Since 2002, Henan University (HNU) and Victoria University (VU) have collaborated to offer courses in business and information technology.

The courses offered at HNU follow a 2+2 model, this means you can commence a Victoria University diploma taught at HNU, before entering one of the 18 Bachelor of Business specialisations or the Bachelor of Information Technology (Network and Systems Computing) with one year of credit (also known as advanced standing).

Academic requirements

To transfer into one of 18 Bachelor of Business courses or the Bachelor of Information Technology (Network and Internet Computing), Diploma of Business (Enterprise) students need to have completed either:

  • 8 subjects at Henan University, then study 4 semesters (equivalent to 16 subjects) at Victoria University in Melbourne; or
  • 6 or 7 subjects at Henan University, then study 5 semesters or 4 semesters plus 1 semester of summer or winter school (equivalent to 17 or 18 subjects) at Victoria University in Melbourne; or
  • 5 or less subjects at Henan University and study the remaining Diploma of Business (Enterprise) subjects at Henan University or Victoria University in Melbourne before commencing a Bachelor of Business course.

Contact us if you're interested in applying for a certificate or diploma course; a bachelor degree (without credit) or a bachelor of law; a graduate certificate, graduate diploma or master course in Australia:

George Yue
Transnational Program Manager - China
Phone: +61 3 9919 5458
Email: george.yue@vu.edu.au.

English Language requirements

You need to complete an English language test to study as an international student at Victoria University. For entry into a Bachelor of Business course or the Bachelor of Information Technology (Network and Internet Computing) we accept one of these test results:

  • IELTS (Academic): 6.0 overall, no band less than 6.0
  • TOEFL (Internet): 80 overall, no section less than 20
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE): 50 – 57 overall score, no section less than 50
  • Cambridge English – Advanced (CAE): Total score of 52
  • Successful completion of the University Preparation Program (UPP) (for students requiring additional English language support)

If you do not meet any of these English language entry requirements you can complete an ELICOS course before enrolling in a bachelor course.

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