Donald Cant Watts Corke Scholarship

For construction and project management students who can demonstrate disadvantage; worth $7,500.

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The Donald Cant Watts Corke Scholarship provides up to $7,500 for one year.

To be eligible for this scholarship you must:

  • be an Australian citizen or New Zealand citizen, Australian permanent resident or permanent humanitarian visa holder
  • be enrolled full-time in semesters 1 and 2 in 2022 in:
  • be able to demonstrate financial and/or educational disadvantage such as:
    • receiving a government tested low income benefit or having a Centrelink Health Care Card
    • having a long-term medical condition or disability which impacts your study
    • have previously/are currently living in foster/kinship care or are a ward of the state
    • experiencing difficult family/social circumstances
    • have relocated, or will be relocating from interstate or rural/regional Victoria to study at RMIT
    • were born overseas, are from a non-English speaking background, and recently migrated to Australia
    • are a current or former refugee
    • completed your secondary education at a School Network Access Program school
  • not have completed the same level of program or higher, e.g. if you are studying a Bachelor of Applied Science (Construction Management), you should not have previously completed another bachelor degree
  • be available for an interview if shortlisted.

The online application form will be made available here when applications open.

Supporting documentation

Depending on your circumstances, you will need to provide different types of evidence and material to support your scholarship application. Applications without supporting documents will not be considered.

Please visit Supporting documentation for more information.

Application questions

It is expected that the online application will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. The main application questions are listed below to allow you time to prepare your answers prior to starting the online application.

  • Discuss your passion for studying in your chosen field, including the steps you have taken to achieve your educational goals.
  • What are your future plans and career aspirations?
  • How do you intend to use this scholarship and how it will assist you to achieve academic success?
  • Discuss any difficult circumstances you have faced that have affected your education.
  • Discuss an outstanding result you have achieved in your life, how it felt achieving it and what you have learned from it that you carry with you.

Find out more about applying for scholarships.

Applications now closed.

Applications now closed.

View the Coursework Scholarships Office’s terms and conditions.

Donald Cant Watts Corke would appreciate the recipient's agreement to participate in industry events over the course of the year and to be video interviewed so that the scholarship can be promoted, including to future applicants.

Established in 1966, Donald Cant Watts Corke (DCWC) is an Australian based firm providing quantity surveying and cost management services throughout Australia. DCWC specialises in quantity surveying, development, project and asset management, engineering services, strategic development and infrastructure projects.

DCWC supports the continued growth and development of diversity across our business. We strongly encourage applicants from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds to apply.

Watch the Donald Cant Watts Corke Scholarship Interview on YouTube.

Find out how to contact the Coursework Scholarships Office.

Notice to applicants

The scholarship application process is highly competitive with a limited number of scholarships available. Unfortunately, not all eligible applicants will receive one.

Only successful candidates will be notified via email to their RMIT student account.

For information about other financial assistance available to RMIT students, please speak to one of our Student Welfare Advisors.

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