You can make a difference today

Make a genuine difference to young people striving to achieve, despite the odds. Support talented women trying to get a fair go in sport and study. Help uplift our international community. Or be part of our extraordinary search for a coronavirus vaccine.

Highest priorities

Student Support Appeal

Help our students thrive in 2021.

Many students are still struggling to pay for essentials as we slowly recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Others can’t afford to buy the books and equipment they need to finish their studies.

Your generous donation today will help a student who can’t pay rent or even buy food, as well as help them pay for a laptop or a stethoscope.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Appeal

You can help power VU’s elite team of researchers develop a vaccine against the coronavirus. Led by Professor Vasso Apostolopoulos, the team is adapting their unique approach and patented technology to create potential vaccines against COVID-19 and identify life-saving drugs to fight the virus.

They can’t do this without you. You can donate today to fast track this research from the laboratory to trials.

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Susan Alberti and Clare Hanlon

Women in Sport Scholarships

Help female students overcome barriers to study by donating to Women in Sport scholarships. You’ll be helping develop future leaders in sport by creating a pipeline of talented, female graduates who need your support to study.

Your donation will help students pay for expenses like travel, childcare and accommodation.

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Timor-Leste student

Timor-Leste Scholarships

You can support students from Timor-Leste to study in Australia. Since independence in 2002, more than 100 students have studied at Victoria University and are now making significant contributions to the development of Timor-Leste. But there are many more who need your help to fulfil their dream.

You can make studying at Victoria University a reality by donating today.

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Contact us

To find out more about supporting VU, our students and our wider community, contact the Advancement Office.