- 85Acceptance Rate
- 136Available Programs
- 33000Average Cost
- 81.4Employment Rate
La Trobe University was named after Charles Joseph La Trobe, the first Superintendent of the Port Phillip District from 1839 to 1850 and first Lieutenant-Governor of the new colony of Victoria from 1851 to 1854. He was driven by his need to make a difference to the communities he served, leaving a legacy that continues today at La Trobe University.
Undergraduate Entry into a Bachelor Degree program at La Trobe University requires completion of Australian Year 12 (or international equivalent) with a certain grade, and meeting subject pre-requisites (if applicable). Please check your course for details.
Entry into a Postgraduate degree program at La Trobe University requires completion of Australian Bachelor degree, with marks as outlined in our course guide. Each course at La Trobe University has a minimum English language requirement for entry.
La Trobe University provides scholarships for international students. For more information