About the Program
FCU-RMIT Undergraduate 2+2 Program in Business and Innovation is a featured program offering students opportunities to explore their interests before choosing their specialization in Business.
#1 in Australia in QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2022.
#7 globally in the 2023 Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.
#140 (and #11 in Australia) in QS World University Rankings 2024.
RMIT University is located in Melbourne, which was top of the world's most livable cities for five consecutive years.
Students spend their first two years at FCU, where they study core courses, and fulfill GPA and English proficiency requirements. In year 3 and 4, students study at RMIT. Upon completion of the program, students receive degrees from both universities.
At RMIT, Students will be free to choose one major from the following: Economics, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Business Information Systems, Global Business, Logistics and Supply Chain, Management and Change, Marketing, Financial Planning, Blockchain Enabled Business, Business and Technology, People and Organization, Innovation and Enterprise, Social Impact.
The graduation criteria are as followed:
1. In the first two years in Feng Chia University, students must have:
(1) Accumulate a GPA of at least 2.8.
(2) Pass all compulsory subjects.
(3) TOEFL iBT overall score 79 (with minimum score of 13 in Reading, 12 in Listening, 18 in Speaking and 21 in Writing), or IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0), or other English language proficiency tests acknowledged by RMIT.
Upon successful completion of the criteria above, students can study in RMIT in the 3rd and 4th year,
2. Students should be awarded Bachelor of Business from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology before being awarded the degree from Feng Chia University.
3. Upon successful completion of all program requirements, students will be awarded the following degrees:
(1) Feng Chia University Bachelor of Business Administration
(2) Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Bachelor of Business
Students can graduate one semester early, with only 3.5 years of study to get two bachelor's degrees.
Students can have a chance to apply post-study work stream (PSW) if they study at least two years in Australia.
The FCU-RMIT Undergraduate 2+2 Program in Business and Innovation is a unique program that offers students a chance to build skills for the global market. It provides students with a solid business education and a series of well-designed modules in the field of business. The aim of this program is to nurture business professionals and global leaders through a world-class education.
FCU-RMIT 2+2 Program prepares students to approach the challenges facing industry both now and in the future, with a practical, innovative and entrepreneurial approach. In a globalized market, having bilingual proficiency, international outlook and a mindset for diversity holds keys to success. In their first two years at FCU, students will acquire core business knowledge and incorporate their knowledge and skills in ISTM’s featured courses, “Innovation Project” and “Innovation Management” where students develop skills in teamwork and project management and the capacity for innovation. At RMIT, students work collaboratively with peers from other business disciplines to develop solutions for real-life industry challenges with RMIT local and international industry partners.
RMIT offers students a variety of career support programs including :
RMIT CareerHub can help students find a job, internship or graduate positions.
The Jobs on Campus program offers students the opportunity to apply for jobs available at RMIT.
The 3Cs (Cross Cultural Communication) program helps first-year international students develop key skills for job-seeking and working in Australia.
Post-Study Work Rights :
After students complete a Bachelor degree, Masters or PhD in Australia, they may be eligible for a Temporary Graduate Visa (Post-Study Work Stream) that allows them to remain in Australia and work for two years, and in some cases longer.
The International Student Careers portal helps students find graduate work in the Asia-Pacific region. The Portal lists graduate roles available exclusively to RMIT’s Asian and South-East Asian international students.
The Careers Toolkit lists other global employment opportunities from over 50 countries along with advice on working internationally.