The VU Forum is designed to help you support your students and answer their queries about career and course options, types of entry and support services at VU.

The event provides you with in-depth course information, updates from VU, and an opportunity to explore key teaching and research facilities.

2017 VU Career Practitioners' Forum highlights

Attendees at the 2017 Career Practitioners' Forum heard professional and academic staff speak about the new education experience Victoria University will offer students in 2018.

The forum opened with details about the First Year Model – an innovative approach to learning and teaching based on a block mode of study. We shared information about flexible timetables, the advantages of smaller class sizes and creating lasting peer connections.

Other sessions included: 

  • discussions about unconventional career paths
  • the importance of student participation and welfare
  • an admissions overview
  • an update on our education offerings.

Presentations from the 2017 VU Forum

  • First Year Model: An Australian First in 2018
    Presented by Ian Solomonides - Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning Innovation and Quality, and Andrew Smallridge - Interim-Dean, First Year College 
  • A personalised student experience
    Presented by Naomi Dempsey - Director, Student Services, Belinda Gibson - Acting General Manager of Student Wellbeing, Sue Stent - Senior Student Advocate, Craig Barrie - Manager, Student Engagement & Communications, Leon Kerr - Manager, Student Centres & Advising
  • Education offerings at VU
    Presented by Rob Strathdee - Dean, College of Arts and Education

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