Our Sydney Campus is located on Kent Street, in the heart of Sydney's central business district. The campus features a range of on-site facilities and is easily accessible from all parts of Sydney.
Level 2-4, 545 Kent Street, Sydney
Plan your trip
Our campus is easily accessible from all parts of Sydney. Transport options include:
- train – Town Hall station
- monorail – World Square station
- light rail – Capitol Square station
- bus – regular buses and a free CBD shuttle
Get Google directions to the VU Sydney campus.
Our on-campus facilities include:
- Computer labs
- Campus resource centre
- Online library
- Student kitchenette and lounge.
Victoria University's Sydney campus is in a perfect location for enjoying city life. It is within walking distance of cafes, restaurants, shopping, parks and the State library, putting everything within easy reach.
- Eat at a number of nearby cafes and fresh food outlets.
- Enjoy cultural centres such as Darling Harbour and China Town.
Victoria University staff and students are eligible to become reciprocal members of other Australian university libraries under the national borrowing scheme called University Libraries of Australia and New Zealand (ULANZ). By joining the National Borrowing Program, you can use other local academic libraries for study and borrowing. Membership does not usually include access to internet and online resources. Membership fees may apply.
Under the National Borrowing Scheme you also have the opportunity to join the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), the University of Sydney and other University libraries for a cost of A$50.
View options for joining the scheme and becoming a member at another library.
You may also like to join the State Library of New South Wales as it is within walking distance of campus. It offers a great study environment as well as regular exhibitions and events.
As a student of Victoria University in Sydney, our student support team is here to help from orientation to graduation.
Victoria University's standards of practice and obligations to international students refer to the ESOS framework, implemented by the Australian government to ensure that overseas students have a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study.
Find out more about the ESOS framework and information for international students.
- International student orientation
- Student activities and trips
- Housing services
- Financial advice
- Welfare and counselling
- Student equity
- Disability support
- Employment services
- Complaints resolution.
- Academic writing workshops
- Job preparation workshops
- Student administration services.
Contact Academic Coordinator
Unsatisfactory Academic Progress
Academic progress support: Students who have been notified of failing to meet academic progress requirements will be required to attend a meeting with an Academic Coordinator to discuss their study plan. IT and Information Systems students must contact their Academic Coordinator Dr Jahan Hassan firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. Business and Accounting students must contact their Academic Coordinator Dr Ana Sekhar email@example.com to make an appointment
We also have campuses in Melbourne with more than 250 courses offered to international students.