La Trobe University is one of Australia’s top research and teaching universities with an international reputation for academic excellence and innovation. Established in 1967 La Trobe has multiple modern campuses, the largest campus is located in Melbourne while the other campuses are spread across the state of Victoria. La Trobe has a studentship of more than 30,000 including 7000 international students from all around the world. The university is formed of five faculties including Faculty of Business Economics and Law, Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Health Science and Faculty of Science Technology and Engineering offering over 300 course. For more information, you can submit your enquiry to us during the on-going IDP virtual Education fair.Read more
International Reputation and Academic Excellence
The University is a founding member of the International Network of Universities (INU), which encourages internationalisation through student and staff mobility, research collaboration and cooperation in university management.
La Trobe University has a significant number of international links in research, teaching and exchange and these collaborative activities are invaluable to our success in learning, teaching and research.
University courses are accredited by various accreditation bodies like Chartered Financial analysis [CFA], Certified professional accountant [CPA], Australian Computer Society [ACS], Associate membership of financial services institute of Australasia, Chartered Financial Planner and Chartered Islamic Finance Professional, Engineers Australia [EA], SAP, Financial Risk Managers [FRM] and many more….
La Trobe MBA rankings, ratings and accreditations:
1.Awarded AUD$ 98 million in federal government funding to establish the La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science in Melbourne and the La Trobe Rural Health School in Bendigo.
2.A foundation member of the Australian Synchrotron, La Trobe is signatory to a AUD$2.5 million five-year beamline partnership in association with a group of South Australian universities, enabling preferential access to 30 per cent of the facility’s capacity.
3.Awarded funding for a new AUD$30 million Federal Government medical Cooperative Research Centre, in association with a number of research bodies, institutions and pharmaceutical companies.
4.Establishment of a number of new research centres, including the Centre for Consumer Law Policy and the Musculoskeletal Research Centre.
5.Awarded AUD$2.4 million by the Learning and Teaching Performance Fund to fund teaching and learning initiatives, including curriculum renewal projects and online subject development.
6.Establishment of the Innovation and Knowledge Transfer Division to showcase research, attract industry partners, manage and commercialise intellectual property, and enhance relationships with the R & D Park.
7.Australia’s first campus-based Microsoft Centre announced at La Trobe. The centre will provide cutting edge hardware and software, and enhance access to start-up facilities for research and product development.
University offers various scholarships from AUD 5000- AUD 20000. These scholarships are merit based. You can view the complete details from below link