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Melbourne / Thinking about studying overseas? Don't miss this info session

Attend La Trobe Abroad‘s upcoming information session and explore your overseas study options.

Learn about the application process, hear from La Trobe Abroad about the support they provide, as well as funding and scholarship info.

Find out more about the different options available to you, from a few weeks to a full year, including:

  • Semester Exchange
  • Overseas Short Programs
  • Internships
  • Placements

Info session details

When: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m., Tuesday 26 November, 2019

Where: Library Seminar Room 1.34, Bundoora Campus

Hear from La Trobe students who’ve studied overseas

Bendigo student Megan Berger travelled to Malmö University in south Sweden for a five month Exchange program. Read about her European adventure and her new friends that became like family here.

“I really got to experience what it is like to live like a Swede.” – Megan Berger

Traveling to several European countries, studying among ancient Roman ruins and landing a spot as an extra in a Dolce & Gabbana campaign – La Trobe student Natalie made the most of her Exchange experience. Read Natalie’s story to see how it all unfolded.

Natalie landed a spot in a Dolce & Gabbana campaign by chance while on Exchange in Milan.

Nursing student Gemma travelled to Sweden’s Jonkoping University on Exchange, where she experienced an in-depth placement at a local hospital and spent her spare time husky sledding and seeing the sights of Europe. Read her story here.

Gemma had an absolute blast in Sweden and saw the Northern Lights for the very first time.

Overseas Short Programs

You don’t have to be away for a full semester to experience Exchange. Get to know your options for Overseas Short Programs.

La Trobe student Lainie travelled to the U.S. for a Short Exchange program. Discover Lainie’s American college Exchange experience at Michigan State University, which included cheerleading with the Uni team, baseball games and a trip to Hollywood. Read her story here and learn just how much you can pack into a short trip.

Lainie loved her American Exchange and hopes to get another Exchange under her belt before graduating.

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