New initiatives for students at the City Campus

Do you study at the City Campus (Collins Street)? Don’t miss out on the newly established events, supports and activities for you! Enjoy free lunch every Monday, organised by the City Campus and La Trobe Student Union. Food will be served twice daily to cater for the morning and evening students. Looking for jobs? Meet…

Need help with assessment tasks?

Check out Achieve@Uni, La Trobe’s online resource for help with library research skills, referencing, learning at university, writing, reading, presentations, English language and maths. You can find out what you need to know, try out your skills, and get linked to more help. You can also drop in and see a Peer Learning Advisor or…

IMPORTANT: release of results

Results for Semester 1 were released on 13 July 2016. Your subject results will be sent to your student email address and also published at StudentOnLine. If you fail one or more subjects, it is important to be aware of the University’s Academic Progress Monitoring and Intervention procedures. For access to the policy visit latrobe.edu.au/policy/all-policies.…

Free dinner: Christmas in July

La Trobe University Accommodation Services is running a FREE event for all international students with Unicare (clubs & society). You will receive FREE Christmas DINNER!! There will be themed games and presents. This is a FREE event – please register here (for catering purposes). Date: Thursday 28th July Time: 5.30 pm All registered guests will be…

Interested in working on Campus?

Jobs on Campus helps you connect with La Trobe employers who are looking to hire casuals on campus. Working on campus is convenient and can also help you develop employability skills valued by employers, make new connections, and contribute to a vibrant campus life. How does it work? Book and attend a Jobs on Campus…

Tips for exams

It is exam season again so don’t forget to check your exam timetables carefully for the date, time, venue, and allowable materials (where applicable). It is important that you familiarise yourself with the exam rules. Organising study groups with your classmates will be useful as you may have questions that they have the answers to…

Subscribe to Melbourne’s international student newsletter – Meld Magazine

Meld Magazine was incorporated in September 2008 as an independent not-for-profit media outlet to reach out to international students in Melbourne, and provide students the opportunity to gain real work experience. Their editorial team is made of both local and international students who are volunteers in providing relevant news and information to international students. Subscribe…