Competitions & surveys

Throughout the year various competitions and surveys are held with great prizes to be won.

Here are some of our recent competitions. Make sure you come back regularly to enter new competitions as they are announced!

Graduate Outcomes Survey

The Graduate Outcomes Survey is the chance for graduate students to provide feedback on their experience at VU and will help us to improve graduate outcomes. Complete the survey as soon as possible to maximise your chance of winning a $1000 prepaid VISA gift card. Terms and conditions apply.

Student Experience Survey

Logo: SES student experience survey
The SES is an annual survey.

Each year (around August) Victoria University participates in the Student Experience Survey (SES). The survey gives you the chance to talk about your experience of studying at VU.

You will be invited to participate in the SES through your VU student email, which will contain a link to access the survey. You may also receive the invitation by post.

The results of this research are used to help Victoria University and the government gain insight into students' experiences, and to monitor and improve teaching and learning in Australia.

According to the latest survey results, students are more satisfied with VU.

Orientation feedback survey

Did you attend our Summer O-Fest events this semester? Provide your feedback and help us improve. You will go in the draw to win one of five $100 Coles Myer vouchers.

Annual competitions

VU Art Prize

Are you a budding artist? Do you doodle works of art during your lectures? Have you been waiting for a chance to show your home animation? Want to win cash?

Then the VU Arts Prize is for you!

Entry is now closed.

Student Diary & Orientation design competition

Showcase your talent, build your portfolio and show your VU pride by entering the VU Student Diary Cover Competition.

The winning entry will receive the $600, with the runner up awarded a $150 Visa Debit card.

The winning design will feature throughout the year on numerous pieces of merchandise, including more than 20,000 student diaries, study guides and postcards.

Entry is now closed.