La Trobe partners with CFA, St John Ambulance & Duke of Ed for Aspire
La Trobe jumps 25 places in global rankings of universities under the age of 50
Also features in top ten nationally in humanities
La Trobe launches Indigenous cultural literacy unit for all students
Australia's scepticism of science experts needs to stop
Top business degree ranked number four nationally – and 14th in Asia
New Indigenous scholarships provide support for primary schools
Historian Dr Emma Robertson is offering a multidisciplinary subject in 2015 based in Sheffield, United Kingdom.
New scheme will encourage more mature age regional students to study
In this 2015 intensive block mode subject, ABS3EAV: Encountering Aboriginal Victoria, students will be introduced to a wide range of Aboriginal topics that relate to Shepparton and the surrounding areas.
La Trobe offers fee certainty to Aspire students
First round of Aspire students receive offers
Historians Adrian Jones and Susan Gilbert are offering a history and Mediterranean studies subject based in Turkey in 2015.
Applications for the next round of Hamer Scholarships are open from 11 August – 21 September 2014.
Take part in the 2014 University Experience Survey.
New partnership creates easy transition from University to TAFE
Online applications now in effect.
Albury-Wodonga Indigenous leaders were recognised at the Naidoc Awards
The two new academic and research college heads have been named.
The new Aspire program will reward community-minded secondary students
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