RMIT University

At RMIT we recognise and respect the unique culture and contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people bring to our communities. We are also proud to provide study, cultural, & personal support to our Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander students in their learning journey. We womin djeka you to further explore and experience more about Australian Indigenous culture by enrolling in our Indigenous specialist courses, visiting our Indigenous education centre - Ngarara Willim Centre and interacting with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and students.

RMIT recognises the inherent value of Indigenous Australian perspectives to the University. The University aims to position itself as both an employer of choice and preferred place to study for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

RMIT has undertaken a firm commitment to contribute to, and lead in, the areas of reconciliation and Indigenous community development.

The University values cultural diversity, believes all staff and students should be treated with dignity and respect and seeks to contribute to creating a nation that provides equal life chances for all and works in collaboration with its Indigenous heritage.


If you accept a scholarship at RMIT it means you accept these Terms and Condition and agree to their requirements and conditions. This Terms and Conditions document applies to the scholarships administered by the Sponsorship Development Team at RMIT University. There are separate Terms and Conditions that apply to Commonwealth Scholarships, Research Scholarships and other scholarships not administered by the Sponsorship Development Team; they are not contained within this document.

To receive a scholarship you must meet the eligibility requirements, as outlined under scholarships.

Note: your continuing eligibility will be assessed on an ongoing basis each semester (if applicable). If you do not meet the eligibility criteria at the time of assessment your scholarship may be terminated or suspended.