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Why choose La Trobe?
Study your way
You can choose from new majors and minors, and study online, on campus or both
Calculate your ATAR
You can estimate your ATAR and discover your course options
Leaders in gender equality
Study at a uni ranked #1 for gender equality in Australia^
Reputation for excellence
Study at a uni ranked in the top 1% of unis worldwide#
Learn from mentors
You’ll learn from industry experts who’ll mentor and support you
^Times Higher Education (THE), 2021, Impact Rankings 2021
#Times Higher Education (THE), 2020, World University Rankings 2021; Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), 2020
Choose your path to La Trobe
Find your pathway
We know life doesn’t always go to plan. So no matter what your dream course is, we have a pathway to get you there.
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Frequently asked questions
No, you should always list your courses in order of your preference. That means you should list your ideal course as number 1, your second favourite course as number 2, and so forth.
You’ll receive an offer for the highest eligible course on your list. If you don't list courses in your preferred order, you may miss out your ideal course.
For VTAC applications, you can change, reorder, add or remove courses to your preference list from Monday 2 August at 9am to Monday 20 December 2021 at 4pm at the latest.
If you submit your VTAC application before ‘timely’ closing date on Thursday 30 September, the application fee is $42. From 1 October to 5 November, the fee is $122.
The UAC key dates and fees may vary, so please visit their website for more information.
You should always place your course preferences in the order you would like to receive offers. For example, if Bachelor of Education (Primary) is your ideal course, then list this as your first preference.
In this example, the pathway course is the Diploma of Teacher Education. This course should also be included in your eight preferences to ensure you’re still on the right path if you aren’t offered your first preference.
To confirm your Aspire conditional offer, you will need to list it as your 'highest eligible preference' through VTAC/UAC. That means the Aspire offer will need to be listed as your highest course on your preference list where you meet all admission criteria. Therefore, if you receive an offer for a course higher on your preference list than your Aspire offer, that new course will become your formal offer.
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