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Your study experience
Why study at La Trobe's Mildura 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
95% of Mildura students have secured employment by their graduation date.
Source; Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019
Our partnerships and community connections
We work to achieve the goals of the community
We partner with numerous organisations and community groups throughout Mildura.
Meet our past students
The campus has so many connections and networks, locally and far away. Staff are always able to help you gain insight into an industry or access to a potential career path. One thing I loved about the Mildura Campus, was the small class sizes. Obviously by being a smaller campus, this allowed me to get more one on one assistance than I would get at a large campus – which I was most concerned about when I first began thinking about uni.
I still really miss studying on campus at La Trobe in Mildura, I felt a real connection to the staff and really love learning! I couldn't have had a better experience if I tried. I felt like I was a part of the university community and was always willing to help out either volunteering, paid work or assisting other students. I think those connections are extremely valuable and helped me feel a real sense of belonging to La Trobe. I'd like to thank all staff who truly made my university experience much more than I could ever have hoped for.
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Thursday 01 October 05:30pm
Thursday 01 October 10:00am
More than 300 health workers are upskilling to provide mental health support to their clients
Native scorpions are thriving in Australia’s sandy landscape
Navigating Year 12 and the next steps can be a rollercoaster of emotions for students, but it also can be a tumultuous journey for parents. The Rowe family share their story.
La Trobe University proudly acknowledges the First Peoples of the Millewa-Mallee, The Latji Latji, Ngintait, Nyeri Nyeri and Werigia, as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the Country. We pay our respects to the Elders past and present of First Peoples of Millewa-Mallee and the ancient connection they hold with their Country.