Our Peer Learning Advisers have moved

Peer Learning Advisers (PLAs) are experienced La Trobe students who work on all campuses to support your learning. PLAs are friendly and approachable. You will see them on campus wearing red vests with “I’m a Peer Learning Adviser (PLA)” on the back. The new working hours for this semester can be found at their website…

Melbourne Global Careers 2015

The City of Melbourne is partnering with Global Education Solutions to pilot an online virtual career fair for university students in Melbourne from September 7 to 10 this year. La Trobe University is sponsoring this fair with seven other Victorian universities. It is an invaluable opportunity for you to gain a better understanding of job…

Careers Workshop and Alumni Roundtable

Are you an international student completing your studies soon? Are you excited, worried, or unsure about what you will do after uni? Want some career tips and advice from successful past students? Join us for a free and interactive Careers Workshop designed specifically for international students who are completing their studies. It will cover: managing…

International Alumni Roundtable

Join us for a free and interactive International Alumni Roundtable. This is a unique opportunity to hear past international students talk about their own experiences and give you tips on choosing a career path, searching for jobs, marketing your degree and taking those important first steps towards a rewarding career. A light dinner will be…

Student support services on campus

Across La Trobe, we offer a number of different services to support our international students. Students can make a one-hour, confidential appointment with International Student Services (ISS) to talk about things like: academic, financial, accommodation, cultural and personal issues visa issues help on campus community activities and volunteer work opportunities critical incidents University policies and…

Healesville Sanctuary volunteers needed

Volunteering with Zoos Victoria can be a rewarding opportunity to contribute to an internationally renowned zoo based conservation organisation. Key responsibilities include greeting visitors, offering information that will allow visitors to get the most out of their visit and fighting wildlife extinction by advocating for our conservation campaigns to visitors. Please note that volunteering does…

Are you studying engineering?

This is an event organised by Engineers Australia (EA) for local and international engineering students that will graduate in the next six months. If your objective is to either go back home or work anywhere overseas, EA’s event aims to show soon-to-be engineers where their Australian engineering degree can take them. During the event you…

Career Panel with international alumni

Join the Career Panel hosted by La Trobe International, the Career Development Centre and Alumni Relations. Questions about industry, employability and working for Australian businesses will be addressed by a number of international alumni from various businesses. The Career Panel brings our international alumni back to campus to speak with you about career paths, job…

Is your resume strong enough to get interviews?

The Postgraduate Committee invites all postgraduate international students to a seminar on how to write resumes for the Australian job market. You will learn how to tailor your resume so you stand out from the crowd and get called for interviews. When: Thursday 25 September 2014, 4-6pm Where: WLT 3, Melbourne Campus No registration required. For any…