Short courses 3 courses
VU's Professional Course in Australian Migration Law allows people working in related areas, for example law clerks, to gain knowledge in migration law. It is a pathway to the Graduate Diploma in Migration Law.
TAFE certificates & diplomas 2 courses
Bachelor degrees (undergraduate) 15 courses
Prepare for a fascinating career in the justice system or community welfare, with VU's Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Psychological Studies.
Develop the legal and social understanding to solve real problems in the community with VU's Bachelor of Criminology.
Launch a career investigating and prosecuting crime, or defending the accused, with a law and criminology degree from VU.
The Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Arts will equip you with knowledge and skills across two disciplines, allowing you to determine your own individual career path.
Postgraduate 1 course
Gain advanced knowledge in migration law with our practical and engaging Graduate Diploma in Migration Law.
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 'sustainable and liveable cities'. This masters allows bachelor-degree graduates in any discipline to undertake a research degree.
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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Studying law at the City Queen campus, right in the middle of the legal precinct, gives me unique exposure to a constant stream of opportunities. VU is open, accepting, growing, embracing, and overall a really positive environment. The sense of community here is something that friends from other universities are truly envious of.Meghann Clark