La Trobe University

Career Development Centre:
Melbourne Campus

Location: Kingsbury Drive Bundoora
Postal Address: La Trobe University Victoria 3086
Telephone: +61 3 9479 2459
Facsimile: +61 3 9479 1989
Email: [email protected]
University Switchboard: +61 3 9479 1111
University Homepage:

Bendigo Campus
Edwards Road, Bendigo
Postal Address: PO Box 199, Bendigo 3552
Telephone: +61 3 5444 7223
Facsimile: +61 3 5444 7883
Email: [email protected]

Albury-Wodonga Campus
Location: 15 McKoy Street, Wodonga

Shepparton Campus
Location: 210 Fryers St, Shepparton

Mildura Campus
Location: 471 Benetook Ave, Mildura

La Trobe University is one of Australia’s leading international universities and prides itself on the excellence of its teaching, powerful research profile and network of campuses across regional Victoria. The university’s 34,000 students are enrolled in a broad range of disciplines including Arts, Business, Engineering, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Law and Science.

The broad aims of the Career Development Centre are to assist students in the establishment of their career goals, to facilitate the development of their employability skills and to prepare them for entering successfully the world of work. Fundamental to the achievement of these aims are the relationships it has with employers and academic staff.

Services and Programs
Work Placement Program ■ Career Mentoring Program ■ Work Integrated Learning Programs ■ Free online vacancy advertising ■ Information sessions ■ Promotional opportunities via website ■ Contact with faculties arranged ■ Noticeboards ■ Resource centre.

Audiovisual equipment ■ Videoconferencing ■ Interview rooms ■ Conference rooms ■ Lecture theatres ■ Catering ■ Parking.

Equity Groups
Links to equity groups through the Equality and Diversity Unit and the Indigenous Education unit.

Fields of Education
Allied Health Sciences, Art & Design, Business (Accounting, Economics, Finance, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, Sport and Leisure Management), Education, Engineering, Environmental Health, Humanities & Social Sciences (Asian Studies, International Development, International Relations, Journalism, Languages, Legal Studies, Media Studies), Health Information Management, Information Technology & Computing, Law, Nature Tourism, Outdoor Education, Psychology, Public Health, Sciences (Agriculture, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Maths & Statistics, Medical Science, Pharmacy, Physical Sciences), Social Work & Welfare Studies, Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning.

Number of Graduating Students (approximate)
Arts and Society 600+; International Studies 50+; Media and Communications 100+; Business 600+; Accounting 300+; International Business 100+; Economics/Finance 150+; Law 100; Education 850+; Health Sciences 1500+; Life Sciences 350+;Psychology 100+; Physical Sciences and Engineering 120+ Computer Sciences 150+.


Manager, Career Development Centre:
Jason Brown
T: +61 3 9479 2967
E: [email protected]

Manager Industry and Community Engagement:
Val Sandeman
T: +61 3 9479 3386
E: [email protected]

Graduate Recruitment Contact:
Maggie Baring
T: +61 3 9479 2459
E: [email protected]

Employer Liaison (Bendigo):
Cris Stanway
T: +61 3 5444 7938
E: [email protected]

2013 Dates

Semester 1: 4 Mar - 7 Jun
Semester 2: 29 Jul – 1 Nov
Exam period semester 1:  14 Jun – 4 Jul
Exam period semester 2: 8 – 28 Nov
Vacations: 1 Apr – 7 Apr; 4 – 28 Jul; 30 Sep – 6 Oct

Employer Visits
Employers are welcome on campus throughout the year. Information sessions and other events designed to bring employers and students together can be organised through
Maggie Baring
T: +61 3 9479 2459
E: [email protected]

Careers Fairs (Melbourne campus, all disciplines)
Graduate Jobs Expo: 8 Mar 2013
Work Experience Expo: 15 Aug 2013