La Trobe University Sydney Campus

La Trobe University Sydney Campus


Study in the heart of Sydney


Study at one of Australia’s leading universities in our new state-of-the-art campus, officially opened in 2017.  Located in the centre of the city’s business precinct, the Campus is close to part-time work and internship opportunities, and is just minutes’ walk away from major transport hubs, shopping centres, vibrant café districts and the city’s world-renowned icons.

With just under 1000 students, the Sydney Campus offers a friendly and supportive community for you to learn and make friends. Our students originate from more than 30 countries and contribute to a rich, multicultural education experience.

The Sydney Campus offers foundation studies and diploma programs, along with a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the areas of accounting, business, management, IT and health sciences.

Choosing to study at our Sydney Campus is like choosing to become part of a close community. Yes, we have great courses, a new state-of-the-art campus and an international reputation as a leading Australian university. But the one key thing that sets our Sydney Campus apart is our staff. Every single staff member, from teaching to student services and support, is dedicated to your success.

We are a richly diverse and dynamic university community, comprising students from more than 30 countries and we know that the transition to university life isn’t always easy. Which is why we pride ourselves on our personal approach, offering one-on-one support, tailored learning and student centred learning experiences, to bring out the best in each student.

Our class sizes are deliberately small so that you have more personal access to teaching staff and there are a range of services set-up from academic support to peer mentoring, to give you every opportunity to reach your academic potential.


Courses

  • Arts, social sciences and communications
  • Business and commerce
  • Education and teaching
  • Health
  • IT and engineering
  • Law and criminology
  • Science

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