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Message from the Vice Chancellor
Welcome to Federation University.
You are now a valued student at one of Australia’s most prestigious Victorian-based universities. Established in 1870, Fed is the third oldest tertiary institution in Australia. Since then we have forged close links across our region, as well as our national and international partners. More than 19,000 students are now studying a range of Higher Education and TAFE courses at Fed.
We are delighted to work in association with Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT) to enable students from around the world to obtain a valued qualification from us.
Fed has consistently received a five-star rating for teaching quality from the Australian Good Universities Guide. The University also ranks extremely well for graduate satisfaction, getting a full time job, starting salaries, access by equity group and cultural diversity.
The University guarantees the quality of its programs delivered at Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT). If you successfully complete one of these programs you will receive an internationally recognised qualification.
In an increasingly global environment your international experience and qualifications will enhance your career and personal life as well as the lives of your family, friends and those in the broader community.
On behalf of the University, I wish you every success in your chosen program at Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT).
Professor Helen Bartlett