Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a humanitarian visa; have a permanent address located within Victoria; be commencing full-time study at RMIT in the Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiations) Nuclear Medicine stream; have applied for the Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiations) through VTAC having met the selection criteria for the program; submit a Supplementary Information Form to the School of Medical Sciences at RMIT as a part of the VTAC application; and have completed year 12 in the previous year with an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of greater than 85.
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Applicants must: be Australian citizens; be aged 26 or under as of the 01 January 2016; have either within the last two years: completed Year 12 in Australia with an Australian tertiary admission rank (ATAR) of 65, or are progressing from a relevant vocational education program (e.g. a diploma or advanced diploma) or bridging secondary program with a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or greater; and be commencing full time study in one of the approved programs at RMIT University.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents; be enrolled in the first year of a government-supported diploma, degree, honours or postgraduate coursework program; be studying full-time; not have previously completed an equivalent qualification; be relocating from interstate or a Victorian rural/regional area to study at a Melbourne RMIT campus; be able to demonstrate financial difficulties and educational disadvantage; and not have previously been enrolled at RMIT.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens; be full-time commencing or continuing students in an undergraduate or full-time TAFE program in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT; be able to demonstrate financial difficulties and/or educational disadvantage; have good academic standing; and have paid all fees and have no outstanding debt to the University.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents; be enrolled in a full-time program of at least 1 year duration (certificate IV, diploma, bachelor degree, honours or postgraduate coursework); demonstrate financial or educational disadvantage; and not be completing or have previously completed the same or higher level of program. Vocational education students must be enrolled in a government-funded program (excluding apprenticeship and traineeship programs).
Applicants must: be vocational, undergraduate or postgraduate (coursework) RMIT students at a Melbourne campus; have submitted an exchange or study abroad application to Education Abroad Office (EAO) by the due dates (the grant will only be paid when the enrolment/participation has been confirmed); have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0; and be enrolled at RMIT at the time of application. The outbound mobility activity for which an RMIT Student Mobility Grant application is submitted must be approved by RMIT as part of a student’s RMIT program, including credit or non-credit bearing international activities. RIIERP students and those who have previously received a travel grant from RMIT Education Abroad Office are not eligible to apply. There are no restrictions on citizenship.