Studying at La Trobe Albury-Wodonga is a uniquely Australian experience
Study with us and you’ll receive a personalised learning experience with friendly staff and access to modern facilities. You’ll also benefit from our connections with local industry leaders and gain applied experience through our Work Integrated Learning program. Join a close-knit community against the backdrop of the Murray River, snowfields and historic towns, with plenty of employment, culture and sporting opportunities. What are you waiting for?
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Your study experience
Why study at La Trobe's Albury-Wodonga Campus?
We offer a leading career-ready program that develops the professional skills that employers want.
La Trobe’s Career Ready Advantage means you develop the skills employers want.
Top 50 in the Asia-Pacific
La Trobe is ranked as one of the best 50 universities across East Asia, South-East Asia and Oceania.
Times Higher Education (THE), 2019, Best universities in the Asia-Pacific region 2019
Partnerships and community engagement
We proudly partner with local organisations and community groups throughout the Albury-Wodonga region.
Through our local partnerships, our students and the community benefit from various public forums, sponsorships and the Work Integrated Learning program.
Meet our students
Probably the best thing about smaller classes is the way you can connect to teachers; it’s based around your learning. It’s easy to ask questions and connect with other students in the class. It's a great feeling at Albury-Wodonga as you're usually friends with people in your class who you can then socialise with outside of uni.
I moved from Griffith (NSW) to attend uni here. I wish people knew how welcoming and lovely the community is here at La Trobe. I was apprehensive before coming to uni as I didn’t know what it’d be like however I’ve had a positive experience with the people – everyone is willing to help out. I wish people knew how rich the experience of studying at a regional campus can be. There is a tight-knit community here, an aspect which can often be absent at metro campuses.
Contact our team
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Tuesday 24 August 04:30pm
Dr Lyndal Sheepway has been appointed as the Learning Development Coordinator at Gateway Health
Thanks to financial support in place and the added benefit of close-knit campus communities, studying rural health courses at uni is now much more achievable for parents.
La Trobe University Change Proposal released for consultation
La Trobe University proudly acknowledges the First Peoples of the Dhudhuroa Wiradjuri, as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the Country. We pay our respects to the Elders past and present of First Peoples of Dhudhuroa Wiradjuri and the ancient connection they hold with their Country.