RMIT University PhD Scholarship 2022 Portal Update : Current School News

RMIT University PhD Scholarship 2022 Portal Update

Filed in Scholarships Update by on January 24, 2022



– RMIT University PhD Scholarship –

RMIT University is now accepting applications from suitably qualified students into their RMIT University PhD Scholarship for Doctorate students. It is a fully-funded scholarship for all students.

RMIT University PhD Scholarship

About RMIT University PhD Scholarship

The scholarship is open to cover the tuition fee of the candidates who want to pursue a PhD research degree in generative design at the university.

RMIT University is one of Australia’s original tertiary institutions. It has an international reputation for excellence in professional and vocational education, applied research, and engagement with the needs of industry and the community.

Why at RMIT University? RMIT gives candidates the opportunity to make their mark on the world through a unique study experience tailor-made for the individual. It provides students with the best experience possible, along with the skills to succeed in their chosen careers.

Brief Description 

University or Organization: RMIT University

Department: NA

Course Level: PhD research degree

Scholarship Award: Up to $40,000

Access Mode: Online

Numbers of Award: One scholarship is awarded

Nationality: Australian and international candidates

Scholarship can be taken in Australia

Application Deadline: Applications will close once the candidate is appointed.

Language: English

Eligibility for the Scholarship

Eligible Countries: Australian and international candidates are eligible to apply for the scholarship.

Eligible Course or Subjects: The scholarship is open to study a PhD research degree in generative design.

Eligibility Criteria: The applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:

The applicant must hold a master of architecture or equivalent. Candidates must have to provide evidence of good oral and written communication skills. The applicant must have to show the ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary research team. Applicants must have a focus on computational design, as part of the RMIT Boeing Research Alliance.


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How to Apply for RMIT University PhD Scholarship

To apply for the scholarship, applicants must have to take admission to a PhD research degree at the university and submit the following supporting documents to Roland Snooks. After receiving the offer letter of admission, candidates can successfully apply for the scholarship.

Supporting Documents

The applicants need to submit the curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, three references, and design portfolio.

Admission Requirements

For admission at the university, candidates must have a bachelor’s degree including a research component comprised of a thesis, a master’s degree with at least a high distinction average, evidence of academic qualifications to undertake the proposed program.

Language Requirement

Candidates are required to provide current evidence of English language proficiency for admission to RMIT.

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Benefits of RMIT University PhD Scholarship

 The scholarship will be awarded worth Up to $40,000 per annum for 3 years.

$30,000 per year funded by the School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University.

$10,000 per year top-up scholarship from Boeing.

If the selected candidate is international, the School of Architecture and Design will provide a full tuition fee waiver and Overseas Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of candidature.

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