Registrations are now open for Semester 2, 2017 International Student Host Program

La Trobe International is currently recruiting students who are interested in being International Hosts during the International Registration and Orientation in Semester 2, 2017.International Student Hosts help to create a vibrant host program that supports newly arrived international students and introduces them to new people, La Trobe University and the city of Melbourne. It is…

Become an e-friend in Semester 2, 2017

La Trobe International is looking for current international students who are willing to help new students with their preparations and settling into university life. An e-friend is an experienced La Trobe University student who volunteers time to answer queries about living in Australia and studying at La Trobe University through Facebook and/or Weibo. In return,…

Rebels and Student Services rugby outing

You are invited by La Trobe International, in partnership with the Melbourne Rebels Rugby Union Club, to enjoy a night out watching two of Australia’s favourite teams in action at the Super Rugby. The event will be held on Saturday 13 May from 6 pm to 10 pm at the AAMI Park in Melbourne. You…

Melbourne International Student Conference 2017

The annual Melbourne International Student Conference (MISC) is right around the corner and is an important event for any student wishing to develop their professional skills, network with new people and mingle with industry leaders in their field. Running across two days from Friday 5 May to Saturday 6 May and taking place at Victoria…

Join our Facebook group for international students

The Facebook group ‘La Trobe International Students Connect’ is an informal support network where you can find out information and ask questions about living, studying and working in Australia from those who know best – current La Trobe International students and alumni. Join now to connect with other La Trobe international students and be the…

International students have rights too

International students have renting rights too. Avoid losing money by understanding your renting rights and responsibilities. Make sure you understand all the conditions of any contract you sign, as well as payment and bond conditions and procedures. More information and advice is available at Consumer Affairs Victoria’s website Discover the app that may save you…