Sartori Memorial Scholarship
If you are commencing an engineering degree at RMIT and can demonstrate disadvantage, this scholarship could provide financial assistance for the standard duration of your program.
Not currently taking applications.
Value and duration
The scholarship pays $7000 per year for up to four years.
Number of scholarships available
To be eligible for this Scholarship you must:
- be an Australian citizen
- be commencing full time study in one of the following programs:
- Associate Degree of Engineering Technology (AD026)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics) (Honours) (BH068)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Honours) (BH070)
- have achieved excellent academic results in year 12 (or equivalent) in the previous year with either:
- an ATAR of 60 or greater for Associate degree students, or
- an ATAR of 85 or greater for Bachelor of Engineering students
- be able to demonstrated financial and/or educational disadvantage such as;
- receiving a Government tested low income benefit or having a Centrelink Health Care Card
- having a long term medical condition or disability which impacts your study
- experiencing difficult family circumstances
- will be relocating from interstate or rural/regional Victoria to study at RMIT
- were born overseas, are from a non-English speaking background and recently migrated to Australia
- are a current or former refugee
- completed your secondary education at a School Network Access Program school
- not have previously completed a program at the same level or higher, e.g. if you plan to study a Bachelor of Architectural Design, you should not have previously completed another Bachelor degree.
How to apply
Applications now closed.
This scholarship will open for application in 2020.
Applications now closed.
Terms and conditions
View the Scholarships Office’s Scholarships and Grants Terms and Conditions (PDF 464kb, 30p)
Mario G. Sartori
Mario G. Sartori migrated to Australia from Italy when he was twenty, after a childhood in Croatia. He worked as a fitter and turner, graduating to toolmaker, and later completed a Die Design course at RMIT University. Mario found great enjoyment in his career and in his retirement spent much time in his workshop making machinery and steam engine models.
Mario, like his parents before him, believed in the value of education and he encouraged others to obtain formal education and qualifications. His wife Yvonne, also an RMIT graduate, created the Sartori Memorial Scholarship as a tribute to Mario and to provide support and encouragement to Engineering students at RMIT.
Notice to applicants
The scholarship application process is highly competitive with a limited number of scholarships available. Unfortunately, not all eligible applicants will receive one.
Only successful candidates will be notified via email to their RMIT student email account.