At Victoria University (VU), we keep the admissions process as simple as possible.
We are one of only six universities in Australia to offer both TAFE and university courses – from certificate courses through to masters and PhDs. This means you can start at the level that suits you, and progress towards your goals.
We know that there is more than one way to succeed at learning and our admissions approach reflects that. Read about our admissions requirements and take the next step towards your future studies and career.
The table below provides an indication of the likely peer cohort for new students at Victoria University.
It provides data on students that commenced undergraduate study in a particular year, and were enrolled post census date across all Australian campuses and includes data on International students studying in Australia.
Student numbers in the table have been grouped by the most relevant study or work background of the applicant cohort.
Semester 1, 2022 student profile
|Number of students
|Percentage of all students
|(A) Higher education study
|(B) Vocational education and training (VET) study
|Recent secondary education
|- Admitted solely based on ATAR
|- Admitted where both ATAR and additional criteria were considered
|- Admitted on the basis of other criteria only and ATAR was not a factor
|(D) Work and life experience
Find out more about after you receive your course offer. If you receive an offer directly from VU or via VTAC, you can accept it and enrol online. Accept your offer by clicking the link in your offer email, logging into and enrolling online (for undergraduate courses).
If you're enrolling in a TAFE course, you'll be invited to attend an enrolment session in person.
Credit (advanced standing)
If you’re applying directly to VU via our Admissions Centre and would like to apply for credit as part of your course application, you will be prompted during the process to complete and upload an application for credit (advanced standing) along with the required supporting documentation.