Communication Scholarship

Applications open

4 January 2022

Applications close

5pm, 8 July 2022


50% of undergraduate program tuition fees

Number of scholarships


Outcomes release

30 September 2022


The scholarship is available exclusively to the students enrolling in the Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication), or Bachelor of Languages, who have demonstrated creativity or passion within their existing practice through communication. 


To qualify, an applicant must:  

  • Be a citizen of Vietnam;
  • Complete grade 12 with a GPA minimum of 7.0/10.0; or complete an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma with a minimum of 25 points in total; or complete GCE ‘A’ Levels (UK) with 7 points for three Advanced subjects (A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1);
  • Achieve IELTS (academic) 6.5+ (no band below 6.0). for other international English entry requirements, please view the English equivalency requirements. 
  • Have registered for the Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) or Bachelor of Languages. 

Note: Once accepted, this scholarship cannot be transferred to any other degree.

Scholarship application requirements: 

Applicants for this scholarship should submit 2-3 examples of your work in digital format.

Your Digital Portfolio may include some of the following:

  • Examples of translation or interpretation services for the community, blogs, articles etc.
  • Any other example of your chosen creative works in digital format.

Most importantly, your Digital Portfolio should be structured and/or narrated to explain exactly the work you are showing. It should not be left to the viewer to try and work out what the video contains. Ultimately, your digital portfolio should portray you, and your creative accomplishments, as worthy of an RMIT scholarship.

Format: The Digital Portfolio will consist of either a video file (max 3 minutes) or other digital files (portfolio size to be 30 MB or less). It must contain a title page (Digital Portfolio) and clearly include your name. Your Digital Portfolio should be uploaded to an online platform (such as Vimeo, YouTube) or any other online repository (GoogleDrive, etc) and a link provided. Submissions will not be accepted in any other way than online.

Note: All portfolio work must be original and created by the candidate.

How to apply for a scholarship

Before applying, we recommend reading the Scholarship terms and conditions.

1. Find your program

2. Check your eligibility

3. Prepare your documents

4. Submit your application

Note: RMIT management reserves the right to adjust the values and allocation of scholarships at its discretion.

The scholarship application process is highly competitive with a limited number of scholarships available. Unfortunately, not all eligible applicants will receive one.

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If you have questions about your scholarship application, or the outcome, please contact the scholarship coordinator via