For students planning to undertake a Global Experience semester exchange; worth $10,000.
The Storey Scholarships are RMIT’s longest running scholarship program, supporting life-changing student exchange opportunities since 1955 and allowing more than 650 students to study abroad, exposing them to new ideas, cultures and opportunities.
The Storey Scholarship pays AUD $10,000 as a one-off payment.
Three scholarships are available each semester.
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
Scholarships will be awarded based on:
If you are going on exchange in Semester 1, applications are due on 20 November of the previous year.
If you are going on exchange in Semester 2, applications are due on 15 May of the same year.
Further information about John Storey Junior can be found here.
The Storey Scholarships is RMIT’s longest running scholarship program, supporting life-changing student exchange and engineering opportunities since 1955.
The Storey Scholarships have made it possible for more than 650 students to study abroad, exposing them to new ideas, cultures and opportunities. They also support high achieving students in mechanical engineering, one of John Storey Junior’s passions.
The scholarships, funded from the John Storey Junior Memorial Scholarship Fund, were donated by Sir John Storey in memory of his son, and RMIT student who passed away aged just 22.
To apply for the John Storey Junior Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering, visit the John Storey Junior Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering scholarship webpage.
Watch the Support the Story Scholarships video on YouTube to learn more about the huge impact Storey Scholarships have had on RMIT students.
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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