Bendigo Campus

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At Bendigo, you'll have access to dedicated teaching staff who are always available to support students.

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Choose a uni that gives you a clear path to success with enhanced courses, flexible study options, real industry experience and strong career outcomes.

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Your study experience

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Student life

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Returning to study

Returning to study

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Scholarships

Scholarships

We offer a range of scholarships to support you during your studies.

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Why study at La Trobe's Bendigo Campus?

World class in rural health

Our regional campuses are home to Australia’s largest rural health school. Our nursing subjects are ranked in the top 100 globally.

Quacquarelli Symondsn (QS), 2020, QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Nursing

World class in engineering research

Our research in civil engineering is top-rated nationally and rated ‘well above world standard'.

Australian Research Council, 2019, Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Outcomes 2018

Career ready

94% of Bendigo students secure employment by their graduation date.

Source: Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019

Research at Bendigo

We pride ourselves on our world-class research and connections to the community.

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Meet our students

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I enjoyed studying at La Trobe Bendigo as the course allowed me opportunities to complete placements at Bendigo Health Hospital which drove me to apply for a position in a very diverse and rewarding workforce. Being a part of the rotational program allows me to gain skills in a range of areas that I am passionate about

Hannah Brady
Occupational Therapist,
Bendigo Health
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The thing I loved about my subjects is you can just get lost in them. I found my passions. At the risk of sounding cliché, it really opened up a whole new world and certainly broadened my horizons. An arts degree just opens so many doors.

Riley Upton
Bachelor of Arts (English and History), Journalist,
The Maryborough District Advertiser

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Indigenous Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge the people belonging to Djandak, the country our Bendigo campus is situated on; these people are the Djaara Djaara people of the Dja Dja Wurrung language group. The Djaara people are one of 5 Traditional Owner groups that make up the Kulin Nation.  We acknowledge the living culture of the Djaara people and we pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging.