LTSU Re-Orientation Clubs Festival

You’ve got your student ID. You’ve figured out the best way to get to campus. Now, it’s time to start making the most of your time here and join a club! Join the La Trobe Student Union (LTSU), check out one of the LTSU’s clubs & societies, connect with a La Trobe student support service and…

Support for City Campus students

La Trobe recognises that there is a growing number of international students studying at our city campuses at Collins Street and Franklin Street. In order to provide better customer service to these students, International Student Services will visit the City Campus weekly on Wednesdays. This will begin from 15 March until the semester finishes. This…

Want to know how to improve your grades?

Feel like you didn’t achieve your best last semester? You may be interested in attending a free ‘How to improve your grades’ workshop. The workshops are facilitated by staff from our academic and support services teams, and will provide you with an opportunity to discuss tips and strategies to help you succeed next semester! Register…

Support Services for international students

Are you a new student? Getting familiar with university systems (e.g. LMS) and processes, and understanding assessment tasks can be daunting. Luckily, our Student Development Advisers are here to help. Whether your questions are general or study-specific, the advisers will do their best to point you in the right direction. We also have a number…

Are you completing your studies?

As a student completing your course in 2016, you are invited to a unique series of workshops designed to give you an edge in your job search. You will receive direct support from our experienced career advisers in developing your individual job search strategy, connecting with your profession, preparing effective job applications and practicing for…

Become an e-friend in Semester 1, 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,…

Need careers and employment advice?

Got a question about your career options, further study, or getting a job? The La Trobe Careers team can help. Access our free online Career Ready Program, which is designed to help you think of ways to create a career path, learn how to find a job or work experience opportunity and put together a…