Starting semester 1: Course Advice available

Semester 1 is starting, and so are all those questions about your subjects! But fear not! Course advice is available! If you are not sure that you have chosen the right subjects, confused about the structure of your course, wondering whether you have the right combination, or any other course queries, then come and see an academic advisor. You can speak to an academic from your School to get … Continue reading Starting semester 1: Course Advice available

Ending Chapters, New Beginnings

Graduating in May this year, Eleanor is looking forward to putting her Bachelor of Media and Communications to use and exploring her options as the year begins to progress. She has come to the end of her time here at the Wise ASSC student blog. My experience at La Trobe University over the last three years would be similar but also different to many of … Continue reading Ending Chapters, New Beginnings

Regional Student Stories: Bendigo

Jayden, who is originally from Richmond Hill in Canada, is currently a student at La Trobe University in Bendigo, studying a Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning. Jayden has lived in Australia for 16 years and hasn’t looked back. Enrolling at La Trobe in Bendigo was definitely the best choice for him, as it was close to his home and job in Bendigo. Studying a … Continue reading Regional Student Stories: Bendigo

The Jaffy’s Guide to University

One of the most important concepts that you will learn about during your first weeks of university is that of the Jaffy. If you don’t know what a Jaffy is, you probably are one. The word Jaffy is both a pejorative and affectionate term for students who are in their first year of university. Like so many brilliant Australianisms, it’s an acronym. It’s short for … Continue reading The Jaffy’s Guide to University