RMIT Vietnam News2012 Undergraduate Scholarship Program at RMIT Vietnam

2012 Undergraduate Scholarship Program at RMIT Vietnam

Sunday, July 15, 2012 - 14:44

RMIT International University Vietnam is pleased to announce a range of full scholarships for entry into undergraduate programs in 2012.

Scholarships are offered in all fields of undergraduate studies at RMIT University Vietnam including business, technology, design and communication at both Hanoi and Saigon South campuses.

This award of scholarships is to recognise outstanding academic achievements of recent high school graduates, both Vietnamese and international, and current students who have accomplished at least 20 weeks or more of successful study at RMIT University Vietnam. Along with exceptional academic performance, students will also be assessed on their leadership and community skills to date for the scholarship eligibility.

Through this annual scholarship program, RMIT University Vietnam aims to reinforce the university's ongoing commitment to fostering the professional and community leaders of the future. Now in its twelfth year, the program has nurtured academic excellence in different fields with a total of nearly 600 scholarships worth more than 90 billion VND.

"We are very pleased that RMIT University Vietnam could contribute to continuous regional development in Vietnam and elsewhere with more scholarships given to students from diverse backgrounds," says RMIT University Vietnam President Professor Merilyn Liddell.

"We hope that with RMIT University Vietnam's financial support and mentorship resources, students will be able to reach new heights in their chosen fields of endeavour."

Fully completed application packages must be received by RMIT University Vietnam before 5pm, Monday 18 June 2012. Selection results are expected to be available on 1 August 2012.

Information sessions on the scholarship program will be held on 26 and 27 May 2012 at Hanoi and Saigon South campus respectively.

For more information about this scholarship program, please click on this link.