La Trobe University reviews

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La Trobe University ratings

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About La Trobe

La Trobe has a flagship campus located in the suburb of Bundoora, Melbourne. The university also has two smaller campuses in Melbourne's CBD, Bendigo, Albury-Wodonga, Mildura, Shepparton. In 2015, La Trobe had a total of 36,746 student enrolments.

We have a range of student reviews for La Trobe ranging across Arts, Law, Business (Accounting, Sports Management & more), Education (Primary & Secondary), Health (Nursing, Exercise Science, Physiotherapy), IT and Sciences.

Some of the common advice we hear from students includes:
Utilise the Uni's support services. Ask staff questions (in class or via email) whenever you need. Don't be afraid to ask for advice;
Get involved in clubs and societies - it's easy to make friends;
Figure out how you're going to get to Uni (for Bundoora students);
Try to get work experience as well as study (some courses include this)
Work hard and have fun

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The course has quite a lot that I didn't find interesting. The teachers are pretty good but could bring in more useful, engaging material within the coursework.

My advice to future students is: Try to spend some time learning about each area to get an understanding of which major you choose.

Completed in 2019

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Didn’t enjoy the classes. Teachers were too strict and the classes were too big. Didn’t feel catered for in the classes. Struggled to understand content

My advice to future students is: Don’t do this class. Do something more practical, this has a lot of theory

Completed in 2016

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There's lots of theory involved in this course. I find the text books were quite vague.

It is an interesting course but I will be transferring out of it though. Seems to be an interim course for a lot of people.

My advice to future students is: Don’t pathway, get directly into the course you want to do.

Completed in 2016

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Positives: meeting new people and learning new things every week

Negatives: half of the topics seem useless and don’t interest me

My advice to future students is: pick something you’re passionate in if you don’t know what you want to do and you might find a career in it eventually

Completing in 2022

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