RMIT University

RMIT was chosen to provide one of the founding scholarship programs as George himself was linked to the university as both a student and lecturer in the 1940s.

RMIT was chosen for one of the founding scholarship programs as George himself had been a student and lecturer at RMIT in the 1940s. The George Alexander Foundation Scholarship Program awarded its first scholarships in 2002.

Students who apply for The George Alexander Foundation Scholarship must be moving in to the second year of their undergraduate degree at RMIT University, or the first year of a two year diploma at RMIT TAFE. 

"This scholarship has changed my life. University has gone from something to be stressed about, to something I can immerse myself in and enjoy."

From 2013 to 2019, the Foundation also supported bursaries at RMIT. This bursary program is now closed.

'Being a George Alexander Foundation scholar has shown me that there are not limitation on what I can achieve and there there will always be help available for those who are willing to apply themselves. My desire to repay this faith by giving back to my community is a huge driving factor for me.'

See the RMIT website for further information on The George Alexander Foundation scholarships.

Donate The scholars and fellows supported through the GAF-funded programs are committed to their studies, to giving back to the community and to doing their utmost to uphold the investment that has been made in them. If you would like to invest in the education of some talented and dedicated young Australians, please make a tax-deductible donation online by clicking on Donate or contact us on 03 9650 3188 for other options.

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