18 October 2016
Are you eligible for a coursework scholarship?
You could be eligible for a scholarship worth up to $7500 without knowing it!
An RMIT coursework scholarship could help you break through financial or educational disadvantage, reward hard work and academic merit, or explore your leadership potential.
If you will be enrolled full time in a vocational education, undergraduate or postgraduate by coursework program in 2017, you may be eligible to apply for one of the following:
- $7500 George Alexander Foundation Scholarship – for high-achieving students who are active in their community and can demonstrate leadership potential
- Inder Kaur Scholarship (up to $7000) – for female degree students who can demonstrate financial or educational disadvantage
- $7000 Jack Ward Scholarship – for degree students with a GPA to date of 3.0 or higher who can demonstrate financial and educational disadvantage
- $5000 Northcote Trust Scholarship – for students who are progressing, or have progressed, from an RMIT diploma to a degree program in a similar field and can demonstrate disadvantage
- RMIT Equity Travel Grant (up to $4000) – for students who wish to undertake an international mobility activity in 2017 for credit in their program and can demonstrate financial disadvantage
- $2500 RMIT Study Support Scholarship – for students who can demonstrate financial or educational disadvantage
- Rural Grant (up to $5000) – for diploma and degree students from a farming background
- $7000 Sam and Nina Narodowski Undergraduate Scholarship – for diploma and degree students who are current or former refugees, or from a non-English-speaking background and have migrated to Australia in the past 10 years.
Applications close at 4pm on Friday 18 November 2016.
For more information, including how to apply, visit Scholarships open this month.