VenU students preparing food as part of the VUP charity dinner.
30 June 2023
On Thursday 22 June, over 120 guests attended a six-course degustation at our student-training restaurant, VenU, for the biannual Victoria University Polytechnic Charity Dinner.
An open lobby with people walking around. Stalls are set up with vertical banners behind them.
30 May 2023
On 24 May 2023, VU Skills & Jobs Centre in collaboration with the College of Health and Community Services hosted the Careers in Health & Community Services Expo.
15 May 2023
Victoria Police recently celebrated the success of its Diversity Recruitment Program as 20 graduates from 17 different nationalities completed the 15-week program and were deemed ready to apply for the Victoria Police training program.
26 April 2023
Be part of Victoria’s biggest student survey: share your opinion today.
01 March 2023
VU Polytechnic successfully delivered the Visitor Economy Work Ready Program (Front-of-House Specialisation) to support the recovery and transformation of the Victorian visitor economy.
21 February 2023
VenU has reopened its doors on 20 February and our team of culinary and hospitality students are delighted to welcome you back!
15 February 2023
Interested in a career in the buzzing world of events, tourism and hospitality? Kara Davies, trainer at VU Polytechnic, shares her insights into opportunities in the industry and top tips for getting started.
10 February 2023
VU Polytechnic is once again the proud major sponsor of the WYNnovation Festival.
Aged care and disability services student with a life-like elderly mannikin
06 February 2023
The Victorian Government have made increased the eligibility for the Free TAFE for Priority Courses program, removing the upskilling rule for access and changing the once-in-a-lifetime limit within specific occupations.
Margit Robinson (student in next round of applicants for Digital Jobs program) with VU Vice Chancellor Professor Adam Shoemaker
27 January 2023
Victoria University (VU) and the Victorian Government today welcomed new recruits to a three-year $64 million Digital Jobs program designed to equip up to 5000 mid-career workers with future-focussed digital skills.