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GOTOVU is a knowledge base of frequently asked questions for future VU students.
You can search answers to common questions about applying for courses or commencing study at VU.

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  1. What do undergraduate and postgraduate mean? An undergraduate degree is usually your first university degree, such as an Associate or Bachelor's degree. You can undertake postgraduate study after you have completed a degree or have equivalent work experience. Postgraduate courses include Graduate Diploma, Master and PhD. For more information, please refer to the...
  2. What is my student ID number and where can I find it? Your student ID number is your identification number provided by VU. The number consists of an "s" followed by a seven digit number. You are issued with a student ID number when you enrol - depending on when or how you enrol, your student number may be given to you on...
  3. What is a 'certified copy' of a document and where can I get one? A certified copy is a copy of an original document that has been verified as being a true copy after the original document has been sighted by an authorised person. Getting certified copies of Victoria University documents (e.g. transcript) Getting certified copies of documents other than Victoria University documents...
  4. How do I enrol online? Most Higher Education (HE) students can enrol online. Vocational Education (VE/TAFE) students will continue to enrol using paper-based enrolment forms until further notice. If online enrolment is available for your course, you will be notified in re-enrolment communications. You need to use  Google Chrome for...
  5. Understanding your Grade Point Average A Grade Point Average ( GPA ) is the average result of all grades achieved by a student during a course of study at a tertiary level. Victoria University offer a GPA score based on a 7 point system, which can be generated on your Academic Transcript (a score of 7 represents highest, and 0 represents the lowest level...
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