Study at Victoria University Polytechnic

Empowering you to make the most of your learning experience

No matter where you are in your student journey we have support and information to make things easier for you. We can help if you are still just thinking of studying, about to enrol, need help submitting assignments, even graduating or looking for a job.

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Just got your ATAR? Or ready for a career change? Watch an interview between our Vice-Chancellor and a VU Polytechnic student to discover why you should choose Victoria University Polytechnic.

Applying for a course

Find out about the key course information before you start studying – finding your course, then how to apply and enrol.

Course fees & scholarships

Your amount of course fees and any assistance you may be eligible to receive is largely based on whether or not you enrol as a government subsidised or full-fee paying student. This determines the amount you pay, as well as the fee assistance you may be eligible to receive.

Find information on course fees including:


Victoria University and Victoria University Polytechnic offer a range of equity and merit scholarships for TAFE students who are in financial need.

Applications for VU Equity scholarships can be submitted by students enrolled in certificate I, II, III, IV, diploma and advanced diploma courses for six months or longer.

Services & support

We've summarised the most important things that you need to know as a new student to help you get started including orientation activities, and where to go for help and advice.

Pam Chapman - teaching the educators of tomorrow

Pam Chapman started studying with the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and progressed through to a Masters of Teaching. She's helping influence tomorrow by educating our next generation of educators.