Victoria University reviews

(3.86) 63 reviews

Victoria University ratings

Average ratings based on 63 reviews
Overall Rating
3.86
Job Prospects
3.58
Teachers
3.86
Course Work
4.11
Time Worthy
3.65
Money Worthy
3.64
Friend Test
4.00
Support
4.00
Facilities
4.50
Industry Contacts
4.50

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Victoria University (Vic Uni or VU) has several campuses in Melbourne, including Footscray (Footscray Park & Footscray Nicholson), St Albans, several City campuses, Sunshine and in Sydney.

We have a range of Victoria University reviews from both Bachelor and Masters students across a range of topics.

Based on the VU students reviews, some of the advice they recommend includes:
Some faculties offer career advice, send through work experience and graduate opportunities;
Take on as many opportunities/experiences as the university provides;
Go out of your way to socialise with Lecturers, Tutors and classmates at Uni;
Be organised and focussed while studying so that it doesn't get away from you;
Placements can be amazing opportunities, but can be difficult to organise.

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Positives: I find this course very chill, there’s no majorly overwhelming assessments or essays and the content itself is very interesting if you’re into psychology. There is also a lot of help from the tutors, they are there whenever you need them for any question big or small.

Negatives: There aren’t many negative aspects of my course except maybe when we receive assignments and they are due within a couple days or sometimes the next day, although, these assignments are not very difficult so it’s not that bad, only if you have a busy schedule I guess.

My advice to future students is: Be sure to choose a course that you’re interested in! It makes the work so much easier if you’re engaged with it, I know so many people who have chosen a course in a field for the purpose of that potential career making them lots of money, only for them to quit their course after the first year and change into another. In saying that, of course there’s nothing wrong with exploring different options but I don’t think you should choose a course you know that you’re not at all interested in besides the potential income from working in that field.

Completing in 2020

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