This year sees the introduction of two brand new degrees – the Bachelor of Bioscience and the Bachelor of Science (Applications in Society).
‘These two degree programs build upon La Trobe University’s reputation as a world-class place to study science in a practical environment,’ says Mr Woodward.
For prospective students who might have been thinking about beginning university this year – perhaps it was a new years resolution? – it’s not too late to apply.
The Albury-Wodonga campus will offer Apply Direct opportunities from 4th to 8th February, for undergraduate and postgraduate programs that allow late direct entry.
Students interested in looking at study options for Semester 1 can attend a Further Study Consultation at the campus between these dates. At a Further Study Consultation, it’s possible for on-the-spot offers to be made to individuals who are eligible for entry and are able to provide the relevant documentation.
Contact Leo Whyte on 02 6024 9785 or email@example.com to make an appointment for a one-on-one appointment.
‘We look forward to welcoming new students from all ages and backgrounds to the campus, both on enrolment day and for orientation week from 26th February,’ says Mr Woodward.
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