13 June 2014
International Education Student Awards
There are 140,000 international student enrolments in Victoria each year. Stand out from the crowd and grab a scholarship.
If you are you an inspirational international student who excels academically and contributes actively to your community you could win a scholarship of up to $10,000 from the Victorian government.
The Victorian government is looking to recognise international students with excellent academic achievement and significant contribution to their community. If this sounds like your study experience in Australia, let your hard work be known and represent RMIT in the International Education Student Awards.
There are four award categories for students in English training, vocational, higher education and research programs. If you enter any of these categories, you will also automatically be in the running for the Premier’s Victorian International Student of the Year Award.
Last year, RMIT’s doctoral researchers Peng Zhang and Khalid Hossain were nominated for the International Student of the Year Award. Will 2014 be your year?
Submissions open on 9 July 2014. Winners will be announced on 11 September 2014.
For more information, go to International Education Student Awards.