Victoria University (VU) offers courses in TAFE and Higher Education on 11 campuses, plus outstanding research opportunities.
Victoria University (VU) is a multi-sector institution (higher education and TAFE) with excellence in teaching, training, research and scholarship. We offer short courses, as well as qualifications in vocational education (TAFE) and higher education. Our learning pathways enable you to move from a certificate course through to an advanced diploma, degree, or postgraduate qualification by coursework or research.
We have more than 50,000 students enrolled at our local campuses and international sites. We operate primarily at campuses in the western suburbs of Melbourne (Australia), Melbourne city centre and locations provided by our partners in Asia and Europe. As the primary university in Melbourne's western region, we are proud to deliver courses, research and engagement activities that are locally relevant and globally significant.
VU campuses are located across Melbourne's western suburbs and the city centre. We have purpose-built learning environments, the latest technology, state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment, a full range of sports and recreation facilities plus plenty of space to relax and enjoy campus life.
City Flinders Lane
The VU Convention Centres are perfect for your next business or social function.
The City Convention Centre is located on Flinders Street in the heart of Melbourne's CBD, close to transport, cafes, restaurants and accommodation and is the ideal choice for your conference functions.
The Sunshine Convention Centre is centrally located between the Melbourne CBD and Melbourne Airport, with easy access from the Western Ring Road and boasts a 200 seat Auditorium and expansive Foyer.
We cater for a variety of business and social functions, such as conferences, seminars, industry presentations, cocktail parties, weddings, dinners and more.
University Switchboard - All Campuses
+61 3 9919 4000
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