Moving from overseas, interstate or even regional Victoria to study at Victoria University (VU) will be exciting, fun and sometimes challenging.
If you’re feeling a little nervous, don’t worry – VU has plenty of support networks available to help you settle in.
When you accept your offer to study at VU, we’ll send you information on:
Travelling to study at VU in Melbourne is an exciting experience.
Do you have an international or interstate driver licence?
If you're currently living in Victoria and driving with an overseas or interstate licence, you'll need to convert to a Victorian licence. Find out more and check how long you have to convert to a Victorian licence on the VicRoads website.
World-class, well-supported education
VU is ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018, 2019 and 2020). We're also ranked highly among young universities, and above world standard in many research areas.
This means, when you study at VU, you are receiving a globally recognised education.
Our extensive support services will help you make the most of this world-class opportunity for study.
We will help you adjust to university and succeed in your course, through services that include:
- academic support and development
- international student support
- housing and accommodation advice.
International business student Michelle Lee Pei Hua has built a global network from VU.
"By studying in Melbourne, I have gained global exposure and experience. I am currently working at a fast-moving consumer goods distributor as a management trainee for accounts in my home country, Malaysia."
Bachelor of Business (Accounting/Banking and Finance)