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Economics for undergraduate students
Toughness to get in
|CSP places||Domestic full-fee places|
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What's the cost?
|Approximate CSP rate:||$9,425|
|Average International fee:||$73,920|
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Who studies Economics at RMIT
|Domestic full-fee students||N/A||113|
|Non-English speaking students||N/A||42%|
|Part time students||N/A||87%|
|External or mixed mode students||N/A||3%|
What happens to graduates after graduation
|RMIT||Compared with other Australian institutions||All Australian graduates|
|Go on to further study||N/A||30%|
|Working in the public sector||N/A||17%|
|Working in private industry||N/A||59%|
|Working in private practice||N/A||14%|
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