2013 Boeing Scholarships, RMIT University, Australia

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Aerospace or Manufacturing Engineering

RMIT University in support of Boeing’s International Education Philosophical Guidelines offers Boeing Scholarships for the students of RMIT. Boeing Scholarships are for Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or international students.

These Scholarships are offered in the field of Aviation, Computer Science, Information Technology, Electrical, Electronic, Computer, Software, Mechanical, Aerospace or Manufacturing Engineering.

This scholarship is available for pursuing Undergraduate and Master’s degree level to study in Australia. In 2013 there are five undergraduate and three postgraduate scholarships available for duration of one year. Each scholarship is valued at $3000.  The application deadline is 12 March 2013. 

About Scholarship: The Boeing Scholarships are offered to students of RMIT University in support of Boeing’s International Education Philosophical Guidelines. These scholarships are for undergraduate and postgraduate students who have demonstrated technical or business aptitude and are either a high achiever and/or financially/educationally disadvantaged and enrolled in disciplines of significance or merit to Boeing. 

Study: Subjects are offered in the colleges of Aviation, Computer Science, Information Technology, Electrical, Electronic, Computer, Software, Mechanical, Aerospace or Manufacturing Engineering.

Course Level: Undergraduate , Postgraduate

Scholarship By: RMIT University

Location: Australia

Number of awards: In 2013 there are five undergraduate and three postgraduate scholarships available.

Duration: One year

Value: Each scholarship is valued at $3000 for one year. 

Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship you must:

-Be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or an international student.

-Be enrolled in one of the following undergraduate (Bachelors) or postgraduate (Masters – excluding PhD and Doctorate) disciplines:

-Aviation, Computer Science and Information Technology

-Electrical, Electronic, Computer, Software, Mechanical, Aerospace or Manufacturing Engineering

-Be enrolled full-time* (a minimum of 36 credit points) in Semester 1 and 2, 2013

-Have a minimum of 72 credit points (6 courses) to complete in 2013

-At the time of application undergraduate applicants must also have a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 (65%) or higher in their current program of study.

-The Boeing Scholarship will be awarded to an individual only once, previous winners are not eligible to re-apply for additional Boeing scholarships. 

Selection criteria: These scholarships will be awarded based on criteria that include demonstrated level of disadvantage, and financial need, impact of scholarship funds to assist the applicant to achieve their goals, the applicants’ motivation and endeavour as illustrated by past academic endeavours and career goals. Academic results will account for 40% of the weighting.

The Boeing Scholarships are managed and awarded by the College of Science, Engineering and Health. The selection panel will be chaired by the Deputy PVC, Learning and Teaching, College of Science, Engineering and Health (or their nominee) and include up to three senior Academics from the College. 

Scholarship Open for International Students: Scholarships are awarded to Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or international students of RMIT University. 

Apply: By post and email

Deadline: 12 March 2013

Further Information: http://rmit.com.au/browse;ID=cokl0lhriekl

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