Study in Mildura
Studying at La Trobe's Mildura Campus offers you the best of both worlds – a leading university and a close-knit, supportive campus.
Whether you're straight from year 12, transitioning from TAFE or starting from scratch as a mature age student – you'll study in a supported environment at our campus.
We offer industry-responsive courses that meet the needs of the current job market. Because of our strong industry relationships, you'll benefit from local placements while studying, or with metropolitan partners of La Trobe once you graduate.
The Regional Reward program guarantees every regional student the opportunity to participate in a work placement program and a Student Exchange Mobility grant for overseas study.
You'll benefit from small class-sizes and dedicated staff who provide you with a platform to support you to chase your dream career.
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Study from your own home with the benefit of support at the Mildura Campus.
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Pathways and entry schemes
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Apply for a scholarship to support your studies.
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Learn about student life at our Mildura Campus.
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Returning to study
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Meet our past students
Your time at university is so much more than just the degree at the end. Studying close to home can provide you with the many opportunities to really make the most of the experience. I wanted to learn and experience the principals of nursing in another country and develop my knowledge and skills on a global level and studied in Sweden for a semester. Every student at La Trobe who goes on a semester exchange receives a mobility grant of $2000, and I was fortunate enough to receive a couple of scholarships as well. Plus, La Trobe was super helpful in making my trip even more affordable and provided complimentary travel insurance.
The first reason I decided to study my MBA was the learning and growth opportunity; the second reason was that it’s really becoming a prerequisite to have an MBA on your file; and thirdly, largely, for career advancement. An MBA is fast becoming a prerequisite for career advancement. My advice to others would be, don’t be worried about the workload. You should treat it similar to a sport, where you have to train two nights a week and then you generally have one day on the weekend that you’re committing to that sport. If you can commit that as the bare minimum, you should be able to navigate through an MBA quite easily.