To apply for the Creativity Scholarship, you must submit a ‘Digital Creative Portfolio’. This gives you an added opportunity to demonstrate your skills, interests and strengths in producing creative, design or digital media content.
The Digital Creative Portfolio allows students who are creatively excellent but may not have achieved equally high standards or grades in their traditional academic school subjects to present their creative work.
Your Digital Creative Portfolio should be carefully assembled and focused in such a way as to tell us who you are and to demonstrate – through your work - your passion for creativity and design. It should not be a collection of unrelated works and the emphasis should be on quality rather than quantity.
Your Digital Creative Portfolio may include some of the following:
Most importantly, your Digital Creative 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 for creative excellence.
Format: The Digital Creative Portfolio (Design) will consist of either a video file (max 3 minutes) or other digital files (portolio size to be 30 MB or less). It must contain a title page (Digital Creative Portfolio) and clearly include your name. Your Digital Creative 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.
Your scholarship application will only be considered eligible when:
If you start your study in semester 1 or 2 of 2020, you may still be eligible for an undergraduate prospective scholarship. However, if successful, the scholarship will only apply from semester 3, 2020 (October).