Deadline: August 17, 2012
If you are a current full-time Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) student within the School of Management and can demonstrate initiative for a business plan, this scholarship can provide you with financial assistance.
Value and duration
The scholarship provides $5000 as a one-off payment.
Number of scholarships available
To be eligible for this scholarship you must:
- be a citizen of Australia
- be enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) in 2012
- have moved from a rural/regional area to study at a Melbourne campus.
- be able to articulate through, a business plan, their intentions to set up and run a business in their third year of the Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) program
- achieve a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above
How to apply
Applicants will be assessed primarily on their ability to articulate through a business plan their intentions to set up and run a business in their third year of the Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) program.
Students can apply by sending their business plan in an email to the Entrepreneurship email, firstname.lastname@example.org before the application close date.
Terms and conditions
Students must meet eligibility criteria in order to apply for the scholarship.
Those involved in the administration and selection processes for the scholarships will treat all information and documentation supplied as confidential.
The scholarship holder must immediately notify the Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) Program Director in writing if they:
- Transfer to another academic program within RMIT University
- Transfer to another university; and
- Take leave of absence or decide not to continue with their studies in the Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) program for any reason.
Jacques Nasser is an RMIT alumnus and former Chief Executive Officer of Ford USA. Jacques is a successful entrepreneur with a long career in the motor vehicle industry both in Australia and in the USA. His vision is to develop entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial cultures in Australia through financially supporting RMIT students undertaking studies in the Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) program.