La Trobe University values academic excellence. High achieving International students thinking about applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate course will be automatically considered for this scholarship.
The La Trobe International Scholarship (LTIS) rewards high achieving International students. This scholarship is worth between 15% to 25% off the annual tuition fees for the duration of studies.
About La Trobe University
La Trobe has been one of Australia’s pioneering universities for more than 50 years. Discover our unique history, including our motto and coat of arms. In 1967, 552 students enrolled at La Trobe University, the third university to open in Victoria, which has grown to accommodate more than 36,000 students, with over 7,000 international students from 110 countries. We now have a network of campuses, with over 28,000 students at our Melbourne Campus and over 7,500 at our campuses in Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Mildura, Melbourne City (Collins Street), Shepparton and Sydney.
Requirements for La Trobe University Bachelors Qualification
- Applicant must be an international student (non-Australian or New Zealand)
- Must be applying to start an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework program.
- This scholarship is not available to students who are currently enrolled at the university
- Must meet course prerequisites
- Must have equivalent to a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 65 percent or higher (Australian Equivalency).
December 31, 2022
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to La Trobe University on www.latrobe.edu.au to apply
Applicants will be automatically considered for the scholarship after submitting an application for an LTIS approved course.
Percentage awarded is based on the WAM and overall eligibility of the course. The scholarship will be included in the Letter of Offer.
The scholarship will be reflected on the student’s statement of account after the census-date once the student has accepted the offer, paid the required deposit mentioned on the offer letter and enrolled into their courses.
Source: La Trobe University