Hume Multiversity

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Hume Multiversity aims to develop and promote partnerships between business, education and community by offering a range of programs and services which increase employability and assist local businesses and industries to grow.

Multiversity delivers programs under six pillars:

1. Collaboration and problem solving
2. Workforce development
3. Training Courses and Pathways
4. Internships and work experience
5. Community research
6. Entrepreneurship

Multiversity Initiatives

Hume Multiversity partners with leading training institutions and industry bodies to help residents develop the skills needed for the jobs of the future.

Hume Multiversity also provides scholarship opportunities through Kangan Institute, La Trobe University, Melbourne Polytechnic, Victoria University and Deakin University for Hume residents to increase the educational options available.

For further information, please go to the Hume Multiversity webpage or email us at Multiversity@hume.vic.gov.au

External Resources

Free TAFE

The Victorian Government are offering free TAFE for priority courses to give more Victorians the chance to study at TAFE. This covers tuition fees for students who are eligible for government-subsidised training.

Visit Free TAFE to learn more.

The Victorian Skills Gateway

The Victorian Skills Gateway is managed by the Victorian Department of Education and Training.  The courses listed on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are either regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs comprising units of competency from regulated qualifications.  All training providers listed on the Victorian Skills Gateway are registered under the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) or the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA).

Visit Victorian Skills Gateway to learn more.

Federation University and Federation TAFE

Federation University and TAFE aim to make a real difference to the lives of every student, and in the communities that they are proud to be part of. They are uniquely positioned as a dual-sector university to provide pathways from vocational education and skills training at Federation TAFE, through to higher education programs. Federation have a range of fully supported online courses, and their flexible study options mean you can study the way you like.

Visit the Federation Uni Future Students page to learn more. 

Coursera

Coursera was founded by two Stanford University Professors and partners with more than 200 leading universities and companies to bring flexible, affordable, job-relevant online learning to individuals and organizations worldwide. They offer a range of learning opportunities—from hands-on projects and courses to job-ready certificates and degree programs. They offer limited free online courses.

Visit Coursera to learn more.

edX

edX is a global non profit founded by Harvard and MIT. They are home to more than 20 million learners, the majority of top-ranked universities in the world and industry-leading companies. Their online courses aim to transform education through removing barriers of cost, location and access. They offer limited free online courses.

Visit edX to learn more.

FutureLearn

FutureLearn is jointly owned by The Open University and SEEK Ltd. They have partnered with 175 international partners including non-university to provide fully online content. They offer limited free online courses.

Visit FutureLearn to learn more.

The Good Universities Guide

The Good Universities Guide is owned by Good Education Media and is an excellent resource for all things relating to Courses, Institutions, Scholarships, Events and Study Information.  They offer accessible data and analysis, which allows students and families to make informed decisions about education and career pathways.

Visit The Good Universities Guide to learn more.