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Smart Skills program

Smart Skills is run before semester begins, preparing you for university study and increasing your chances of success.

What we cover

  • Learning in the digital age
  • Reading and note taking
  • Planning, structuring and writing academic texts
  • Referencing, paraphrasing and summarising
  • Organising your study

Take part in the one-day program, which offers you the opportunity to practice your skills and get feedback.

Register for the Albury-Wodonga day program.

In 2017, the program runs on Wednesday 15 February.

More information:

T: (+61 2) 6024 9772
E: p.brosche@latrobe.edu.au

Tertiary Enabling Program

The Tertiary Enabling Program is an award winning preparatory program for mature age students delivered in Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Melbourne North (Broadmeadows/Craigieburn), Mildura and Shepparton.

For detailed course and contact information, please visit the Tertiary Enabling Program page.

More information:

T: (+61 2) 6024 9772
E: Fiona Elgin: f.elgin@latrobe.edu.au

Social Work student, Michelle Wayenberg, completed the Tertiary Enabling Program (previously known as the University Bridging Program). Hear what she has to say about her experiences in this short video.

 

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Special Tertiary Admissions Test workshops

The Albury-Wodonga Campus runs a preparation workshop for the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) Multiple Choice.

The STAT Multiple Choice is a two-hour aptitude test that helps universities assess your academic potential. It is made up of 70 questions that test the skills considered important for tertiary success. La Trobe uses it for Mature-Age Special Entry to most courses.

The workshop explores the types of questions in the STAT, to help you feel more at ease about it. We run the workshop in early October every year.

You may not need to do the STAT to get into the course of your choice. Please contact us to discuss the entry requirements for our courses.

More information

T: (+61 2) 6024 9772
E: Fiona Elgin: f.elgin@latrobe.edu.au

For more information about the STAT, visit the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) website.