學校地點：Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Mildura, Melbourne, City (Franklin St. & Collins St.), Shepparton (7 campuses in Victoria)
在最近的2012年澳洲傑出研究排名 (ERA) 中，拉特博大學在維多利亞州排名第3。目前本校共有11項研究領域超乎世界水準之上，其中包括化學分析、微生物學、生理學、護理學、考古學以及歷史學。
● LIMS (La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science) 分子科學研究中心
本校新設立的城市校園將提供給就讀於企業管理及經營管理碩士課程的學生。籌建該校區的目的旨在提供最先進的教學設施及多功能的研討室，同時也規劃了個人研究室、會議室，更提供了位於市中心Collins街的高便利性。This is my university: La Trobe University, Melbourne
La Trobe University is a dynamic, research-intensive institution that challenges convention and pushes the boundaries of knowledge. Equipped with highly qualified teaching staff and degree programs based on industry expertise, La Trobe has a reputation for producing ambitious graduates that pursue positive change in local and international communities.
Melbourne (Bundoora), VIC
City - Franklin St, City - Collins St (Melbourne), Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Mildua, Shepparton (VIC), City - York St (Sydney NSW)
學院及學系: College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce, College of Science, Health and Engineering
Get a degree that combines a global perspective with real-world experience. At La Trobe, you can be part of a community that strives to make a difference.
La Trobe University is a young and vibrant institution with seven campuses throughout Victoria, including its flagship campus located in the leafy suburb of Bundoora, just 14kms outside of Melbourne’s CBD. With a culturally diverse campus that hosts a wide range of student services, La Trobe was hailed as the best university in Victoria for international students at the 2013 Victorian State Government’s International Education Awards.
As a university that seeks creative solutions to global concerns, La Trobe offers over 340 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across a comprehensive curriculum underpinned by principles of global citizenship, sustainability and entrepreneurship. La Trobe’s active social conscience is reflected in its dedicated approach to research that seeks to address the most pressing global concerns of the 21st century; securing environmental resources, building healthy communities, understanding disease and transforming human societies.
Ranked in the world’s top 100 universities under 50 years old in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE), La Trobe is widely recognised for delivering high quality, industry-relevant education that prepares graduates for professional success. La Trobe’s global alumni network includes prominent CEOs, politicians, human rights activists, medical researchers and athletes whose personal and professional achievements have had a positive impact on businesses, communities and the environment on both a local and international scale.
Did you know...?
- Prominent La Trobe University alumni, including environmental activist Tim Flannery, have been identified as some of the most influential people in Australia by featuring in the ‘Power Index’ – a political publication that recognises the nation’s most powerful people across various sectors in the community.
- An influential figure behind the establishment of Australia’s trillion-dollar superannuation industry is La Trobe University economics graduate Garry Weaven, now the chairman and founder of Industry Funds Management (IFM), a multi-million dollar super funds organisation.
- La Trobe University is named after Charles Joseph La Trobe, the first Lieutenant- Governor of Victoria who’s environmental and social values greatly influenced the state. La Trobe’s vision continues to inspire the university to produce far-reaching positive outcomes that benefit the community and environment.
Semester 1: February
Semester 2: July
Summer School: January – February
Box Hill Institute
La Trobe Melbourne
North Melbourne Institute of TAFE (NMIT)
Polytechnic West (Swan TAFE)
Riverina Institute of TAFE
Sports Education and Development Australia (SEDA)
Sunraysia Institute of TAFE
Taylors College (Study Group)
Wodonga Institute of TAFE
La Trobe runs two major colleges across its multi-campus operation that comprises 13 specialist schools.
The College of Arts, Social Sciences & Commerce
Business | Education | Humanities and Social Sciences | Law
College of Science, Health & Engineering
Applied Health | Applied Systems Biology | Cancer Medicine | Engineering and Mathematical Sciences | Life Sciences | Molecular Sciences | Nursing and Midwifery | Psychology and Public Health | Rural Health
Teaching and Research Specialisations/Strengths
- La Trobe’s reputation as a research-intensive university is evident through its membership in the Australian Innovative Research Network of universities that has received over $340 million in research grants, as well as its recent $500 million investment in new learning and research centres within the fields of molecular science, biotechnology, nanotechnology, health sciences and agricultural bioscience.
- La Trobe ranks in the top 100 universities worldwide for arts and humanities in the 2014-15 THE World University Rankings, and 38th in the world for history, classics and archaeology in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2013. La Trobe offers an extensive archaeology program in areas such as Indigenous, African, Palaeolithic and Biomolecular Archaeology, undertakes international excavations and research, and features the state-of-the-art Australian Archaeomagnetism Laboratory.
- The university’s highly regarded MBA program has been positioned alongside the world’s top 200 business schools, as well as ranking 14th in Asia, 4th in Australia and 2nd in Victoria by QS Global Rankings in 2014. Latrobe’s MBA program was the first in Australia to be recognised by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), a leading global accreditation body in the field of business and management.
La Trobe is Australia's best university for research in microbiology, and equal best in biochemistry and cell biology according to the 2012 Excellence in Research Australia Report (ERA). The university’s partnership with the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute, as well as the newly constructed $100 million LIMS Institute, highlights La Trobe’s research strengths in biomedical and molecular science.
- All Melbourne campuses are situated close to a comprehensive public transport network of trams, trains and buses
- Modern facilities available to students include libraries, student study spaces and student lounges
- Student services including the International Student Advisory Network (ISAN) and Language and Cultural Exchange program (LACE)
- On-campus accommodation available at most campuses
- Over 80 student clubs available across all campuses including cultural, political, social, sports and wellbeing clubs
- Many cultural events take place across all campuses including markets, cinemas and public lectures
Melbourne: Fast Facts
Capital city of Victoria
Over 4 million
Four seasons in one day
9 universities in Victoria
Great Ocean Road, Dandenong Ranges, Grampians National Park
Best known for:
Food, arts and music scene, sports, shopping
Melbourne was named the 2nd most student-friendly city in the world according to the QS Best Student City Rankings of 2014
“I have found La Trobe to be a great place because the lecturers are always willing and able to assist me to further my studies. The facilities that are offered are endless. I have also built friendships that will last a life time while studying.”
Anastasia Cullen, Bachelor of Education – La Trobe University website
“At La Trobe, the university’s facilities are extremely convenient, and the staff here are very supportive to international students as well. After graduating from La Trobe University....I will use what I have studied here to apply for my own organisation.”
Arthorn Sinthornchaikul, Master of Marketing Management – La Trobe University website
“I’ve found La Trobe University is fantastic. The lecturers are really supportive, very approachable, and their delivery methods are really quite good. They get you enthused about the lectures, I’ve quite enjoyed it so far. It’s a good mix of people, so it’s a great environment.”
Kristen May Sayer, Bachelor of Nursing and Public Health – La Trobe University website
CRICOS Code: 00115M