Make Bosnia and Herzegovina your campus

The School of Engineering and Mathematical Science and La Trobe Learning and Teaching are organising a unique interdisciplinary project-based elective subject (15 credit points) open to all Trobe University undergraduate students in their third year of study (outstanding 2nd year students can also apply). International students are welcome to apply! Who and What? Would you…

Protect yourself from Scams

Scams are designed to trick you into giving away your money or your personal details. Scams come to you in many forms – by mail, email, telephone, over the internet and door-to-door. There are several methods that scammers use to steal your money or personal details. Here are two common ones: The first one is…

Looking for an internship or graduate job?

Careers and Employability presents three career MasterClasses to assist you in improving your chances with graduate and internship job applications. Find out what employers look for when selecting candidates. Meet and network with a range of employers who are keen to meet La Trobe University students. Employers include: The Royal Children’s Hospital, CSIRO, Adecco, Bendigo…

Are you an international student leader?

The Council of International Students of Australia (CISA) National Conference 2017 is being held in Canberra from 3 to 6 July. It is a great opportunity to develop your leadership skills and capacity to represent the interests of international students. The conference is proudly supported by Study Melbourne. If you are interested in attending the…

Free event – Welcome to the AFL

Australian Rules Football is quintessentially Australian. Love it or hate it – everyone is talking about it, watching it, playing it and cheering on their favourite team. In 2017, The North Melbourne Football Club, also known as The Kangaroos is once again opening the doors to the training ground at Arden Street for all to…

City of Melbourne wants to hear from you!

The City of Melbourne is working with the independent research company, Colmar Brunton, to conduct this online survey with international students – and we would love to hear from you about your experiences! Your feedback will inform us about what we are doing well and how we can better meet your needs. Click on this…

LTSU Advocacy Service is here to help

Our Advocacy team offers support to a student or group of students who may be experiencing difficulty related to an academic, administrative or welfare issue. The LTSU Student Advocacy service operates independently of the University which means that Advocates can assist students without bias or influence from the University. The service is confidential, professional and…