Many of our graduates gain employment in the following roles:
- information technology management
- office administration
- specialist: CISCO, Microsoft Server, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, web development.
Short courses 3 courses
TAFE certificates & diplomas 3 courses
Gain the skills and knowledge to work in the IT sector as a specialist or as part of a team with a Certificate IV in Computer Systems Technology.
Develop the knowledge and skills to work in one of the fastest growing sectors, the Cyber Security and IT industry.
This Certificate is part of the Youth IT Careers Program, covering digital literacy, employability skills and social and welfare support for youth experiencing education or employment barriers.
Higher Education diplomas 1 course
Study a one-year specialised diploma, with more focussed academic and English support to better prepare you for success in undergraduate study.
On completion, you will be guaranteed entry into the second year of a nominated bachelor degree.
Bachelor degrees (undergraduate) 3 courses
Bachelor of Business specialisations include accounting, banking & finance, event management, financial risk management, human resource management, information systems management, international trade, management & innovation, marketing, supply chain & logistics management, tourism & hospitality management.
Our Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional) teaches the latest in network and systems, and web and mobile app development, and offers a 12-month paid internship in the IT industry.
Postgraduate 10 courses
The Master of Applied Information Technology (NMIT) is a flexible, accredited course, providing advanced training for students with an IT degree.
Build on your professional experience with a specialised qualification from a world leader in business analytics and SAP technology.
Develop the computing and business skills to implement and maintain Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and understand their implications on business.
Postgraduate research 4 courses
Our Office for Research provides support to our current and future researchers, such as:
- identify a research topic
- find a supervisor
- apply for research supervision or grants.
Complete your PhD in a research community dedicated to improving our cities and communities through scientific, technological and social innovation.
Victoria University's integrated program offers research training, creating an alternative path to a PhD in the areas of sustainability and liveable communities.
Complete a Master of Research in 18 months, in the areas of industry, community or urban development. This degree is tailored to graduates with a related bachelor degree, or an honours degree in a different discipline.
The Master of Research Practice recognises honours qualifications, accelerating your study in the areas of industry, community or the built environment.
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I have been able to apply everything I learnt at VU in my previous and current roles at Telstra - from security to networking and now infrastructure engineering. The vendor technologies taught at VU are industry current, and the exposure gave me a great head start.Andrew Hinton