Get in touch

Contact us if you need to find more information:

Melbourne (Bundoora) Campus

Or you can drop in at the Global Lounge, located in the new Career Ready Space on Level 2 of Agora East at the Melbourne Campus and speak to one of our advisors on duty for general enquiries. For specific regional enquiries, drop in during one of the times below to speak to the relevant regional advisor.

Day and timeRegion
Monday, 11am-1pmAmericas and ISEP
Monday, 1pm-3pmShort programs
Tuesday, 11am-1pmEurope
Tuesday, 1pm-3pmAsia
Wednesday, 11am-1pmShort programs
Wednesday, 1pm-3pmAmericas and ISEP
Thursday, 11am-1pmAsia
Thursday, 1pm-3pmEurope

Bendigo campus

Students at Bendigo campus can meet with the Exchange Coordinator (Education building Rm 2.13) between the hours of 10:00-1:00 and 2:00-3:00pm, or email to make an appointment.

Mildura, Shepparton, Albury-Wodonga campus

Students at Mildura, Shepparton and Albury-Wodonga campuses can have a consultation by phone (5444-7269 - Bendigo campus) or Skype if preferred.

Get to know the team

Harshini Egorov, Senior Coordinator (Asia and Study Abroad)

An international student from Sri Lanka, I have travelled to many parts of the world for studies, work and leisure. I am passionate about promoting overseas study opportunities - the experiences and lessons learned cannot be replaced by anything else.


Christine Watson, Coordinator (Americas and ISEP)

I studied at La Trobe and went on two overseas programs during my degree…best decisions of my life!


Tim Bendle, Senior Coordinator (Short Overseas Programs)

I have studied abroad in the US and South Korea and enjoy the opportunity to share my experiences with students.  I believe the experience, skills and enjoyment international experiences gives students is an important part of any degree.


Milou Kauffman, Coordinator (Europe - except Scandinavia)

I am originally from The Netherlands and have studied both there and as an exchange student in Northern Ireland.

This life changing experience has made me passionate about working in international education.

I have now travelled to over 20 countries and gained experience working at the Study Abroad office of a University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands.

I would recommend everyone to take the chance to go abroad, as it opens a lot of doors to new opportunities, networks, friendships and especially personal development, which are great assets when looking for a job after graduation.

Shiri Synan, Coordinator (Regional Campuses and Scandanavia)

The best part of my job is seeing the excitement and delight of students as they come and go on their overseas adventures!

Zeyneb Akgun, Senior Officer

I love travelling and have been overseas 8 times to more than 6 different countries. I also have a sweet tooth so love to try the lollies and chocolate from all over the world.

Highly recommend students to study overseas and travel without extending their degree -plus you have access to funding too. It's a no-brainer.

Kim Siemensma, Manager

I have now lived and worked in the USA, Hong Kong and Australia, plus visited over 30 countries and even completed exchange at Stirling University.  All these amazing places have shaped who I am now, built up my confidence, turned me into a foodie and helped me get a job in exchange!