Study with the School of Education

Our students – regardless of their degree – get the best balance of practical skills and theoretical knowledge so they can graduate with confidence.

Our approach is focused on practice-based learning in a range of educational settings. We use evidence-based methods to help our future educators graduate ready for the profession and become the best teachers that they can be.

Find out more about how we prepare educators through alternative pathways to study, and enhanced mentoring and support.

Education courses

Education courses

Learn how to motivate your students and be prepared to take on any teaching challenge or change.

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Outdoor Education courses

Outdoor Education courses

Your skills in education, safety, natural resource management and sustainability prepare you for a range of careers.

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Professional development

Professional development

We give education professionals the tools to upskill, reskill and advance into leadership roles.

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Graduate research degrees

Graduate research degrees

Transform the education profession and improve outcomes for all learners and their communities.

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Photo of Shaelee Tonkin-Reeves

One of the things La Trobe prepared me for is adapting to and being flexible in different teaching environments. My placements prepared me for the real world – because that is where you learn to find your own teaching style.

Shaelee Tonkin-Reeves
Bachelor of Education (Secondary),
School of Education

Feature stories

We are raising the quality of education in classrooms around the world.

Education excellence

Education excellence

We are ranked 62nd in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings by subject.

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A conduit to healing

A conduit to healing

Lachlan Saunders, a Larrakia man from Darwin, was inspired to study Outdoor Education by a former teacher.

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Our future teachers

Our future teachers

Outstanding teaching and tailored placements are helping our students to become classroom ready.

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