La Trobe University’s largest campus and one of the most attractive university campuses in Australia, the Melbourne (Bundoora) campus covers 330 hectares (approx 500 acres) of stunning parkland with its own waterways and a wildlife sanctuary.
At the Melbourne (Bundoora) campus, subjects are available in the following study areas: Humanities and Social Sciences, Media and Communications, Business, Law and Management, Science, Technology and Engineering, Health Sciences and Education.
La Trobe’s Study Abroad program offers exciting study opportunities, specialty programs and activities which allow you to create your own personalized program and make the most of your overseas study experience, including:
- Field trips and internships
- Australian studies and Discover Australia Cultural Program
- On-campus accommodation
- Study Abroad Ambassador Scholarships
- Pre-orientation welcome camp and orientation activities
- Volunteer opportunities at our Wildlife Sanctuary
The Melbourne (Bundoora) Campus, the largest university campus in Australia, is situated 8 miles from central Melbourne. Melbourne is the capital city of the state Victoria. A city of contrasts, it is the cultural, sporting, shopping and corporate center of Australia. If the international standard film, arts, comedy and street festivals are not your idea of great recreation, perhaps you’ll enjoy some of the sport Melbournians love so much, such as Aussie Rules Football, the Australian Tennis Open, the Melbourne Cup, or the Motorcycle and Formula One Grand Prix.
Home to a population originating from 135 different countries, Melbourne is famous for its multiculturalism - even on a student budget you can enjoy the cuisine of just about every nation on earth.
Studying abroad at La Trobe University in Australia is available as a semester abroad program in the Fall or Spring semesters or for a full academic year abroad.