29 September 2015

Need study money?

An RMIT scholarship could help you break through financial, geographic and social barriers to success, or reward you for your hard work and excellent academic results.

If you’re a commencing or continuing RMIT student in a vocational education, undergraduate or postgraduate by coursework program, you could be eligible for one of the following scholarships:

  • RMIT Study Support Scholarship – $2500 if you’re financially and educationally disadvantaged
  • RMIT Equity Travel Grant – up to $4000 if you’re studying overseas as part of your program in 2016
  • Jack Ward Scholarship – $7000 if you're a financially or educationally disadvantaged 2nd–5th-year student with a GPA of 3.0 or greater
  • George Alexander Foundation Scholarship ($7500) – if you are high achieving, demonstrate leadership ability and contribute to your community
  • Northcote Trust Scholarship ($5000) – if you are financially/educationally disadvantaged, will be in the second year of your diploma in 2016 and transitioning to a degree in 2017, or have already progressed from a diploma to a degree
  • Orcadia Foundation Scholarship – up to $7000 if you’ve migrated to Australia within the last 10 years, come from a refugee or non-English-speaking background and are financially or educationally disadvantaged.

For the full list of 2016 scholarships available, eligibility criteria and information about how to apply, visit RMIT Scholarships.

Remember: applications close 4pm, 20 November 2015.

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