Benefit from a world-class university and a supportive, multicultural campus
Whatever your pathway to university – from year 12, TAFE, or if you are returning to study – our dedicated staff are committed to your success and helping you achieve your dreams.
Your study experience
Why study at La Trobe's Shepparton Campus?
World class in rural health
Our nursing subjects are ranked in the top 100 globally.
Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), 2022, QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022: Nursing
95% of Shepparton students secure employment by their graduation date.
Source: Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019
Partnerships and community engagement
We work to achieve the goals of the community
We partner with numerous organisations and community groups throughout Shepparton.
Meet our students
The benefit of being a student in a small, multicultural campus is the provision of a family environment. The Shepparton Campus is a home to me in that I feel a sense of belonging, with friendly academic staff who are always available. I know most the staff by name and vice versa. Studying in such a supportive and friendly environment not only enabled me to successfully complete my Bachelor of Arts degree but also gave me the confidence to undertake my Honours studies. With the continued encouragement, support, and care of my lecturers I have completed my Honours Degree in Sociology (First Class).
Studying nursing at La Trobe’s Shepparton Campus is a fantastic experience, and a valuable beginning to my career as a healthcare professional. Our fully equipped Clinical Learning Unit has enabled me to practise important clinical skills in a safe environment before going out on placement. Rural nursing placements in the Goulburn Valley are very hands-on and I always feel like a vital member of the team. I have participated in a lot of fun social events on campus and learned valuable teamwork and leaderships skills that I will carry with me throughout my career as a registered nurse.
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Thursday 02 June 02:00pm
Researchers from the La Trobe Rural Health School are seeking participants for a study into community perceptions of Social Work
La Trobe Rural Health School Deputy Dean Dr Melanie Bish will be creating a university-led graduate transition program for rural nurses as part of an exclusive Rural Leadership Program.
La Trobe’s Violet Vines Marshman Centre for Rural Health Research launches Australia's first Rural Health Consumer Panel
We would like to acknowledge the Yorta Yorta and Bangerang Country. We acknowledge the beautiful and unique landscape, waterways and animals of this area.
Elders of the Yorta Yorta Bangerang communities and their Ancestors are the traditional custodians of this land for many centuries. We acknowledge their living culture and their continuing roles in the life of this region.