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Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Housing Options: Residence Hall
Areas of Study: Anthropology, Art, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Creative Writing, Economics, English, Finance, Graphic Design, History, International Relations, Mathematics, Photography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Theatre Arts Program Type: *UWL-Exchange*
Admin Fees: Yes Financial Aid Eligible: Yes
Program Description:
Location: Melbourne, Australia 
Official Language: English
Population: 4,850,740
Campus Size: 22,000 students (various campuses)
International Students: 1,600
Known for: Sports & Recreation
Interesting Fact: 
Location Highlight: Melbourne is the second-most-populous
metropolitan/urban area in Australia 

Why La Trobe? 
FactSheet-La Trobe.pdf
More info @ La Trobe Websitebrochures and exchange page
  1. Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor
  2. Meet with your academic advisor to discuss courses
  3. Complete the study abroad application process*
  4. Pay UWL resident institution tuition
  5. Pay housing and meals at the host institution abroad. 
  6. Spend your semester or academic year in Australia!
*Students need to first start the UWL study abroad application
process. Students can ONLY start the La Trobe application process after
our office nominates students. 
Students MUST apply for a student visa in advance. The application process is
online, but students can only start the visa application process after they have
been accepted at La Trobe.

UWL DOES NOT arrange student visas. Students are required to independently
arrange for their student visa and need to be aware that this is a TIME SENSITIVE
requirement that will include an additional out-of-pocket cost.

Get more information about traveling to Australia, including information about
visas, @ Travel.Gov-Australia and @ La Trobe website.

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La Trobe campus offers campus housing. For more information about housing
check their housing page!

Check out student testimonials here!

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La Trobe is a full curriculum institution; therefore, there are courses available
in many field of studies. 

Keep in mind that...
- In Australia majors are referred as COURSES, and courses are
   referred as UNITS. 
- Units will vary depending on the term.
- The credit system is different.

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  • 2.75 GPA, 3.0 preferred
  • Sophomore status at start of program
  • Good academic standing
  • Good disciplinary record on campus 
Students who are interested in studying abroad, but do not meet eligibility
requirements, are encouraged to make an appointment with a study abroad
advisor. We will assess each situation on a case-by-case basis.

Check out terms' Key dates here!

Fall: Late-August to Mid-December
Spring: Mid-March to late-June
Credits: 12-18

Late-August to late-June
Credits: 24-36

Students will pay ONLY UWL resident tuition while abroad, even if the student is currently paying out-of-state tuition. Students need to be enrolled full-time with a minimum of 12 credits hours. Please refer to the Budget Sheet at the top of this online brochure for more information. Exchange programs are very competitive and placements are limited. However, students who are not offered an exchange placement can still participate as a direct enroll student. This means that students will be billed La Trobe tuition rather than UWL resident tuition.

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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Academic Year 2019-2020 02/01/2019 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Fall 2019 03/01/2019 03/01/2019 TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.