The VU Career Practitioners’ Forum is designed to help you support your students. We can give you all the facts about VU so you can answer their queries about:

  • career and course options
  • types of entry
  • support services at VU.

The event provides you with in-depth course information, updates from VU, and an opportunity to explore key teaching and research facilities.

2019 VU Forum: Save the date!

We’re excited to invite you to the next VU Forum where you’ll have the opportunity to get relevant and up-to-date information.

Our first year of block model teaching has been a huge success, with overall pass rates increasing 7.9 percentage points to 83.9 percent! Results also show students are getting more distinctions and high distinctions.

At the forum you’ll be able to participate in hands-on workshops and hear from current students about what it’s like to study at VU. You’ll also learn more about our award-winning blended learning model and the pathways between TAFE and higher education.

Plus, Admissions staff and Future Student Advisors will be available to give you personalised advice, so you’ll be prepared with all the information you need to pass onto students.

  • Date: Friday 17 May 2019
  • Time: 8am to 3pm
  • Location: Footscray Park

So, save the date now and we’ll see you there!

2018 VU Career Practitioners' Forum highlights

The 2018 VU Forum opened with the success of the First Year Model – an innovative approach to learning and teaching based on a block mode of study. We shared information about the advantages of timely feedback, smaller class sizes and creating lasting peer connections.

Our students shared their experiences and gave insights into the learning environment at VU.

Attendees heard the latest course updates and information on VU’s new early admissions program, VU Guaranteed.

Download the 2018 VU Forum program

Get in touch

Let us know if there is any additional support we can provide to you and your students.

Phone: +61 3 9919 5044

 Career practitioner asking a question at the VU Forum.