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DISCOVER OUR REVOLUTION IN LEARNING

At VU, we’re changing the way you learn. Whatever you aspire to, we have a range of exciting opportunities to help you get set for success.


With our revolutionary new First Year Model, you will thrive with support from small classes and say goodbye to stress by undertaking just one subject at a time.


Through our flexible pathways, award-winning blended learning approach and state-of-the-art facilities, you can build real-world skills for a 21st century career.

VU'S FIRST YEAR MODEL - A BETTER WAY TO LEARN

In 2018, we designed a new way of learning to make your transition into university easier and give you the skills to succeed when you enter the workforce.


By studying one unit at a time in small groups, and with classes only three days a week, you’ll have less stress, more support from lecturers and a greater chance at success.

What our students are saying about their first year at VU

What is the First Year Model?

Our students are loving the First Year Model and it's proven effective with our 2018 first-year pass rate increasing to 90%.


Check out this video to hear from our students about how VU's First Year Model is working for them.

FIND YOUR COURSE — GET THE VU 2019 COURSE GUIDE

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Get your hands on the 2019 undergraduate course guide to discover our range of industry-leading TAFE, degree, postgraduate and research programs. 

FOUND YOUR COURSE? APPLY VIA VTAC

Once you've found the right course/s for you, you'll need to lodge your application via VTAC.

VTAC timely applications open on 6 August and close on 27 September. 

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