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Daim Zaidi

Daim Zaidi

Current student; International student, Bachelor of IT

“The smaller number of students in class makes a big difference”


When Daim was concerned about how he was doing at the beginning of his Diploma, he reached out for support and everything changed.

Considering where to study, Daim investigated La Trobe University Sydney Campus which he thought was a good option due to course availability, location and affordability. Being able to complete the Diploma of Information Technology and progress directly into the second year of the Bachelor of Information Technology was a big selling point.

However, in his first semester Daim was concerned about one of his subjects. ‘My teachers helped and supported me a lot. At first I wasn’t happy with my performance, so I asked for help and I ended up doing really well!’

‘I’m now so confident with my IT skills, programming and web development. Teachers respond really quickly to help out in any way they can. I ended up using my hour-long consultation time and received really good feedback on my assessments.’

In fact Daim did so well he ended up winning one of La Trobe University Sydney Campus, academic scholarships.

Daim made use of the services on campus and built his confidence, becoming a peer-support tutor, academic mentor for IT subjects, SRC member and eventually SRC President.

‘I would recommend that students contribute as much as they can, that they get involved, attend class and participate in activities arranged by the SRC. I had a cousin studying here but I made my own friends by getting involved on campus.’

‘A friendly multicultural environment within the campus helps me to learn a lot of things about life and different ethical and cultural values. Latrobe University Sydney Campus feels like a home full of lovely family members and being president of the SRC I feel like I am a big part of that family.’

Now in his second year of the Bachelor of Information Technology, Daim says ‘there are still two years left to enjoy the opportunities and experience here at La Trobe.’

Olivia Ryan

Olivia Ryan

Graduate, Bachelor of Health Sciences (Medical Classification)/Bachelor of Health Information Management

““The placements really tie everything that is studied in the theoretical class subjects together'”


When Olivia was looking to study a health related field, the opportunity to combine business, information technology and health science in one career immediately got her attention.

‘Health Information Management (HIM) really appealed to me because I wanted to study something related to health, but I was disinterested in the clinical side of directly handling patients. It has a mixture of clinical information, as well as managerial and data analysis subjects, which I really enjoy.’

Olivia says she chose to study health science at La Trobe University Sydney Campus after being impressed with the Campus and the support programs offered by the University. ‘When starting the course I was pleasantly surprised that the lecturers all got to know me by name. The cohort for this course is somewhat smaller than some other courses, so it’s really quite an advantage and we were are able to form a good relationship with our lecturers.’

‘The course offers such a broad range of subjects, which gives you the ability to develop so many different skills. You are able expand and apply your knowledge of clinical diagnoses and procedures and I really like the informatics side of the course, since we are gaining skills in the creation and manipulation of large databases in the health sector.’

Olivia is in her final year and already has a part-time job in the heath sector. ‘The amount of employment opportunities that are afforded to you after completion of the course is very comforting, as you know that after working hard at university you are likely to find a job, since there is such a growing demand for qualified Health Information Managers.’ The School estimates that more than 90% of its HIM students are employed in the sector within three months of graduating. The Bachelor of Health Sciences (Medical Classification)/Bachelor of Health Information Management includes industry placements in second, third and fourth year.

‘If you’re interested in what the course has to offer, then I would encourage you to pursue it. It offers such a broad range of subjects and the practical experience gained in the field throughout the course is truly rewarding.’

‘La Trobe is really such a good university; it is very accommodating, and has such an inviting atmosphere around the campus. The range of services provided by the University is more than I expected when starting the course, and it’s also a great environment to meet new people!’