Study in Albury-Wodonga

Albury-Wodonga, on the Murray River, is Australia's largest inland regional centre. This thriving region provides a wide range of employment, sporting, leisure, cultural and entertainment opportunities – a great place to live, as well as to study. With ready access to University-wide resources and personalised support and tuition from dedicated staff, the Albury-Wodonga campus has much to offer.

We provide undergraduate and postgraduate courses with full-time and part-time study options. You may be eligible for our Regional Reward.

Courses available at Albury-Wodonga campus

Postgraduate courses

For information about Postgraduate Research options, please contact:

Dr Jennifer Jones

Postgraduate Research Coordinator

Albury-Wodonga Campus

P: (02) 6024 9848


College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce

Postgraduate coursework:

Master of Business Administration – La Trobe MBA

Master of Teaching (Primary)

Master of Teaching (Secondary)

College of Science, Health and Engineering

Postgraduate coursework:

Master of Social Work

TAFE pathways to La Trobe

Complete your diploma and degree in one package

We've come together with Wodonga TAFE to provide you with a unique opportunity to complete a diploma and degree in one package.

With Dual Enrolment you can co-enrol in diplomas and degrees at the same time – offering you a streamlined pathway to gaining both qualifications. You'll gain the flexibility of either:

  • completing a diploma and entering the workforce or
  • continue studying and graduate with both a TAFE diploma and a La Trobe University degree.

Course options for Dual Enrolment

Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care/Bachelor of Early Learning [PDF 113KB]

Diploma of Nursing/Bachelor of Nursing [PDF 111KB]

Diploma of Community Services/Bachelor of Community Services or Bachelor of Human Services and Master of Social Work [PDF 159KB]

Short courses

Schools and departments at the Albury-Wodonga campus offer some short course options that may include summer school subjects.

College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce

The following short courses are offered by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Albury-Wodonga campus:

  • Aboriginal studies
  • Art history
  • Arts
  • English
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Politics
  • Sociology

For further information, contact the School of Humanities and Social Sciences:

T: 1300 135 045 W: Future Students website Enquire online: Ask La Trobe