Everyone deserves the opportunity for higher education. At La Trobe College Australia, students who might not otherwise meet the university’s academic and/or English requirements are able to ensure they gain entry into their first or second-year studies at La Trobe University.
Through the college’s pathway programs, students can undertake a range of specialised foundation courses or diplomas that help them complete the first part of their university degree in a supportive and tailored study environment.
Your journey at La Trobe College Australia starts with your enrolment and orientation. It’s an exciting first step where you will officially register as a student, enrol in your subjects, and get to meet new friends and staff for the first time.
Before you arrive in Australia, speak to the Accommodation Officer for help with organising your living arrangements. There are a range of accommodation options available to suit your preference and budget.
The Library is a major academic library and the gateway to scholarly information for students. For students on campus it is a central meeting place, a busy hub of campus life. And what if the text book or resource you need is at another campus? The Library operates as one across all six campuses - students can access resources of the whole library network, plus obtain online resources anywhere, anytime.
La Trobe University has several large clubs and societies across all campuses, plus a huge variety of sport, recreational, academic, social and cultural clubs and various special interest groups, professional associations, and sporting clubs also provide a great opportunity for socialising and time-out from studies. And joining the Student Guild can provide even better access and cheaper membership to clubs and societies.