The Victoria University, Melbourne was created in1991, but its history goes back to 1916, when the original school, the Footscray technical School, was established. It was intended to offer an education that would prepare them for a role in the skilled worker category and lift them out of the unskilled category. Today it is considered the university of the West and boasts of around 40 000 students following higher education and vocational education and training in various campuses of the university. Times of Higher Education (THE) World Rankings for 2016, 2017 and 2018 have ranked the university among the world’s Top 2%. THE University rankings 2017 have placed it 56 among the the world’s top universities aged under 50. The Victoria university is a public university, one of the 39 such public universities in Australia, which is a dual-sector university where students following vocational training could create a pathway to higher education, from a certificate course to undergraduate and even a postgraduate degree. Courses are offered in the disciplines of Arts, Business, Computers and IT, Education. Engineering and science, Health and Bio-medicine and Law and Justice The campuses are located in Melbourne’s central Business District and western suburbs. There are 7 campuses across the central business district and the suburbs of Melbourne.
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