La Trobe University (Australia)

La Trobe University is a top ranking university in Australia with world-leading academics and research. It is a founding member of the International Network of Universities.

The University offers a wide range of courses and research programs through the following Faculties: Faculty of Education; Faculty of Health Sciences; Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences; Faculty of Law and Management; Faculty of Science, Technology and Engineering.

Notable La Trobe alumni include: Christian Zahra (Former Federal Opposition frontbencher), Fran Bailey (Former federal government minister), Neil O'Keefe (Former Federal Government minister), Bill Kelty (Former ACTU secretary), etc.

Ranking Profile:

- Ranked among the world's top 500 institutions in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2010.

- Ranked 552nd in the world (Webometrics ranking of world universities, July 2010).

- Ranked in the global top 150 for Arts and Humanities by the Times Higher Education QS World University Rankings 2009.

- The La Trobe MBA program was ranked among the Top 10 in Australia, and as ‘most loved by its alumni’, according to the AFR BOSS 2009 survey.

- Awarded four-star ratings for seven key performance indicators including ‘positive graduate outcomes’ and ‘overall satisfaction’ in the Good University Guide 2009.

- La Trobe University is ranked as the leading Victorian University for student satisfaction in the Sweeney Research Student Report 2009.

- La Trobe University was ranked among Australia’s top 10 universities in 2006 and among Victoria’s top three universities in 2007, by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Index.

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