Do you need an internship or graduate job?

Careers and Employability presents three career MasterClasses to assist you in improving your chances with graduate and internship job applications. Find out what employers look for when selecting candidates. Meet and network with a range of employers who are keen to meet La Trobe University students. Employers include: The Royal Children’s Hospital, CSIRO, Adecco, Bendigo…

The OutStanding LGBTIQ Short Story Competition

Australia’s premier literary competition for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer community has just launched its 2017 competition. The OutStanding LGBTIQ Short Story Competition encourages writers to produce a 750 word story with this year’s theme of It’s Complicated.  Stories must have some relevance to the broader LGBTIQ community. Supported by the Aurora…

Places still available for this fantastic online elective! Check out HLT1CSS: Contemporary issues in sex and sexuality

Join us for HLT1CSS Contemporary issues in sex and sexuality online subject and explore key issues and controversies in contemporary life related to sex, gender and sexuality – including sex and technology, pornography, personal identity, consumption, the media, gender equality, health and wellbeing. All undergraduate students are welcome to take this elective! In this subject…

Do you want to gain practical experience and make a difference in your community? Enrol in HUM2SLC for Semester 2 today!

The Service Learning in the Community (HUM2SLC) subject gives you the opportunity to gain practical experience by working on a group project in your local community with a reputable not-for-profit organisation. Enrol for Semester 2 now via StudentOnline – places are limited! HUM2SLC is an elective, you must have a spare elective on your study…

Take part in a research survey for international students and you could win a $50 JB Hi-Fi voucher

Take part in this research survey and help us understand the influence of perceived ideal emotions on the way international students culturally adjust to life in Australia. We’re looking for international students aged 18 years or above, currently enrolled in Australian tertiary study to participate. If you participate you’ll be administered a non-identifiable online questionnaire…