You can help transform the future by giving to education at RMIT.
Education is transformative for individuals, communities and even nations.
A tertiary education can transform the lives of students, giving them the opportunity to access knowledge and pursue their passion. It also gives them the chance to make their own positive impact on the world.
Education also helps transform communities by providing essential skills, opening doors to innovation and helping to develop technology for the future.
And through research and innovation, education has the power to transform the future for generations to come.
RMIT will match your donation to scholarships
Your donations to scholarships will not only help students access education or conduct ground breaking research, but gives them the opportunity to make their own positive impact on the world.
That’s why RMIT will match your donation to the new Scholarship Philanthropy Fund, with up to $10 million in endowment funding to the end of 2015, or until all funds are allocated.
You can donate online to the equity scholarships fund that supports disadvantaged undergraduate students. 100% of your donation goes directly to students – there are no administrative fees. Donations over $2 are tax deductible in Australia.
Or if you would like to establish your own scholarship, leave a bequest, donate to research or other programs, contact us to talk about how you’d like to make an impact.
See how donations are changing lives and transforming the future
A young leader in the making A young leader in the making
" The scholarship has spurred me on to achieve in both my education and my future career, while also allowing me to put more back into the community.”"
Madeleine Buchner applied for a degree in Marketing at RMIT to help her grow the charity she established. She found not only the ideal course, but also the support she needed.
The road to higher education The road to higher education
"With financial support I can really focus on getting a higher qualification.""
Gavan Chan has always been interested in technology so it was an easy decision to study computer science at RMIT. What wasn’t an easy decision was whether to attend university at all.
Staff giving Staff giving
Find out why RMIT staff choose to support scholarships.