Minimum ATAR requirements

Successful Aspire applicants receive an early conditional offer into La Trobe. This includes a minimum ATAR requirement for your chosen course. Most courses have a minimum ATAR of 50, but some professional degree programs have higher requirements.

The table below shows the minimum ATAR for professional degree courses for entry through Aspire in 2018. If your preferred course is not listed here, the minimum ATAR is 50.

Course Title

Metro

Regional

Applied Science/Clinical Prosthetics and Orthotics

70

-

Applied Science/Clinical Audiology

70

-

Applied Science/Dietetic Practice

70

-

Applied Science/Occupational Therapy Practice

70

70

Applied Science/Orthoptics

70

-

Applied Science/Physiotherapy Practice

90

90

Applied Science/Podiatric Practice

60

-

Applied Science/Speech Pathology

75

75

Arts/Science

55

-

Biomedicine

55

-

Commerce

70

 

Commerce/Agricultural Science

70

 

Commerce/Arts

70

 

Commerce/Computer Science

70

 

Commerce/Health Sciences

70

 

Commerce/International Relations

70

 

Commerce/Science

70

 

Cybersecurity/Commerce​

70
 

Early Childhood and Primary Education

-

60

Education (Primary)

60

60

Education (Secondary)

60

60

Exercise Science/Exercise Physiology

-

60

Health Sciences in Dentistry/Dentistry

-

97

Information Technology (Professional)

80

80

Law (Undergraduate Entry)

80

80

Law Double Degrees

80

80

Nursing/Midwifery

70

70

Oral Health Science

-

70

Paramedic Practice (Honours)

-

55

Pharmacy (Honours)

-

65

Politics, Philosophy and Economics

60

-

Psychology (Honours)

70

70

Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology)

65

60

Science Double Degree Program

65

65

Science/Business

-

55

*ATARs subject to change

Aspire offers are made in September and are conditional upon meeting the minimum ATAR as well as standard pre-requisites and any extra requirements.

Please note: All Initial Teacher Education courses require students to undertake the CASPer test in order to be considered for entry. CASPer is a non-cognitive online test designed to assess an applicant's personal and professional attributes and is a requirement for many of the initial teacher training courses in Victoria. For more information on CASPer, please visit the VTAC website.