Melbourne Polytechnic’s Greensborough campus will reopen its doors in early 2017, returning training to the north Melbourne site.
As well as training, the site will also be home to one of Victoria’s new state-of-the-art Tech Schools.
The Government is investing $10 million in reopening the Greensborough campus, which closed in 2013.
There will be an additional investment to construct and establish the Banyule Tech School, which will be an innovative shared learning centre for secondary school students in the region, with links to local industry.
A vision and strategy has been developed for the site which includes three major themes: health and community services, business support and STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths).
Melbourne Polytechnic will now develop a detailed business plan with the first VET courses to be delivered in early 2017. The campus will become fully operational in 2018, with the Tech School expected to open mid-2018.
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