To keep the VU community safe, we have made changes to the way we deliver our courses – transitioning our Block 2 units to an equivalent level, digitally-supported delivery model that students can access remotely.

Admissions are operating as normal – so if you’re ready to get started, find your course and enrol now.

Applications & course start dates

Yes, you can enrol in a postgraduate course and commence your study in July.

Yes. Refer to the latest advice from VCAA and VTAC, which will be updated with the current advice for your specific situation.

Yes, as per other experiences or illnesses that impact your attendance or performance. At VU, we also provide special consideration for our current students.

VU is working closely with the relevant assessment authorities on possible solutions should the current situation become ongoing and impact your Year 12 results. As more information becomes available, you will receive information from your school and VTAC or VCAA.

Contact us to book a 1-1 consultation, email or call.

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Classes & study

You will still attend the same VU Block Model classroom environment as our previous on-campus delivery mode – but you’ll attend it online. Lecturers will present material through screen-sharing via scheduled video conferencing on Zoom Classrooms and WebEx Classrooms.

There will still be a small number of students in your virtual classroom, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions, get feedback and interact with classmates.

You will still attend the same VU Block Model classroom environment as our previous on-campus delivery mode – but you’ll attend it online. Lecturers will present material through screen-sharing via scheduled video conferencing on Zoom Classrooms and WebEx Classrooms.

There will still be a small number of students in your virtual classroom, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions, get feedback and interact with classmates.

We can’t be sure at this time, given the uncertainty and evolving nature of the coronavirus epidemic. We will continue to follow government social distancing guidelines and only return to our previous on-campus class delivery mode when it is safe for all students and staff to do so.

VU will provide information to help you transition to digital and remote learning. This includes video content and online orientation, available through email communications and VU Collaborate.

Visit the changes to course delivery in 2020 page for regular updates about our course delivery.

VU Polytechnic is still taking applications for most courses, which will be delivered digitally and remotely.

Read our information for VU Polytechnic students.