Study abroad in Melbourne, Australia!

Students who are looking for a well-rounded experience “down under” should give serious consideration to studying abroad in Melbourne, Australia at La Trobe University with API. La Trobe is among the world’s elite institutions in more than a third of its subjects, and seven of its departments are among the top 200 in the world (including linguistics, agriculture, psychology, accounting and finance, education, law, politics, and international studies).

La Trobe is also known for its innovative coursework in areas such as Aboriginal studies, environmental studies, and public health studies, including classes such as Aboriginal Australian History, Agribusiness Management in a Changing Climate, and Australia’s International Health Relations. Students attending La Trobe also have the option of pursuing volunteer and internship opportunities, in areas such as wildlife management, Australian studies, English as a second language, cinema and media studies, and sports journalism.

Aside from the wonderful academic opportunities, Melbourne and La Trobe have so much to offer the worldly traveler. La Trobe’s main campus is one of the most attractive in Australia, and includes over 600 acres of stunning parkland, waterways, and a major wildlife sanctuary! Melbourne was also recently voted the world’s “most livable city” (CNN, 2016) and the 2nd best “student city” in the world (2016 QS Best Student City Rankings), and regularly tops international foodie and sporting “best of” lists.

Come see what all the fuss is about – apply now to study abroad in Melbourne with API!

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