Our current partnerships represent genuine and strong collaboration with industry organisations which:
- reflect our strategic plan and research focus areas
- offer productive and valuable outcomes for both parties
- are based on shared values and aims
- foster a two-way exchange of knowledge and opportunity.
In this section you can find out more about some of our current partnerships and how they contribute to our research, education and community goals.
In 'Our partnerships':
Western Bulldogs Football Club
Our unique association with the Western Bulldogs Football Club began during the 1980s.
VU's sponsorship with the Melbourne Vixens highlights our growing reputation as a leading sport univer...
Real Madrid Graduate School Universidad Europea
Real Madrid Graduate School Universidad Europea is a joint venture between Real Madrid Football Club a...
Melbourne Victory Football Club
VU's exciting partnership agreement with the Melbourne Victory Football Club.
Victoria University (VU) and Western Health have been working together since the late 1980s.
Western Jets Football Club
VU and the Western Jets Football Club have enjoyed a productive partnership since 1999, building futur...
City West Water
Victoria University (VU) and City West Water share a broad partnership that spans education and resear...
We are always looking to establish new partnerships and explore opportunities to work collaboratively.
University of Melbourne
Victoria University and the University of Melbourne have agreed to enter into a cooperative arrangement to advance the objectives of both Universities.
The endeavour will include cooperative education and research in the following disciplines:
- exercise science/rehabilitation and physiotherapy
- other health workforce areas
- co-operative work on educational transitions between school and vocational and higher education.
Cultural Respect Encompassing Simulation Training
Cultural Respect Encompassing Simulation Training (CREST) is a collaborative program between the University of Melbourne (UoM) and Victoria University (VU), training health care practitioners to communicate more effectively with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people.