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Rewarding creative minds

Every year, AIT awards talented students who demonstrate their extraordinary work ethic and talent when applying to study with us. There are a total of 6 Domestic scholarships awarded - 3 in Sydney and 3 in Melbourne.

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DOMESTIC STUDENTS

initiAIT Scholarship

The initiAIT scholarship is for new undergraduate students commencing an AIT Bachelor Degree in the Sep 2022 intake or 2023 academic calendar. This scholarship is only available to domestic students. Recipients of this scholarship will be awarded a discount on their tuition fees—equivalent to 50% off the first term and 50% off the last term of their Bachelor degree.

Application Deadlines

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  • February 2023 Intake DEADLINE: 6 January 2023
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  • May 2023 Intake DEADLINE 28 April 2023
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  • September 2023 Intake DEADLINE 18 August 2023
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Show Us How You Solve Problems

Our graduates gain employment after study because they are great problem solvers.
Problems like: “what logo will create the best brand awareness?”, “what lighting will create the right mood in a scene,” “what shape will create a funny but pathetic monster the client wants?”, “what timing should be used to convey the emotion across?”, “how will virtual reality change this concept?”, or even, “what will be the best platform to build this app on?” While you are at AIT, we will teach you these creative techniques and skills. We are looking to award scholarships to those already displaying a passion and focus. The task below is primarily designed to test your creative and problem-solving skills.

 

Timesplice (Scholarship Brief)

Timesplice is a company that designs products for the inter-dimensional travel market. Its customers move throughout the multiverse for work, completing projects for high-paying clients. Next summer, Timesplice aims to launch a new wearable device, which will allow its users to travel through time and space, but which is also stylish and discrete. However, the company cannot decide whether this device should be worn on the head, wrist, or neck.

Your task is to select the type of device you think is most appropriate and design a concept to promote your idea. Your device concept must be able to be worn on either:

  • The head
  • The wrist
  • The neck

To be accepted, Timesplice requires you to submit three items:

  1. Design Document, which discusses your preliminary ideas and the process you used to finalise your concept. Your design document could be 1-5 pages but must consist of drafts, sketches, images, notes, or themes. It should be clearly titled and have a brief summary explaining each section.

  2. Final Concept. This may be a drawing, animation, video, or report displaying the final concept. Animations and videos should be no longer than 2 minutes.

  3. Concept Summary. This should summarise the final design, its functions, and why you chose it in 300 words.
What Are We Looking For?
For this project, we would like to see your ability to:

  • Conceive, plan and design concepts
  • Determine which concepts will or will not be kept
  • Develop, communicate and own your final design considerations

How Will Scholarship Submissions Be Judged?
Submissions will be evaluated based on the following:

  • Was the brief followed and were all required items submitted?
  • Is there evidence of planning, ideation, drafts, or rough concepts?
  • How well are the functions, features, and final concepts explained?
  • How much technical skill is demonstrated in the final concept?*


*Technical skill will be based on the media form chosen (animation, drawing, film design, game development, or written work)

An applicant’s financial status or personal circumstances will not be taken into consideration in any way during the evaluation process.

What Is The Eligibility Criteria?

Students who are eligible for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a domestic student (Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holder)
  • Applied to AIT directly or via VTAC and be commencing in Sep 2022, Feb 2023, May 2023, or Sep 2023
  • Not have undertaken any previous study at a tertiary level, excluding TAFE and extension studies undertaken as part of a Year 12 program
  • Meet all other eligibility criteria and entry requirements for AIT’s Bachelor Degree courses
  • Complete the challenge brief as per the details above

How Do I Apply?

You must submit the following documents:

  1. Completed scholarship Application Form.
  2. Once we receive your application to participate a project brief will be sent to you by return email indicating the due date and time.

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  3. Submit your creative work.

You can submit relevant documents by email (info@ait.edu.au), online at: ait.edu.au/scholarships or personally to reception during the business hours:
Monday–Friday, 8:30am–5pm

Scholarship applications must be received by 5pm of the deadline.

 

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 

We’re extending our incredible scholarship for all onshore and offshore international students across our Higher Education Bachelors, Associate Degrees and Diplomas in IT and Interactive Media for all intakes in 2022!

Contact us to learn more about our international scholarships international@ait.edu.au