How to apply - Vice-Chancellor's Scholars

Step 1: Submit an Application Form to study at RMIT Vietnam 

Step 2: Submit an Online Scholarship Form

Candidates of the Vice-Chancellor's Scholars are required to submit supporting documents with details specified in these scholarship requirements. (see below)

Scholarship application requirements

You are required to submit the regular application for study to RMIT and provide the following supporting documents for scholarship consideration:

1. A personal statement (300 - 500 words) in English. In your statement, you should address the following:

  • Your intended major (program) and goals for university
  • What education in your intended program will help you achieve
  • Why RMIT should select you as a Vice-Chancellor’s Scholar
  • Your relevant academic, extracurricular and leadership activities

2. Two recommendation or reference letters from teachers, community leaders or colleagues from organisations you have worked for. If the letters are not written in English, please attach translated versions of them.

3.   A portfolio describing yourself, highlighting your participation in extracurricular activities and your achievements. This may include:

  • Leadership in volunteer work or charity groups
  • Leadership in clubs or associated activities
  • Work experience gained through internships, paid jobs or volunteer work
  • Certificates or awards you have received

Note: You are encouraged to submit the electronic portfolio which may include photos, videos, documents, websites, etc.

Important things to note

Your scholarship application will only be considered eligible when:

  • You have submitted a full application to study at RMIT Vietnam.
  • You have provided all required documents by the scholarship deadline.
  • Your academic transcripts of the last three years of high school must be submitted to the Student Recruitment Office by the scholarship deadline.  
  • A notarised copy of your high school diploma must be submitted to Student Recruitment Office by 27 August 2021

If you start your study in semester 1 or 2 of 2021, you may still be eligible for an undergraduate prospective scholarship. However, if successful, the scholarship will only apply from semester 3, 2021 (October).