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    Welcome

    La Trobe

    to

    All kinds of clever

    Choose from more than

    2 000 subjects

    We’re In The

    Of Universities worldwide1

    Top 1.2%

    Choose to study at our

    or

    Campuses

    Melbourne

    Bendigo

    We’re ranked

    in the Asia-Pacific region2

    Top 50

    Sports-related subjects, Archaeology,

    Philosophy and Nursing are ranked

    in the World3

    Top 100

    3. QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019

    2. Times Higher Education Top universities in the

    Asia-Pacific region 2019

    1. Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019,

    Webometrics Ranking Web of Universities 2019

     
     
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    Bendigo Campus

    Life in Melbourne

    The State of Victoria

    Make your time at La Trobe a memorable
    one. There’s more to La Trobe than just going to class and completing
    assignments. Get to know your fellow
    students, join one of the many clubs
    and societies, attend an event or
    lace up the boots and get active.

    Campus life offers

    La Trobe Institute for Molecular Sciences (LIMS) Building, Melbourne

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

    AACSB-accredited Business School

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    La Trobe University is more than
    just a place to live. You’ll have
    memorable experiences, develop
    lifelong friendships and be part of a
    supportive, safe and social community.

    Living on campus

    Living off campus

    International Student Services

    Living Costs

     
     
     
     
     
     
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    For further enquiries

    Telephone
    +61 3 9479 2112

    Free-call
    1800 619 768 (within Australia)

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    studyabroad@latrobe.edu.au

    latrobe.edu.au/exchange-study-abroad

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    Ask a question or experience university life

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Welcome

    La Trobe

    to

    Choose from more than

    2 000 subjects

    We’re In The

    Of Universities worldwide1

    Top 1.2%

    Choose to study at our

    or

    Campuses

    Melbourne

    Bendigo

    We’re ranked

    in the Asia-Pacific region2

    Top 50

    Sports-related subjects, Archaeology,

    Philosophy and Nursing are ranked

    in the World3

    Top 100

    3. QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019

    2. Times Higher Education Top universities in the

    Asia-Pacific region 2019

    1. Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019,

    Webometrics Ranking Web of Universities 2019

    Clever can mean academic results. Great test scores. Top marks on an essay.

    That’s one way to think about clever.

    But at La Trobe University it’s not the only way, because we offer a personalised experience that develops every part of you.

    We teach you the technical skills to land your dream job, in courses
    co-designed with industry. We offer Work Integrated Learning to build your professional experience. And we help you develop the skills employers value most: passion, resilience, empathy and curiosity.

    La Trobe’s research is ranked in the top 1.2% of universities worldwide*, and our partnerships with international institutions and industries promote a truly global education for our students. That means a winning edge in today’s competitive job market. All delivered in a diverse, supportive environment at one of the world’s best universities.

    Don’t just be clever. Be all kinds of clever.

    *QS World University Rankings 2019;
    Webometrics Ranking Web of Universities 2019

  • Campus Life offers

    • Student support services
    • Library facilities
    • Fitness centres
    • Cafés and retail options
  • About La Trobe

    Founded in 1967, La Trobe’s dedicated
    teachers and world-class facilities continue
    to produce independent thinkers and highly
    competent professionals across all walks
    of life.

    Located north of the city centre, our Melbourne Campus is set among extensive parkland, waterways and a native wildlife reserve home to emus, kangaroos and koalas.

    You can follow your passion with a choice of more than 2 000 subjects and enjoy the many activities available on campus. Once you’re done with study, take a tram to the city, or team up with new friends and escape into Victoria’s beautiful surrounds.

  • La Trobe boasts more than 90 clubs and societies for you to join. From animal rights and archaeology, to swing dancing and board games, there’s bound to be something to excite your interest.

    Clubs and
    societies

    Find a Club

     
     
  • La Trobe hosts a large number of events every year to educate, entertain and inspire. From public lectures and entrepreneurship
    workshops to social events, there are many ways to get involved.

    Events

     
  • Join a team or take advantage of our
    on-campus Sports Centre, which offers a
    range of services to keep you fit and healthy while you study.

    Sports

    La Trobe Sports Park

     
  • Our brand new

    La Trobe Sports Park

    opens soon

    Find out more

    The La Trobe Sports Park will transform Melbourne’s north to provide a regional sporting precinct that will be able to support sport competitions and active recreation opportunities for community members.

     
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    Tour the University in 360°

    Melbourne
    Campus

    Surrounded by bushland, our Melbourne Campus is one of the largest in Australia. Located 14 kilometres from the Melbourne city centre, the vibrant campus has a variety of cafés, sports centre, medical centre, cinema, student accommodation and a multi-level library. We are a welcoming community, with state-of-the-art research centres and our own wildlife sanctuary. 

    Getting to campus

     
     
  • Getting to campus

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    Tips for getting to campus

    Set in Melbourne’s north, 14 kilometres from the city centre, the Melbourne Campus is easily accessible by bus, tram, train, bike and car. Getting to and from the Melbourne Campus is now quicker and easier with the Route 301 express shuttle bus running between the University and Reservoir train station every 10 minutes. If you are coming from the city centre, you can take advantage of the direct bus Route 350 and the estimated travelling time is 45 to 50 minutes.

     
     
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    For a taste of life in regional Australia, you can choose Bendigo as your study abroad campus.

    Currently undergoing a A$50 million upgrade,
    the campus will offer world-class library, technology and engineering facilities. You’ll benefit from our connections to local businesses, festivals, galleries and sporting teams.

    Bendigo
    Campus

    Getting to campus

     
  • Getting to campus

    Find out more

    Located 150 kilometres north-west from Melbourne, the Bendigo Campus is accessible by bus, train and car. Bendigo has an extensive bus network to move around the city and get to and from the Bendigo Campus in Flora Hill.

     
  • Your city of culture

    A city for all tastes

    Australia’s sporting capital

    Melbourne has ranked consistently as one
    of the world’s most liveable cities. It’s also
    ranked in the top three student cities worldwide.*

    Life in
    Melbourne

    Princes Bridge and the Yarra River.

    * QS Best Student Cities 2018

    Getting around Melbourne is easy with our extensive network of trains, trams, buses and bicycle paths.

     
     
     
  • From Melbourne’s hidden laneways to its distinctive surrounding suburbs, you’ll never want for cool cafés, pubs, bars, galleries, festivals, shopping and sport.

    During your stay, you might catch the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne Fashion Week, Melbourne Writers Festival, Melbourne Fringe, various music festivals and street parties, or the all-night, city-wide White Night, where Melbourne comes to life in a blaze of colour.

    Your city
    of culture

    The Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens

    A city for all tastes

    Australia’s sporting capital

     
     
  • Melbourne enjoys a well-earned reputation for outstanding food and coffee.

    You’ll find a variety of authentic, affordable and delicious options at Melbourne’s many Vietnamese, Chinese, Greek, Italian and Indian restaurants and eateries. If you want Ethiopian, Korean, or a steak night at the local pub, we’ve got that too.

    For indulgent weekend mornings, find a café
    and nestle in with breakfast, friends and the newspaper. If you like to eat, you won’t leave disappointed.

    A city for
    all tastes

    Your city of culture

    Australia’s sporting capital

     
     
  • Melbourne is the sporting capital of Australia and plays host to an impressive range of sporting events.

    Attempt to understand a game of international cricket, Australian Football or rugby; hold onto your hat at the Formula 1 or the Spring Racing Carnival; grab a seat at the Australian Open, or head down to Bells Beach for the Rip Curl Pro surfing competition.

    Australia’s
    sporting capital

    Friday night game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground

    Your city of culture

    A city for all tastes

     
     
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    Away from the cities, Victoria has a wealth
    of attractions for nature lovers.

    Victoria’s size makes it easy to explore. Rent a car, catch a train or book a tour to see the Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island, The Otways, Wilsons Promontory and the Yarra Valley wineries. Go hiking in the You Yangs or the Grampians. Visit the historic cities of Healesville and Castlemaine, or take in the alpine wilderness of the Snowy Mountains area.

    Victoria is Australia’s second most populous state. Originally inhabited by the Aboriginal people of the Kulin nation, Victoria is now
    home to six million people from every part of
    the world.

    The State
    of
    Victoria

    The Grampians National Park, Western Victoria.

    Bendigo

     
  • Bendigo

    Bendigo is a vibrant hub in regional Victoria. Originally the epicentre of the 1850s goldrush, it is rich in Australian history and features grand, Victorian-era architecture. Bendigo also has a strong multicultural history, with one in five of the early population emigrating from China. Now a large and modern city, it remains surrounded by native bushland. This gives it a bright yet relaxed energy and
    ensures a rich and focused learning experience.

    Top: Sacred Heart Cathedral
    Bottom: A Bendigo Tram

  • The tuition fees for the 2019 and 2020 Study Abroad program per semester are shown below:

    4-subject option (60 credit points):
    A$9 200
    3-subject option (45 credit points):
    A$6 900

    Tuition fees are subject to change annually.1

    Tuition fees

    1. 60 credit points (4 subjects) is a full-time
    study load at La Trobe University. If your
    home institution requires a 5-subject
    enrolment, special approval will be
    required by La Trobe University and
    additional fees will apply.

  • Arts, humanities
    and social sciences

    • Aboriginal studies
    • Anthropology
    • Archaeology
    • Art history
    • Asian studies
    • Classics and ancient history
    • Creative and professional writing
    • Crime, justice and legal studies
    • English
    • Gender, sexuality and
      diversity studies
    • History
    • Human geography
    • International studies
    • Latin American studies
    • Linguistics
    • Media studies
    • Philosophy
    • Politics
    • Screen studies
    • Sociology
    • Sustainability and development
    • Theatre and drama

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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Business and economics

    • Accounting
    • Agribusiness
    • Economics
    • Environmental management
    • Event management
    • Financial management
    • Human resource management
    • International business
    • Management
    • Marketing
    • Sport management
    • Tourism and hospitality

    AACSB-accredited Business School

     

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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Creative arts

    • Screen
    • Theatre
    • Visual arts1
    • Writing

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    1. Bendigo Campus only.

     
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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Education

    • Early childhood education
    • Education studies
    • Physical, health and outdoor education1
    • Primary education
    • Secondary education

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    1. Bendigo Campus only.

     
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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Engineering

    • Civil engineering
    • Industrial engineering

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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Health sciences1

    • Exercise science
    • Health and sustainability2
    • Health promotion
    • Human nutrition
    • Human physiology and anatomy
    • Nursing
    • Pharmacy2
    • Public health
    • Social work

    Find out more

    1. Entry into some health sciences subjects is restricted and cannot be guaranteed.
    2. Bendigo Campus only.

     
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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Information Technology

    • Computer science
    • Cybersecurity
    • Information technology

    Find out more

     
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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Languages

    • Chinese
    • French
    • Hindi
    • Indonesian
    • Italian
    • Japanese
    • Modern Greek studies
    • Spanish

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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Law

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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Science

    • Agricultural sciences
    • Animal and veterinary biosciences
    • Biochemistry
    • Biological sciences
    • Biomedical science
    • Botany
    • Chemistry
    • Environmental geoscience
    • Genetics
    • Mathematics
    • Microbiology
    • Molecular biology1
    • Nanotechnology
    • Pharmaceutical chemistry1
    • Physics
    • Psychology
    • Statistics
    • Wildlife and
      conservation biology
    • Zoology

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    1. Bendigo Campus only.

     
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    Subject areas

    At La Trobe, you can customise your
    study plan with a wide selection of
    subjects offered by the College of Arts,
    Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC)
    and the College of Science, Health and Engineering (SHE). La Trobe Business
    School is AACSB-accredited – the
    highest standard of achievement
    for business schools worldwide.

    Arts, humanities and social sciences

    Business and economics

    Creative arts

    Education

    Engineering

    Health sciences

    Information Technology

    Languages

    Law

    Science

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Access the Student
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    Step 2

    Access your email to retrieve your username and password.

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    Log in to the Student Portal and start your online application.

     

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    Complete your application by scanning and uploading the following documents to the Student Portal:

    • copy of your official academic transcript (if your transcript is not in English, please also provide a certified English translation)
    • evidence of your
      English language proficiency, if you are from a non-English speaking country
    • one-page personal statement stating why you would like to study at La Trobe University as a Study Abroad student
    • academic reference from your home institution
    • copy of your passport ID page.

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    Once your application is approved, you’ll receive an email with your offer letter and a step-by-step guide on how to accept your offer, pay your tuition fees and provide any outstanding documents.

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    Once you have accepted your offer, you will receive a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). This enables you to apply for an Australian student visa.

     

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  • Important dates

    Semester 1, 2019

    Orientation: 25 February – 1 March
    Semester dates: 4 March – 27 June

    Semester 2, 2019

    Orientation: 22 – 26 July
    Semester dates: 29 July – 21 November

    You should apply to La Trobe University at least 12 weeks before Orientation to allow sufficient time for your visa application.

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    Living on
    campus

    Living off campus

    On-campus accommodation is convenient
    and secure, with university classes only a
    short walk from your room. You’ll have access
    to furnished bedrooms, shared kitchens and
    bathrooms, along with areas to study, relax
    and exercise.

    We offer a range of catered and non-catered
    accommodation options at our Melbourne and Bendigo campuses.

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    Living off
    campus

    Living on campus

    If living on campus is not for you, we can help you find off-campus accommodation close to the University, including:

    • share housing
    • hostels and rooming houses
    • private rental vacancies
    • student apartments.

    Find out more

     
     
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    Study support

    We provide our residents with free academic mentoring and support. You will have access to a textbook borrowing scheme, specialist subject tutors, workshops and more.

    Find out more

    Health and wellbeing

    Services include:

    • individual counselling
    • group programs and workshops
    • self-help resources
    • 24-hour student support hotline.
     
     
     
  • Living costs

    Annual living costs (A$) including off-campus accommodation

    Melbourne

    Bendigo

    Establishment costs

    (average total cost, including bond/rent in advance, utilities connections and household items)

    1 315

    1 260

    Books and stationery

    683

    683

    Weekly expenses

    (including rent, food, household items, utilities, transport
    and entertainment)

    547

    522

    Total estimate

    21 730

    20 735

    Making the decision to study overseas is exciting and life changing. Before you leave, it is important to consider the costs of living in Australia. The below guide provides an average estimate of the costs associated with your studies, so that you can start planning.

    latrobe.edu.au/living-costs

    The Department of Home
    Affairs recommends that you allow A$1 690 per month for living in Australia.

    Please note: Annual living costs will vary according to your lifestyle. Accommodation prices are based on the cheapest options available for off-campus accommodation in Victoria. Estimates are calculated for a single person, indicative only, and listed in Australian dollars (A$).

    For a more detailed list, please visit:

     
     
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    Disclaimer: The information contained in this publication is indicative only. While every effort is made to provide full and accurate information at the time of publication, the University does not warrant the currency, accuracy or completeness of the contents. The University reserves the right to make changes without notice, at any time in its absolute discretion, including but not limited to varying admission or assessment requirements, or varying or discontinuing any course or subject. To the extent permitted by law, the University does not accept responsibility for any loss or damage occasioned by use of any of the information contained in this publication.

    For course information updates, please visit: latrobe.edu.au/courses

    La Trobe University is a registered provider under the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). CRICOS Provider 00115M. Published by La Trobe University, May 2019.

     
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    La Trobe University acknowledges that our campuses are located on the lands of many Traditional Custodians in Victoria and New South Wales. We recognise their ongoing connection to the land and value their unique contribution to the University and wider Australian society.

    La Trobe University is committed to providing opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, both as individuals and communities, through teaching and learning, research and community partnerships across all our campuses.

    The wedge-tailed eagle (Aquila audax) is one of the world’s largest and the Wurundjeri people – Traditional Owners of the land where our Melbourne campuses are located – know the wedge-tailed eagle as Bunjil, the creator spirit of the Kulin Nations.

    There is a special synergy between Bunjil and the La Trobe University logo of an eagle. The
    symbolism and significance for both La Trobe and for Aboriginal people challenges us all to gamagoen yarrbat – to soar.

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  • La Trobe Business School offers courses recognised worldwide through global accreditation and rankings, including the AACSB accreditation shared by only five per cent of business schools in the world.

    AACSB-accredited
    Business School

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  • La Trobe Business School offers courses recognised worldwide through global accreditation and rankings, including the AACSB accreditation shared by only five per cent of business schools in the world.

    AACSB-accredited
    Business School

    Find out more