Science Engineering and Health scholarships for Taiwanese students

This scholarship is open for international students undertaking a select degree at RMIT’s College of Science, Engineering and Health, this scholarship can contribute towards your tuition fees.

Value and duration

The total value of the scholarship is AU$15,000, paid in the first semester of the first year.

Number of scholarships available

One (1) scholarship is available.

Eligibility

In order to qualify for this scholarship, you must:

  • be a citizen of Taiwan
  • be applying from Taiwan
  • achieve a Credit average in your highest level of education award
  • enrol for Semester 1, 2020 in a diploma, advance diploma, associate degree or bachelors degree offered by one of the following RMIT School:

Open date

Applications are now open.

Closing date

15 January 2020.

How to apply

  1. Select an eligible program
  2. Submit an application to study at RMIT.
  3. Receive an offer letter to study at RMIT for 2020
  4. Submit an application form for this scholarship.
     

Terms and conditions

  • Scholarships are only available for programs offered by the College of Science Engineering and Health.
  • This scholarship cannot be deferred to another year and must be taken up in 2020.
  • RMIT International may profile scholarship recipients.
  • Applicants with a conditional offer will need to meet the conditions of their offer before they can be awarded the scholarship.
  • Scholarship selection is based on academic merit.
  • Successful applicants will be notified; unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted.
  • Applicants should not be in receipt of any other scholarship covering tuition fees (applicants currently in receipt of a scholarship loan may be considered).
     

For full terms and conditions please view the International Scholarships Terms and Conditions.

Contact

Online: Make an enquiry

Phone: (+61 3) 9925 2260

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