Victoria University’s annual Career Practitioner event, VU in Focus is now booked out. Register your interest to attend and we’ll be in touch with you if a place becomes available.

Date: Thursday 26 May
Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm

As part of the program attendees will explore VU’s new City Campus and participate in interactive panel sessions with Victoria University students and academics. We are also excited to welcome back three VU alumni who’ll share their experiences at VU and beyond.

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Nasir Sobhani
Cert III in Hairdressing

Founder of the Streets Barber and The Clean Cut Clean Start initiative, Nasir Sobhani offers free haircuts to people living on the streets or experiencing hardship. His story of overcoming addiction together with his spirit of generosity and compassion for the community, has seen him recognised globally.

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Tom Boyd
Bachelor of Business

Former #1 AFL draft pick and Western Bulldogs Premiership player Tom Boyd walked away from a multi-million dollar contract to carve out a life away from football. Now a VU Business graduate, he is a passionate advocate for mental health and speaks openly and honestly about his own experience.

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Nyadol Nyuon
Bachelor of Arts

After arriving in Australia as a refugee, Bachelor of Arts graduate Nyadol Nyuon has gone on to become a lawyer, activist and writer. In 2019 she was ranked 11 in the Australian Financial Review Most Influential Women in Australia. Nyadol has recently returned to Victoria University as Director of the Sir Zelman Cowen Centre.

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Covid-19 FAQ’s
Please be aware that due to current Chief Health Officer’s Directives, all visitors over the age of 12 years and 2 months must be fully vaccinated or have a current valid exemption in order to attend a Victoria University campus. Vaccination status will be checked on the day and only those who can provide a copy for viewing of the required documents will be permitted on to campus. For more information on how to make an appointment for a vaccination at a state government vaccination centre please visit https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/book-your-vaccine-appointment.
All visitors will be required to scan into university venues using the Service Victoria App or show an alternative method of evidence to demonstrate vaccination status. Victoria University reserves the right to refuse entry to any visitor who is not able to comply with these conditions of entry. Masks do not need to be worn indoors or outdoors, the Chief Health Officer’s Directives state that masks must be always carried whilst on campus.