Current student and alumni profiles


Urban explorations
Haunting images of abandoned industrial buildings and what they represent - discover the work of Stephen Marton, a third-year photography student .


Meet students who are currently studying and find out about their experiences.

Kiri Joyce,

Bachelor of Legal Studies

"What I love about La Trobe is its ethos. I found my feet when I started studying."

Kaytlin Hancock,

Bachelor of International Development

"La Trobe had the course that I was looking for and also a beautiful, big campus away from the city."

Kevin Kapeke,

"I believe that a primary goal for La Trobe as a university is to train world leaders."

Rachael Roberts,

Bachelor of Journalism (now offered as the Bachelor of Media and Communication (Journalism)

"I was elected to be the editor of the La Trobe student magazine, Rabelais, for the La Trobe Student Union"

Rachel Van Gemert,

Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts

"La Trobe has a strong commitment to social justice and this has featured strongly in my Arts/Law degree."

Raquel Martins,

Bachelor of Media and Communications

"I chose to study at La Trobe because I felt welcomed and like I was a part of the community before I even"

Angel Bottaro,

Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology and Aboriginal Studies) Honours

"My studies at La Trobe have profoundly influenced my world view."

Anthony Lay,

Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies)

"One of the great things about La Trobe is the amount of leadership opportunities there are on campus."