Why study gender, sexuality and diversity studies at La Trobe?

Learn from the best

Learn from academic staff with expertise in feminist history, gender and education, women’s health, identity politics and more.

Meet La Trobe's feminist education and research scholars.

Top 200 globally

One of the world’s leading university ranking agencies ranks our arts and humanities subjects among the world’s best.

Times Higher Education (THE), 2021, World University Rankings 2022 by subject: arts and humanities

Transforming human societies

La Trobe is conducting leading research into gender, sexuality and human rights.

Read more about our research areas of interest here.

Career opportunities in gender, sexuality and diversity studies

Career pathways

Studying gender, sexuality and diversity builds skills in critical thinking, cultural awareness and communication to prepare you for a range of careers.

Possible roles include:

  • Public relations specialist
  • Journalist
  • Equal opportunity and diversity officer
  • Communications coordinator
  • Youth or social worker
  • Legal and human rights advocate

Future employers

Potential employers of gender, sexuality and diversity studies graduates include:

  • Government agencies
  • Community health centres
  • Media networks
  • Welfare providers
  • Local councils
  • Human rights organisations
  • Corporate human resource departments

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