IT IS not too late to enrol for university education in 2018, with La Trobe University’s Shepparton campus offering classes starting in March, accommodation options, and a Tertiary Enabling Program for those needing a pathway into tertiary studies.
Full time and part time study options are available in the Bachelor of Educational Studies, Bachelor of Arts, Diploma of Arts, Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Business (Accounting), Bachelor of Business (Agribusiness), Diploma in Business and Bachelor of Human Services/Master of Social Work.
Post graduate options are also available for those with a relevant existing degree or managerial experience – such as a Master of Business Administration (MBA).
La Trobe University marketing and engagement advisor, Kristina Marko said, “It’s not too late to apply for tertiary study in 2018.
“Applications can be made directly to the university through our website. We look toward previous study, relevant work or community experience and a student’s motivation for commencing a course, as part of the application process.”
For those who are returning to study after work or raising a family – or those who need a pathway into university education – La Trobe University offers a one-year Diploma in Business or Arts, as well as the Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP).
Second year nursing student, Fabrice Ebe commenced a Bachelor of Nursing after completing the TEP at the Shepparton campus in 2016.
“Here, I feel the campus is well organised and there is a lot of support. Its home,” Fabrice said.
Schedule a chat at our Shepparton campus and forge ahead with confidence. To book a one-on-one consultation, visit www.latrobe.edu.au/choose
Direct Applications close March 11, 2018.