As a graduate of La Trobe, you may be eligible for a 10 per cent fee reduction when you apply for a full-fee postgraduate course.
The Alumni Advantage benefit reduces the tuition fee for all subjects by 10 per cent and is available to local and international alumni.
Your eligibility for the reduction will be assessed when you apply for a postgraduate course. Take advantage of this alumni benefit today and begin your postgraduate journey.
Why postgraduate study at La Trobe?
La Trobe is ranked in the top one per cent of universities in the world1 and is rated well above world standard in 23 fields of research2.
You can study on your terms in the following ways:
- You can choose how you study by integrating your postgraduate study with work and family life. Many of our courses allow you to study full time or part time. You can also study online, or on campus at one of our many metropolitan and regional campuses.
- Evening classes or intensive ‘block learning’ is available in many courses, including the Master of Business Administration and Master of Business Analytics. Many subjects also incorporate online video streams that allow you to participate from home or work.
- If your personal circumstances change, you may be able to exit early. Most of our master's programs let you graduate with a graduate certificate or diploma if you’ve completed the minimum requirements.
Short Courses: Small commitment, big benefits
Upskill fast. La Trobe short courses help you get up-to-speed in your industry or make a switch to a new career. Build the skills you choose.
Check out our Postgraduate Webinar Series where you can gain an insight into your course of interest. Hear from expert academics as they provide you with information into the course content and structure, along with graduate outcomes and the application process.
To find out more about your study options, register for a one-on-one consultation with one of our postgraduate course specialists.
2 Australian Research Council, 2019, Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Outcomes 2018