Victoria University reviews

(3.86) 63 reviews

Victoria University ratings

Average ratings based on 63 reviews
Overall Rating
Job Prospects
Course Work
Time Worthy
Money Worthy
Friend Test
Industry Contacts

Find out more about Victoria University

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.

Read Victoria University Reviews

Positives: It is practical , realistic and useful.

Negatives: It is hard

My advice to future students is: Stay focused

Completed in 2017

Read more

Positives: Group working and practical applications

Negatives: None

My advice to future students is: Select the units which add the value to your masters degree

Completed in 2018

Read more

Victoria University has a great cultural background. You can see multicultural diversity inside the University. Lecturers are very supportive and all the lecture materials and study components are easy access via an online platform. Student advisors and the staff are very kind and solve matters ASAP. VU offers lots of fun activities to keep the students and staff entertained. Also it has a nice library which is open 24/7 during exam times and all year online. Librarians helps you to clear many of the assignment doubts and help you to do referencing and etc. they are very very supportive and friendly. However, when it comes to semester fees they are very strict and you have to pay on time to avoid penalties :)

My advice to future students is: If you can form little study groups it will help you achieve your educational goals. As per my experience you should attend the lectures and tutorials regularly to pass the units with flying colours. Also make sure to enjoy uni life! Make new friends, explore what Australia has to offer!

Completed in 2018

Read more

Want to study in Australia?
1000s of students use study101 every month.
"They worked with me to find good Universities in Melbourne to choose to study at." - Sam, International Student Studying in Melbourne.
We can help you find the best place to study.