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La University Trobe
La University Trobe Ko te maha-wānanga whare wānanga rangahau tūmatanui nei tino wānanga Ahitereiria, te wānanga tāone nui rawa i roto i te whenua, is located in Bundoora, Victoria.
whakapumautia te whare wānanga i roto i 1964 e whai ake nei i te whakaae o te Ture La Trobe University e Victorian Pāremata i runga i 9 Hakihea o taua tau, hoko te toru o nga whare wānanga i roto i te kāwanatanga me te tekau ma rua o te whare wānanga i roto i Ahitereiria. Ahakoa e kore e te reira faaite i te rerehua hoahoanga o ona hoa hōanga, at its core La Trobe, rite nui rite Monash, ko “i roto i te whakamutunga o nga whare wānanga tawhito i roto i Ahitereiria”. Of the many aspirations for La Trobe by its founders, tetahi o ona whakatutukitanga tino rongonui, me he puna nui o te whare wānanga whakapehapeha, has been its long-standing commitment to providing access to higher education to those traditionally excluded from the sector. I roto i 2015 I runga i te reira i roto i te tihi 100 whare wānanga i raro i 50 i roto i te Times Higher Education World University tūranga. I tua atu, whakanohoia te 2015-16 TE tohu mahi La Trobe rite 12 i roto i Ahitereiria mō te whakaako, 11th hoki rangahau, me te 13 mō te moni ahumahi.
Kei wānanga taketake, me te tumuaki La Trobe o te i roto i te wāhi tāone Melbourne, i roto i te wahi o waho o o Bundoora. E rua atu fare nui kei roto i te pa Victorian rohe o Bendigo me nga pa rohe māhanga o Albury-Wodonga. e rua iti fare rohe i roto i Mildura ko Shepparton me toru fare Mäkaurau iti te whare wānanga: e rua i roto i te Melbourne i runga i Franklin Street me Collins Street me tetahi i runga i York Street i Poihākena.
La Trobe tuku paetahi me akoranga paerunga puta noa ona kareti e rua o Toi, Social Science ko Tauhokohoko (ASSC) me te Pūtaiao, Hauora me te Engineering (OIA). ngā ASSC o nga kura e wha o te Pakihi, Mātauranga, Humanities me Sciences Social, me te ture, i ngā OIA o nga kura e iwa o Allied Hauora, Systems tīpakongia Biology, Cancer Medicine, Engineering ko Mathematical Sciences, Sciences Life, Sciences rāpoi, Nursing ko Midwifery, Psychology ko Public Health ko Rural Health.
whakaaro La Trobe te ki kia tino kaha i roto i te rohe o toi me reia; kitea tenei i roto i te 2014 QS World University tūranga wahi i runga i te reira i roto i te tihi 200 whare wānanga ao mō toi me reia. I runga te reira i 38th i roto i te ao i roto i te mara o te whaipara, hītori tawhito me Talafungani, i te pāpori, communication, media studies and linguistics all scored in the top 100. It was also ranked in the top 100 whare wānanga mō te mahi toi, me reia i roto i te 2014-15 Times Higher Education World University tūranga, where it was the number one Australian university for industry income. La Trobe also features a strong Masters of Business Administration (MBA) hōtaka kua oti nei te runga i roto i te tihi 200 kura pakihi e QS Global tūranga mai 2010. I roto i 2014 I runga i te La Trobe MBA 14 i roto i Asia, 4th i Ahitereiria me te 2 i roto i te Victoria e QS Global tūranga.
I roto i ngā o te kounga rangahau, te kaha whakaatu whare wānanga i roto i te wāhi o ngā mahi toi me te reia, me pūtaiao koiora, me te biotechnical. I roto i 2015 I runga La Trobe 3 i roto i te Victoria i Kairangi te Ahitereiria Research Kaunihera o roto i Rangahau mo Ahitereiria (ERA) pūrongo.
La Trobe Ko te whare wānanga matomato me te mema o te Universities Rangahau auaha.
For most of its history La Trobe has been regarded as a bastion of radical and progressive thought within Australia, largely emanating from strong student activism at the university during the 1960s and 1970s. While not as prevalent as it was in the 20th century, Ko reira te ingoa e te puritia tonu.
kura / Colleges / tari / kōhi / aravihi
- Computing and Engineering
- Health Sciences and Social Work
- Sport, Tourism and Hospitality
- Law and Legal Studies
- Outdoor and Environmental Education
- Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Sciences and Psychology
- Art ko Hoahoa
- Toi, Communication, Humanities, Sciences Social
La Trobe has been one of Australia’s pioneering universities for over forty-five years. Discover our unique history, including our motto and coat of arms.
Celebrating over 40 tau o te hītori
I roto i 1967, 552 students enrolled at La Trobe University, the third University to open in Victoria.
It has grown to accommodate more than 30,000 ngā ākonga, tae atu āhua 7,600 ākonga te ao i runga i 90 whenua.
We now have a network of campuses with 21,000 students at our Melbourne campus and over 5,900 at our campuses in Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Mildura, Melbourne City and Shepparton.
Past Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors
La Trobe University’s commitment to teaching excellence has been overseen by some truly inspirational people. Leaders that have shaped the university, and the lives of the thousands of students that have attended La Trobe over the past four decades.
|Past Chancellors||Past Vice-Chancellors|
|Sir Archibald Glenn OBE: 1967 – 1972||David Myers: 1965 – 1976|
|Hon Mr Justice Reginald Smithers: 1972-1980||John Scott: 1977 – 1989|
|Hon Mr Justice Richard McGarvie: 1980-1992||Michael Osborne: 1990 – 2006|
|Emeritus Professor Nancy F Millis AC: 1992-2006||Brian Stoddart: 2006|
|Dr Sylvia Walton AO: 2006 - 2011||Paul Johnson: 2007 – 2011|
La Trobe University was named after Charles Joseph La Trobe, the first Superintendent of the Port Phillip District from 1839 ki 1850 and first Lieutenant-Governor of the new colony of Victoria from 1851 ki 1854. He was a man driven by his need to make a difference to the communities he served, leaving a legacy that continues today at La Trobe University.
Sir Charles La Trobe did more to shape the Australian State of Victoria than any other man. From his love of the Australian environment and its conservation, his ambitious plan to transform the colony of Victoria, to his concern for the welfare of the first Australians, he was a man deeply driven by progressive social values.
His values are echoed in La Trobe University’s founding mission to serve the community through improving access of higher education, and it is a tradition that continues today with a range of programs and initiatives to increase higher education participation rates amongst Victoria’ disadvantaged communities.
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