- kulanui o
- Victoria University
Victoria University (VU) mea i paʻa ma muli ma Melbourne, Nuhōlani. Ka mea, he pālua-kaiaulu tertiary kula hoʻolako papa ma na oihana, a me noa, a me ia kekahi Education (TAFE).
Ke kulanui i mau pā kula ma Melbourne ke kikowaena hana Apana, komohana māhele'āina, a ma Sydney. It no hoi e kaumaha ana i nā papa ma hoapili ia kulanui ma Asia, me ke komo pu China, ʻInia, Kuete, Malaia, Sinapoa, a Vietnam. Ma mua o 47,000 nā haumāna, me a puni 15,000 lahui nā haumāna, aʻo ma Victoria University, ma 2014.
VU iʻehiku nā kula nui, i kaua, hana, ka hoʻonaʻauao, hana 'enekinia, a me ka' epekema, olakino, a me biomedicine, kanawai a me ke kaulike,, and sports and exercise science. Kahi mea hou aʻe, VU ka Victoria Polytechnic hoʻolako Vocational ka hoʻonaʻauao, a me aʻo.
VU kaua eono noiʻi institutes, a me ehiku noiʻi oaio? U. ua kukulu Research pulakaumaka wahi a puni ekolu themes:
- Sports, ola kino a me kaʻeleu ola
- Education, lifelong palapala, a me ka pōʻaiawaiwai, ulu
- Mea hānai na hana a me na livable kulanakauhale
i 2016, VU kēia kona 25th lā hoʻomanaʻo e like me ka kulanui, ka mea e hoi e nana kona centenary e like me ka hoʻonaʻauao kula.
Ua i oi aku ka lanakila ma mua o ka ikaika, a ua mākaukau nō hoʻi i ka hana i ko oukou puka ia oukou makemake - a aole ka he maikaiʻano a pau e hele ma laila ma mua o ka teaming i me Victoria University (VU).
Makou kālele ana ma luna o ka hopena pahu hopu: haumāna i puka 'oihana-makaukau. Ko kakou hana i pili ai, a alakaʻi ma kula e like me ka hoomaewaewa kokua puka o kākou forge holomua 'oihana,' ma ka hoʻok & 'oihana wahi.
Ko makou kahuna-Profile hana i pili ai kaumaha aku oukou lima-maluna workplace aʻo a me ka waiwai kūkākūkā kūpono. Oukou e puka aku me nā mākau, a me ka makemake-ao ka hoao ana i ka haku hana manaʻo, a nana aku no ka mea, i loko o ko lākou mau aaiuo.
Makou e kaumaha aku i ka papa i nurtures kēlā haumāna ke kanaka holomua ma:
- ole nā mahele mai TAFE i ka hoʻonaʻauao kiʻekiʻe
- nui haumana kākoʻo lawelawe
- ka nui loa o na huahelu haʻawina o kekahi kulanui ma Victoria.
Loaʻa i kou moe 'oihana,' me ko oukou kāʻei kua ole ATA ʻai paʻa ana ia oe hoi.
Kela hoa keia hoa o ka VU kaiāulu, ua hoʻomōhala i kōkuaʻana i kouʻia oiaio ia oukou a hiki i - a, aole kakou e haawi mai a hiki oe piha i ka mākaukau no ka lanakila.
Kula / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
- ka hana 'enekinia & Science
- Health & Biomedicine
- Law & Justice
- New & Creative Science
- Victoria Polytechnic
- VU College
The idea for a technical school based in the western suburbs of Melbourne was first proposed in 1910. The Footscray Technical School opened its doors to 220 haumāna, a me 9 kumu i loko o 1916 after five years of fundraising.
Charles Archibald Hoadley was the school’s principal from its founding until his death in 1947. His vision was to aid and distinguish students who had not only a sound technical knowledge but also an appreciation of the arts, haʻuki, outdoor and community activities. He believed in educating students “for life as well as for living” and wanted students to view education as opening the doors of opportunity.
Under Hoadley’s leadership, the school expanded rapidly and began offering trade certificate courses, diplomas in architecture, hana, and contracting, as well as evening classes. War and the Depression saw a dip in numbers. Eia naʻe, ma 1943, aia aku nei 2500 students enrolled in courses taught at the Footscray Park and Footscray Nicholson campuses.
The following decades saw gender and cultural shifts. Women first enrolled in day diploma courses in 1960, and changes to the federal government’s immigration policy resulted in many more European and Asian students entering the school.
i 1958, the school changed its name to the Footscray Technical College. Ten years later, it changed its name again, this time, to the Footscray Institute of Technology (FIT). The secondary school component was separated from the rest of the institute in 1972.
By the mid-1970s, the expanded curriculum included degree courses and was well beyond the technical focus of the original Footscray Technical School.
Further changes occurred in the 1980s with the technical and trade education section separating from FIT to form the Footscray and Newport Colleges of TAFE.
i 1990, FIT merged with the Western Institute, which had been founded three years earlier to provide TAFE and higher education courses to the outlying suburbs in Melbourne’s west. i 1990, it was established as a university by the Victorian State Parliament as Victoria University of Technology. A further amalgamation occurred in 1998, this time with the Western Melbourne Institute of TAFE. i 2005, the Victoria University of Technology Act of 1990 was amended to rename the university as Victoria University, reflecting the development of the university’s teaching research into wider domains.
The institutions that combined to form VU over more than 80 years include:
- Footscray Technical School, renamed Footscray Technical College and later Footscray Institute of Technology
- Newport Technical College, renamed Newport College of TAFE
- Melbourne School of Hairdressing
- School of Painting, Decorating and Sign Crafts
- Melbourne Technical College of Hairdressing
- Melbourne College of Decoration
- Footscray College of TAFE
- Flagstaff College of TAFE
- Western Institute
- Gellibrand College of TAFE, renamed Western Metropolitan College of TAFE
- Western Melbourne Institute of TAFE
- Victoria University of Technology
- Victoria Polytechnic
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