City Flinders Lane Campus – Victoria University
The City Flinders Lane Campus of Victoria University houses the university’s International Office, English Language Institute and the Osteopathy Studies Clinic, as well. Built close to shops, cafes and public transport, the campus is easily accessible to both the students and staff of the university.
The campus, just like all the other campuses of Victoria University is equipped with state of the art facilities to enhance the students learning experience.
The campus is home to the university’s osteopathy clinic that is open to the members of the public, students and university staff.
The university’s international office is where foreign students are served and attended to.
The Student Village is a university owned residential complex that can accommodate 510 students on 12 hectares of parkland only 9 km from the center of Melbourne. It is close to public transport making travel to the campuses easy.
Sunbury Hall is a University owned residence providing accommodation for 120 students on the Sunbury Campus at 17 Circular Drive, Sunbury. A bus stop is located at the front of the campus providing public transport to Sunbury station and easy access to thecampuses. It is a 35km drive to the centre of Melbourne with easy access to the Calder and Tullamarine freeways.
Victoria Place is a purpose built apartment complex in Footscray with the goal of creating a living and learning community to foster academic achievement. It has 41 fully furnished apartments designed for students. Each room has disability access. The apartments are located at less than 7 km from the heart of Melbourne and is close to public transport and the Highpoint Shopping Centre.
Melbourne, founded in 1835, is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Victoria and the second most populous in the whole of Australia. The Melbourne City Center is known as the Central Business District. Based on the census of 2009, the city had an approximate population of about 4 million.
The city was founded by settlers and it has once become a magnet for explorers during the Victoria Gold Rush of the 1850s. Today, Melbourne City is a center for the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, sport and tourism of Australia. It is often referred to as the cultural capital of Australia. Since 2002, Melbourne has been ranked as one of the top three World’s Most Livable Cities.