How to apply - Vice-Chancellor's Scholars

1. Submit your application

2. Receive an application ID

3. Submit an online scholarship application form

Note Applying for scholarships via myRMIT is coming soon. For now, please follow these instructions to make your application.

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

This is the application form to apply for the undergraduate program of your choice. Please allow up to 10 business days for RMIT to assess and advise the outcome of your admission application.

Step 2: Receive an application ID

You will receive an application ID from your Program Advisor, who will be assigned to you by RMIT. The process may take 2-3 working days from the time you submit your documents. 

Step 3: Submit an Online Scholarship Application Form

You need to reference an application ID and attach the required scholarship supporting documents (see below) in this step.


Vice-Chancellor's Scholars - Scholarship application requirements

All supporting documents must be in English and be combined in one file in .pdf format and smaller than 16 MB.

1. An introduction video of no more than two minutes covering the following points:

  • What makes you stand out as a deserving candidate for this scholarship?
  • If awarded the scholarship, what is an initiative which you would like to pursue that can bring advantages to the University and/or your communities?

*Please upload the video to an online platform (i.e. Youtube etc.) and provide the accessible link in your application package.

2. 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 your goals;
  • Why RMIT should select you as a Vice-Chancellor’s Scholar;
  • Your relevant academic, extracurricular and leadership activities;

3. 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.

4. A digital 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.

*The portfolio may include photos, videos, documents, and links to websites.

Important things to note for Vice-Chancellor's Scholars

Your scholarship application will only be considered eligible when:

  • You have an application ID (of your Application Form to study at RMIT Vietnam)
  • You have submitted your completed academic transcripts of the last three years of high school (including Year 10, 11 and 12 results or equivalent) and English evidence to your Program Advisor (Student Recruitment Office) in Step 1 (or after submitting the Scholarship Application Form) by the scholarship application deadline
  • You have provided all the scholarship required documents (where applicable) by the scholarship deadline*
  • A notarised copy of your Vietnam high school diploma (if applicable) is submitted to the Student Recruitment Office by 30 August 2024

* Applicants taking the International Baccalaureate exam in May 2024 may submit the results by 09 July 2024. Applicants taking the A-Level exams in June 2024 may submit the results by 16 August 2024. However, please ensure that the completed transcripts of year 10 and 11 (or equivalent), predicted A-Level results (if applicable), and other required documents (where applicable) have been submitted by the scholarship application deadline.