Have your say about SSAF!

Share your thoughts about your student experience at La Trobe by responding to the 2017 SSAF Survey before 17 September. Your responses will help to determine priorities for future funding and initiatives designed to enhance your student experience at La Trobe.   This survey has 13 core questions and should take around 10 minutes to…

Volunteers needed – International student focus group

Choosing to do university studies in another country is a big step for students, their parents and friends. If you are passionate of improving international student experience at La Trobe, Join our international student focus group over lunch (12pm-2pm) on either Monday 31 July (Undergraduate student focus group) or Wednesday 2 August (Postgraduate student focus…

Surfing with an international flavour

With Victoria’s range of beautiful beaches, big waves and breathtaking coastlines, it’s no wonder that among the array of sporting clubs at La Trobe, a surf club would exist. The La Trobe Surf Club, or S@LT (Surfing at La Trobe), has long been a staple of the sporting landscape at the university. The club runs…

Competition: we want your Melbourne story!

How did you end up in Victoria? What is a Melbourne experience you’ll never forget? Share your story for the chance to get published and win great prizes! Study Melbourne has partnered with Melbourne Writers Festival for the first time to bring your stories to life on the Fed Square big screen, and celebrate them…

ASK La Trobe – cashless from 7 December

To create an improved experience for students on campus, ASK La Trobe on the Melbourne Campus will go cashless as of 7 December this year. This means ASK La Trobe will no longer accept cash and you will need to use credit or debit cards when you make payments relating to education related charges. This…

Become an e-friend and help new students in 2016

La Trobe International is looking for current international students across all disciplines and campuses to help new students with their preparation and settling into university life. An e-friend is an experienced La Trobe University student who volunteers their time to answer questions and queries about living in Australia and studying at La Trobe University through…