Study in Albury-Wodonga
Studying at our Albury-Wodonga Campus offers you the best of both worlds – a leading university and a close-knit, supportive campus.
Whether you're straight from year 12, completing a degree after finishing TAFE, or starting study as a mature age student – you'll study in a supported environment at our campus. You'll benefit from small class sizes and dedicated staff who can help you secure your dream career.
We offer industry responsive courses that meet the needs of the current job market. You’ll benefit from our connections with local industry leaders and gain applied experience through completing local placements. The Regional Reward program guarantees every regional student the opportunity to participate in a work placement program and a Student Exchange Mobility grant for overseas study.
Studying online with us and living in the local area, you will benefit from the local support services of our campus. You will also have the ability to undertake placements locally. More than 45 per cent of our students are the first in their immediate family to attend university and more than 40 per cent are mature age (over 21).
Many of our graduates stay and work in the local area and bolster the local workforce in sectors such as health, education and business.
Courses in Albury-Wodonga
Explore the courses at our Albury-Wodonga Campus.
Undertake flexible study with an online degree.
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Returning to study
It's never too late to start studying, find out how we'll support you.
Pathways and entry schemes
There are a number of ways to start studying at university. We can find the right pathway for you.
Support yourself through study with our scholarship opportunities.
Regional Benefits Program
Our Regional Benefits Program can support you with your studies.
How to apply
Here's how to take the first step to apply for study.
Begin your application
Learn about student life at our Albury-Wodonga Campus.
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Meet our students
La Trobe is about wanting to make an actual difference. It's not just: 'you come to uni, you do your degree and you leave'. The more I’m here, the more I feel that passion and that’s what encouraged me to become involved as a Student Ambassador.
I wanted to remain in a regional area and La Trobe Albury-Wodonga has a really lovely campus with a great community feel. I was 24 at the time and my biggest fear was whether I would be able to be successful or not, but so far success has hinged on being proactive and managing time rather than ability.