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Studying in 2021
We look forward to welcoming students onto our Victorian campuses in Semester 2 in line with Government directions.
We are planning to offer face-to-face classes in Semester 2, 2021 in many subjects across our campuses, though some classes will continue to be delivered online (particularly lectures). As always, we are prioritising student and staff safety and working within the guidelines provided by the Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services.
Some of your classes (particularly lectures) may continue to be delivered online for the following reasons:
- providing classes for students unable to return to Australia
- accessibility for students and teaching staff with vulnerable health conditions or those restricted from attending campus in person
- the subject is offered in fully online mode only.
Student support services are available in face-to-face operations on our Victorian campuses, and we will continue to provide online access to these services in recognition of the improved access for students this has provided.
The health, safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and community remains La Trobe’s top priority and we will continue to ensure University operations comply with the Government’s public health directions.
For more information, please check the COVID-19 Student FAQs.
Currently outside Australia? You can begin studying online now and be ready to join us on campus once borders reopen.
Currently in Australia? Learn more about how you can apply to study at La Trobe University.
Learn about our course content and structure, graduate outcomes, the application process and the support you will receive as a La Trobe postgraduate student.
Meet some of our students
I was worried that I might not be able to juggle my other commitments alongside my studies, with three children of my own. I was worried that university wasn’t a place that I’d fit into. But that hasn’t been the case at all and I’m enjoying being at the Albury-Wodonga Campus.
The La Trobe MBA has been a great experience – starting with an intense role-playing exercise with Mick Malthouse and culminating with a rock climbing expedition to the Arapiles while researching a marketing plan for an outdoor adventure company. The opportunity to undertake postgraduate study in a regional city while working full-time has been a great privilege.
Why study at La Trobe?
La Trobe ranks in the top 100 universities worldwide for quality education.
Times Higher Education (THE), 2021, Impact Rankings 2021
Employers ranked La Trobe graduates the most innovative and adaptable in Victoria.
Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT), 2020, 2019 Employer Satisfaction Survey