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Our Collingwood campus has been delivering vocational training for over 100 years. Just three kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD and a two-minute walk from ultra-hip Smith Street, this Melbourne Polytechnic campus is vibrant and connected.

Innovative facilities are just the beginning

Our Collingwood campus’s newly-refurbished library includes an innovation space and hub for social enterprises, community groups and short courses. It's a great place to generate ideas, hang out with friends and meet like-minded people.  The Victorian Government has committed $40 million for further enhancements at our Collingwood campus. Get ready for facilities tailored to digital media production, IT training, creative arts and foundation studies to take you into future industries

Collaborate with industry while you study

You'll be able to connect and collaborate with our industry partners at our Collingwood campus. If you you’re passionate about a cause or have an idea for an innovation, connect with our wide range of partners onsite. Our partners include the National Youth Commission, the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC), the Melbourne Innovation Centre and AchieveGlobal. These partners share our vision of inclusivity and innovation in education and want to make change happen.

Location

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Bus

  • 200, 201 City - Doncaster
  • 203 City - Bulleen (via Eastern Fwy)
  • 205 Melbourne University - Doncaster (via Kew Junction)
  • 207 City - Donvale
  • 546 Heidelberg - Melbourne University

Tram

  • 86 Docklands City - RMIT Bundoora

Train

  • Victoria Park Station (zone 1) Mernda or Hurstbridge lines