Scholarships and access

RMIT offers over 18 types of scholarships for female students in STEMM disciplines. Check out some of our recent recipients and future opportunities.

Scholarships with impact

Meet some of our scholarship holders at RMIT

RMIT College of Science, Engineering and Health (SEH) Women in Engineering Scholarship recipients

This scholarship is awarded to female students studying a Bachelor of Engineering program and provides $5,000 each year for up to four years.

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Niamh, Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Infrastructure)

Niamh is a recipient of the SEH Women in Engineering scholarship and is studying a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Infrastructure) which is a great mix of architecture and maths. She wants to know what is underneath structures instead of just the aesthetics. Niamh is aiming to work in geotechnical engineering to focus on the structures below-ground that support things like our public transport.

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Vanessa, Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering

Vanessa is a licensed pilot and is studying a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering. She loves the feeling of an aircraft taking off. Her SEH scholarship has allowed her to volunteer to help other RMIT students with their study and to mentoring high school students in regional Victoria.

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Alyssa, Bachelor of Advanced Manufacturing and Mechantronics Engineering

Alyssa is in her third year of a Bachelor in Mechatronics Engineering. She is amazed by the rapid advancement of 3D printing technology and she's excited by the possibilities through automation. Alyssa's SEH scholarship allows her to focus on uni and taekwondo instead of working lots of casual jobs.

Mondo Women in Geospatial Sciences Scholarship

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Kate, Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science)

Kate is studying Geospatial Science in her Bachelor of Science (Hons). In school, Kate loved geography and learnt about Geospatial Science at RMIT Open Day. She loves how cartography allows you to have creative freedom. Kate is a recipient of the Mondo Women in Geospatial Sciences Scholarship. As well as financial support, Kate is doing an internship at Mondo. She is gaining confidence and support from the guidance of female role models in her workplace.

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 If you would like to further discuss new scholarship opportunities for female students in STEMM at RMIT contact Maddy Yewers on stemm.women@rmit.edu.au

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