RMIT English Language Bursary for Latin American students

If you are a citizen of a Latin American country this bursary provides a 25 per cent discount on your ELICOS program.

Value and duration

  • 25% of the total program fee for an ELICOS program commencing in 2019 (you pay $332.25 per week after discount) or in 2020 (you pay $352.50 per week after the discount).
  • Enrolment fee of $250 to be waived.
     

Number of scholarships available

Fifty (50) bursaries, comprising of a 25% discount on a 10 week ELICOS program, are available. Students may apply and be awarded the bursary for more than 10 weeks.

Eligibility

In order to qualify for this scholarship you must:

  • be a citizen of Latin America countries
  • applying from Australia or overseas
  • enrol in an English for Academic Purposes program at RMIT English Worldwide commencing either in 2019 or 2020
  • not be the recipient of any other English Language scholarship (including external scholarships)
  • be a commencing RMIT English Worldwide student (including extending your program in Australia).
     

How to apply

  1. Select an eligible program.
  2. Submit an application to study at RMIT.
  3. Your offer will be issued with the discount applied (subject to availability)
     

Open date

Applications now open for 2019 and 2020

Closing date

Until December 2020 (or until all places are filled).

Terms and conditions

  • The bursary will be paid towards the tuition fees of the ELICOS program.
  • This bursary cannot be deferred to another year and must be taken up in either 2019 or 2020.
  • RMIT has the authority to cease offering this discount at any time.
  • RMIT International may profile scholarship recipients.
  • Successful applicants will be notified; unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted.
     

Contact

Online: Make an enquiry

Phone: (+61 3) 9925 2260

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