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The MIT International Excellence Scholarship was conceived as a direct result of MIT’s desire to create an environment where students from around the world can be inspired and achieve excellence.
This scholarship is available only to international students who are commencing an undergraduate or postgraduate program in any of the two trimester; March or July (excludes November trimester) at MIT. Lists of eligible programs are listed under item number 5 of this document. Recipients are selected based on academic merit as demonstrated by their prior studies.
MIT is registered by Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) as a higher education provider (TEQSA Provider Identification Number: 12138) and our courses are accredited by TEQSA. TEQSA is Australia’s independent national regulator of the higher education sector including public universities in Australia. TEQSA ensures that all public and private higher education providers meet the Higher Education Standards Framework or the Threshold Standards in order to be accredited to deliver tertiary level programs within Australia’s higher education system. MIT is also registe... continue reading
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|Melbourne Institute of Technology
|Melbourne Institute of Technology MIT
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Successful applicants who are awarded a scholarship will receive a fee deduction of equivalent to 20% of the tuition fee of a program he or she is enrolled for the commencing trimester; March or July (November trimester if not eligible). This scholarship is not transferable to another Institute’s campus
Processing of Applications Prior to Course Commencement:
All applicants who satisfy the eligibility criteria shall be interviewed. Such an interview serves two purposes. Firstly, to verify the information provided by applicant and secondly, to allow for a verbal communication assessment of the applicant to be made. Effective and easily understood verbal communication/public speaking is vital – to be considered an all-round - MIT scholar. Applicants who do not meet the criteria at the interview stage will not be considered further. Such interviews shall be conducted by the Admissions department.
Processing of Applications for the purposes of retaining the MITIE Scholarship: Retention of Scholarship
For this scholarship to be carried forward into each subsequent trimester, the student must achieve an average overall grade of 70% or more, with no individual result below 65%, in their preceding semester in addition to the eligibility requirement stated under item number 2 of this documents (where applicable)
Scoring /Rating of Applicants
In determining the percentages, figures will ordinarily be rounded up to the nearest whole number. Students previously ineligible for this scholarship do not automatically become so as a consequence of any individual result being amended as the outcome of an appeal or review. The MIT Schools’ Scholarship Committee is responsible for assessing the retention of MITIE Scholarship.