Why choose Federation University?

Join Victoria’s #1 university for Teaching Quality, Student Support and Graduate Full-time Employment^

There's a course to suit you

Federation offers over 400 programs - from TAFE, short courses, to degrees and beyond.

Browse our Course Finder to find out about what you can study and applying for our program.

Discover your pathway to study

Pathways can help you transition through your study life and career. Whether you have an existing qualification that you want to consider credit options for, or you are looking for a pathway through an alternative entry method, we have options available to help you get there. Find out more

All the support you need

We understand that starting your life as a university student is exciting, but that it also involves change with a challenge or two along the way.

To help you meet these challenges, and to succeed, we have developed the following range of student-focused programs including Student Futures Program, Returning to study (FAST program) and support for students with disabilities.

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Experience uni life

Our aim is to get you off on the right foot from day one, to meet new people and make new friends.

There are so many great opportunities for you to meet staff and students to make a smooth transition into university life.

You can get involved in a club, society or sports team on campus, or participate in recreational trips and activities held throughout the year.

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Small class sizes

Our class sizes are smaller than most metropolitan institutions, meaning you can receive one-to-one assistance directly from your lecturer or tutor.

Get job-ready

Our teaching facilities and equipment meet the very highest standards to ensure you are well prepared for industry and research.

Our programs are regularly reviewed to ensure they have national and international relevance. Our close links with major industries play an important role in the design of our programs which will greatly benefit you as a new graduate.

^Source: The Good Uni Guide 2021