Short courses 12 courses
Complete this course and gain recognition of your experience providing alcohol and other drug (AOD) support in the community and health industry.
Learn how to provide first aid responses to infants, children and adults.
Gain a clear understanding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and learn how to work with a NDIS participants.
Extend your dermal clinical knowledge and develop advanced micropigmentation (cosmetic tattooing) skills with this short course for industry professionals.
TAFE certificates & diplomas 17 courses
Gain the knowledge and skills to provide therapeutic and program-related support to allied health professionals, and to assist patients with their rehabilitation.
Are you passionate about working in the health industry? Do you have a keen interest in clinical coding?
Develop practical skills in cleaning services and basic food safety and learn how to provide support in the health services industry.
Develop the skills for a rewarding career in the fast-growing health industry, working with people experiencing mental health issues.
Learn the physical assessment and treatment skills needed for the preventative, corrective and rehabilitation phases of musculoskeletal care.
Start your career as a non-emergency patient transport officer working with low-risk patients in a growing industry.
Gain the foundational skills and knowledge to work as an enrolled nurse in the dynamic healthcare industry.
Bachelor degrees (undergraduate) 17 courses
This degree provides you with an in-depth knowledge of how the human body functions, focusing on physiology, anatomy and cell biology, preparing you for an exciting future in the
health sector. You can utilise this course to embark on an exciting career in medical research or for entry into postgraduate health courses, including medicine.
Our Bachelor of Biomedicine (HBBM) has a particular focus on nutrition and exercise interventions in medicine and will prepare you will for postgraduate study.
Prepare for an important and rewarding career in public health, community nutrition, food science or food service with a Bachelor of Human Nutrition from VU.
With an emphasis on project work, this course provides study at a fourth-year level which builds on the knowledge and skills developed at degree level.
Further your science degree by developing your knowledge of the science of food with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Nutrition and Food Sciences).
Postgraduate 7 courses
Pursue a career as a community psychologist. Become a part of a vibrant learning environment where your psychology skills and knowledge will be directed towards applied community psychology.
The Graduate Diploma of Counselling will extend your expertise in counselling theory and practice.
Become a skilled healthcare professional, eligible to practise and register as an osteopath, with a Master of Health Science from VU.
Prepare for your final internship to become a practising psychologist, with a Master of Professional Psychology at VU.
Equip yourself to tackle complex global health issues with a Master of Public Health (Global Nutrition and Active Living) at Victoria University.
Postgraduate research 6 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.
Gain a solid foundation in research methods before undertaking a thesis related to health or sport with the Master of Applied Research.
Undertake your PhD in a world-leading research centre. Victoria University's Institute for Health and Sport (IHES) provides expert supervision in a wide range of disciplines.
Receive intensive research training before beginning an innovative thesis in the broad areas of health and sport with our integrated PhD program.
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.
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The best thing about my course is the work placements. I’ve completed a placement at Austin Hospital in mental health within paediatrics and the experience was fantastic. My goal is to work as an intensive care nurse in the neonatal unit.Jessica Bonello