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It’s not too late to start studying in 2017! The New Year is the perfect time to take the next step in your career.

One-on-one consultations

We are offering one-on-one consultations with our expert staff at our Melbourne, Bendigo, Albury-Wodonga, Mildura and Shepparton campuses. You can now book online to have the opportunity to chat about your study options, career goals and our application process.

Why choose La Trobe?

You're connected to industry

When you study with La Trobe you're not just getting a degree – you're getting real-world experience. We offer Internships and Work Integrated Learning across our range of courses, where you'll apply your learning in a real workplace – increasing your employability and building your professional industry networks. Our diverse partnership network includes such notable organisations as The Alfred Hospital, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Carlton Football Club, and Optus, to name a few.

Industry-relevant learning

We bring industry to your classroom with our Professors of Practice. They'll support you by giving practical career advice, access to industry networks and connections, and a learning experience that's relevant and up-to-date with industry trends – ensuring you graduate career ready.

State-of-the-art campuses

Study in an environment pushing the boundaries of technology, and graduate with the skills and knowledge to succeed in your career.

Join over 35,000 students at one of our eight stunning campuses, featuring state-of-the-art facilities such as the La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science (LIMS) and the AgriBio centre for agricultural biosciences. We're also currently developing a world-class sports precinct.

There's no limit to your vision

Tailor your degree to suit your interests by choosing electives from another study area and get a well-rounded learning experience that doesn't limit your ambition.

Join the 160,000 alumni who've gone on to transform lives, professions and communities. Among them, founder and director of Lonely Planet, CEO of AESOP, regional leader of World Vision, and politicians, Olympians and Paralympians.