29 September 2015
Need study money?
Need study money? You could be eligible for a scholarship.
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.