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With over 75 info sessions, campus tours and freebies on offer, it can be hard to know where to start. Here's our top tips for how to slay Open Day.
Juggling deadlines and work commitments? Discover five practical methods for dealing with exam stress when you're feeling the pinch.
You can be disappointed by your ATAR and still go on to have the career of your dreams. Passion, determination and hard work are all you need.
Whether it’s your first degree or postgrad studies, it’s time to smash old excuses and discover how much you could gain by returning to uni.
Whatever your story is, transitioning into uni life can be a challenge for even the most prepared. Make the change a little easier with these five tips.
People of just about every age are discovering their inner student. Forget astrology, find yourself in the generational student horoscopes and see if we nailed your gen!
When was the last time you woke feeling refreshed? VU Professor Dorothy Bruck explains how sleep deprivation has the potential to contribute to numerous health conditions.
2018 was predicted to be the ‘year of the vegan’ and, six months in, we’re starting to believe it. So what's driving this trend, and how do we know whether it's one to follow?
Desperate for a pampering or want to get active? Take care of yourself with these VU services.
VU has addressed the study-family balance with a new program that caters for the changing student demographic.
Feeling tired or stressed after a long day of work or study? Find out how exercise can help you feel good about yourself.
VU graduate Olivia Slater (Yamatji/Noongar) is making history as the first Indigenous Australian woman to undertake a PhD at Cambridge University. Discover her story.
Ready to make a big change in your career? Whatever your reason may be, networking is your key to a successful career change.
With almost 50% of the population completing an undergraduate degree, it’s no longer an edge. See how postgrad study can help you climb the career ladder.
To celebrate the contribution of refugees to our community, we profile some of VU’s most inspirational students.
If you’re seeing any of the following five signs, it could be time to think about moving up, moving on, or undertaking further study at VU.
Industry expert Trish Gray shares her tips for getting a one up on the competition and nailing the dreaded job interview process.
What happens when an electronic engineering graduate gets to ask a NASA scientist for career advice? We find out.
Cyber crime-fighters: these individuals may not wear capes, but they work around the clock to keep our information, identities, money, health, and businesses safe.
VU engineering PhD Professor Adrian Stoica shares the journey that led him to a successful career at NASA.
Reports indicate that by 2019 there will be up to 2 million cyber security job vacancies worldwide. Find out how you can join the cyber revolution.
Senior lecturer Dr Aughey explains how altitude training and the ‘live high, train low’ program can lead to performance improvements for elite athletes.
Ever wondered where student midwifes, nurses and paramedics hone their skills? Discover the world of simulated learning labs and high-tech mannequins.
Bring on the junk: the TV epidemic we can’t get enough ofWe know reality TV is bad for us, so why do we keep coming back for more?
Developing an intercultural mindset: A 21st century skillMillions worldwide tuned in to witness the marriage of Harry and Meghan – a union of a biracial American and a British royal. But the big...
Golden opportunities at the GamesWhile VU’s elite athletes are making us proud in the spotlight at the Games, our alumni behind the scenes are running the show.
How to outclass in first year uni (from someone who knows)We caught up with successful alumnus Eoin McVeigh – who’s now working in London as a performance analyst – for his top tips on getting the...
Internationally proven: VU's Block Model mirrors overseas successVU’s First Year Model mirrors the ‘block teaching’ successfully tried and tested at universities across the UK, Canada and Europe.
Lectures & lullabies: Can you study with a toddler in the house?Is it really possible to make a winning combo from lectures, books and research papers – and blankies, bottles and bibs?
Mooting. What is it? And why is it so important?Heard of mooting but not sure what it means? Find out why it's such an integral part of legal education.
Network your way to a new careerChoose a career-focused uni to help you network your way into a new profession
Power-house of attorneysThe McDermott family’s third and youngest child to graduate from VU Law School is charging towards the bar with flying colours.
Smart cookie: From humble beginnings to lead UI designer at GoogleVU grad Christine Soriano tells us what it’s like at Google and how she got there.
Starting uni a family affairBeginning uni in 2018 at Victoria University, Madison Souter is part of the first cohort of students to study within VU’s First Year Model.
Study, work, life: the University model that works for youNot your first time around the block? This new model of study is for you.
Three simple ways to transition into uniCompared to school, university is an entirely different ball game. No one's going to stop you from heading to the pub for a parma for lunch...
Top four industries for employment growth in AustraliaWe’ve pulled together some key growth industry forecasts, to help you make an informed decision about your future.
Transferrable skills: what you need for a career for the futureWhat are the skills you’ll need to set you up for the ever-changing career of the future, and how can you get them?
What's binge-worthy on NetflixWhat does an expert in screen media and film-making reckon you should be watching?
When practice makes perfectWhen it comes to beating the crowd, teachers and principals reveal it’s hands-on experience that gives Education graduates the edge.
Where is Eddie the Engineer?Akhtar Kalam reflects on what the drought of engineers means for Australia, and why fewer young people are choosing the profession.
5 steps to first year success5 top tips from current first-years – to ensure you succeed in VU’s block model.
Don't let your ATAR get you downDidn’t get the ATAR you were hoping for? Have we got news for you!
How to nail VCE: 4 tips from students who scored over 90Tips for acing exams and being your best at VCE from current VU students who scored an ATAR over 90.
Parents: Your Uni Open Day Hit-ListUni Open Days can be a parent’s greatest resource when it comes to helping your child decide on the right course and institution for them....
Questions about uni or TAFE you’re too embarrassed to askWe’ve compiled a few of our most frequently asked questions from students, parents and friends. From common definitions, ‘what if’...
Lectures & lullabies: how to ace your studies despite the toddler tanty.
When practice makes perfect: teachers and principals reveal it’s hands-on experience that gives Education graduates the edge.
Where did reality TV come from? According to VU Screen Media expert Dr Marc C-Scott, it all began in the bygone era of live TV.
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