Victoria University and its predecessor institutions have been providing education, research and training for over 90 years. VU was founded in 1916 as Footscray Technical School, making it the third oldest university in Victoria today. A further name change occurred in 1990 when the school was established as the Victoria University of Technology. In 2005 it began to trade as Victoria University.
The University is now one of Australia’s leading tertiary institutions with more than 51,000 students. More than 7,000 international students from over 90 countries study courses at our campuses and sites in Melbourne or in their home country. In 2011, the Good Universities Guide awarded Victoria University a five-star rating for cultural diversity.
Victoria University offers the latest in facilities, technology and practices, providing the perfect environment for vocational education, higher education and research. Our graduates are ready for the demands of the 21st century.
Three out of Victoria University's 10 campuses and sites are located in Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD) and another four campuses are within 10 kilometers of the CBD.
Property and Sustainable Development (Urban Development Sustainability)
Property and Sustainable Development (Construction Management and Quantity Surveying)
Property and Sustainable Development (Event and Facilities Management)
Property and Sustainable Development (Property Valuation)
Urban Planning and Design
Successful completion of the Taylors UniLink Diploma is required, i.e. students must pass all subjects. Subject to availability of places in the course and normal selection process. The information in this table is correct at the time of publication. However, University course details may change.
It is recommended that prospective students consult the University’s website or admission office for updated details.