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From nurses to software programmers, these are the jobs the Australian Government says will be most urgently needed in the next five years – and what you could study to get there.
As a fresh graduate it can be a challenge to make your resume stand out. VU explains how to build a successful resume.
Let’s take a closer look at what it’s like being a paramedic and how you can get there.
If you're known for your sense of style, get excited about new beauty products and live for online make-up tutorials, a career in the hair, beauty and make-up industry could be for you.
Whether you’re dreaming of the corporate world, working at a start-up or launching your own business, a business degree can give you the knowledge and skills you need to hit the ground running.
Are you passionate about mental health and wellbeing? You could turn your desire to help others into a fulfilling career, with lots of job opportunities and potential for growth.
Imagine if your job could give people a new life; ensuring they can find their place in the world. Migration Law does exactly that.
How do you decide what course to study? Here are a few tips to help you make the best choice for you.
While there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach when it comes to studying effectively, there are methods you can use to improve your recall and long-term memory. Here are our top study tips.
If you dream of a job where no two days are ever the same, then project management could be the role for you.
There are some great perks to picking a uni close to home which could mean more success for you in your studies and life!
By setting aside dedicated time to study, you’ll be able to break down tasks and assignments into manageable chunks. You will also find you are better prepared for assessments.
It is possible to balance your time between work and study. It just requires organisation, planning and a bit of self-discipline.
We’ve compiled a few of our most frequently asked questions from students, parents and friends.
A Murawari man, Werner began his construction career working as a carpenter in Queensland. He explored studies in commerce before deciding on studying law in Melbourne.
From opening a hair salon in the 90s, to their third year of the Bachelor of Laws/ Bachelor of Psychological Studies at VU, Joey is looking forward to making a difference for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Want to learn how to help tackle cybercrime, patch digital vulnerabilities, and protect personal data? Out-think hackers with the help of VU.
Whatever your reason for a change may be, networking is your key to a successful career change.
Here's how to convince your family to get on board when your career train has changed course.
Emma-Jane Hogan was getting comfy in her career. But after a few years – like so many of us – she began to question her choices.
We caught up with alumni Andi to ask about her experiences at VU, and learn about her trajectory from student to CEO.
In 2023 Jane and Honour gave a keynote presentation on this topic at the Education Authority Conference in Belfast. Here, they share some of their ideas.
John Stanway, a leader in Australian healthcare, joins VU as 2023 Executive in Residence.
Grill’d International CEO Aaron Fitzgerald shares four practical ways for students to set themselves up as centred leaders in the years ahead.
With more people making the switch to cyber, we sat down with Krey Lacerna, to discuss his leap from aviation to cyber.