$5,000 grant to help regional students
Regional Year 12 students who need to travel more than 90 minutes to get to university may be eligible for the $5,000 Tertiary Access Payment (TAP) grant.
Your study experience
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
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.
Meet our students
I chose La Trobe law because I knew I’d use the skills in any sector. For me, being in court was a game changer; I discovered a passion that’s led to community volunteering, advocacy, awards and youth leadership. I’m excited to see where it takes me next.
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.
Discover our campus and city
Living in Bendigo
Learn about our city's history and vibrancy.
La Trobe Art Institute
La Trobe Rural Health School
Bendigo Tech School
Bendigo Blogs - our stories
Contact our team
Public artwork results from rich collaboration between artist and scientist
Ella is in her final year of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Medicine) and hopes to leave behind a legacy through her new role as President of LARHC
Major study finds regional women need more support to breastfeed
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.