You’ve made it! You’ve completed your first year of university! After 24 long weeks of lectures, assignments and exams you’ve finally hit the holiday period. While it is almost time to sit back and relax and enjoy your summer, there is still some time to prepare yourself for second year. Welcome to the year 2020, oh, and congratulations, you’re no longer a ‘Jaffy’! Second year … Continue reading Bring on second year!
It’s semester 2 and your School wants to hear about your experience of studying in your degree at the upcoming Student Feedback Forums! The Student Feedback Forums are designed to provide a useful channel of communication between Undergraduate/Postgraduate Students and their Schools. At your Student Feedback Forum, you will have an opportunity to give feedback on your educational experience and issues that are important to … Continue reading Have your say about your academic experience
This semester, we have loads of workshops to help kickstart your studies and see you set for success! Check out the workshops and dates below. Zoom links available for students at regional campuses. #HowtoUni, Wednesday 31 July, 12pm-1pm, City campus, room 3.09, Zoom: https://latrobe.zoom.us/j/418647324 #HowtoUni, Wednesday 7 August, 2pm-3pm, Bundoora campus, Donald Whitehead 118, Zoom: https://latrobe.zoom.us/j/976268658 #HowtoStudy, Thursday 22 August, 12pm-1pm, Bundoora campus, Library Seminar … Continue reading Workshops to boost your success this semester!
Are you a student in the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce? Are you looking to undertake a placement in semester 2? Do you need financial assistance? La Trobe University is supporting students who undertake placements between 1 July to 3 November 2019 by offering the opportunity to apply for an Employment Grant! An Employment grant is a one-off amount of $1000 to assist … Continue reading ASSC Employment grants up for grabs!
It’s Reconciliation Week and the La Trobe Student Union has organised a week of fantastic events for you to be part of! Tuesday 28 May 10.30am Screening of the 2008 Apology Speech, Agora 11.00am Reconciliation Week morning tea with guest speakers, DMC-C121 5.30pm Twilight Tour, Wildlife Sanctuary. Limited places so booking essential Wednesday 29 May 5.00pm Twilight Tour with BBQ, Wildlife Sanctuary. Limited places so … Continue reading Get involved with Reconciliation Week!
In your university inbox, you should have received an email from email@example.com inviting you to complete subject evaluations. This is one of the best ways to provide constructive feedback to the university about your learning experiences. But what does that mean and why is it important? The university values the feedback it gets from students, as it enables them to understand how the subjects are … Continue reading How Student Feedback Surveys Benefit Students
With only five more weeks left until the end of semester one, those due dates are starting to roll in. For some students, the end of semester can be an intense time, so why not get a little extra help. Whether this is your first semester or you’re a seasoned professional at handing in those assessments. It never hurts to learn new tips and tricks … Continue reading Study Success: Preparing For Final Assessments
Your School wants to hear from you at the upcoming Student Feedback Forums! Student Feedback Forums are an opportunity for you as Students to engage with your School about your educational experience. At your Student Feedback Forum, you will have an opportunity to give feedback on your educational experience and issues that are important to you. You will also hear from your Head of School … Continue reading Student Feedback Forums: Have your say
The La Trobe Business School Academic & Support Services Expo at Bundoora is back! This is your opportunity to get the right advice and information to help you make the most our of your degree…all in one handy spot (with a BBQ lunch included!) Some of the people who will be on hand to talk to you include: Course Coordinators Learning Hub Support Student Wellbeing … Continue reading Calling all Bundoora Business students: Expo and lunch!
Trying to find an internship or work placement can be daunting. Especially when you’re trying to do it on your own. You’ve come across some great opportunities, but you’re not sure if it will meet the requirements of your degree or fit in around your other commitments. That’s where taking the Internship and Work Integrated Learning subjects come in handy. Alongside the skills you gain … Continue reading Sourcing your own Internship or Industry Placement