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La Trobe University, Melbourne Victoria Australia

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Bianca Traynor
I was a student at LTU for my first year of uni and am now at Deakin. The experience has been incomparable - the units at Latrobe were poorly structured and the unit chairs impossible to contact. I spent a whole semester emailing a unit chair who never responded. They also removed all lectures to which they didn't develop content for, they just provided lecture slides from previous semesters. Trying to deal with admin staff is a nightmare as they just handball your query to another department, who handballs the query to another department and so on and so forth. Good food options on campus though.
Adam G
La Trobe University, which was named after the state’s first Lieutenant-Governor, Sir Charles Joseph La Trobe, was established in 1964 and officially opened on 8 March 1967 when teaching commenced with some 500 students. The main campus buildings were designed by Melbourne architecture firm, Yuncken Freeman and are connected by a series of raised walkways. The Bundoora campus is the largest university campus in the Southern Hemisphere and has many facilities such as restaurants, bars, shops, banks and an art gallery. It also has three on-campus residential colleges: Menzies, Glenn and Chisholm. La Trobe University offers subjects and courses ranging from science, health and engineering to arts, social sciences and commerce. I like the design and layout of the Bundoora campus the core of which is separated from surrounding areas by an outer ring ‘moat’ of car parking and an open space network of parks, water and recreation areas. Also, with a pedestrian network at both ground and first floor levels, most academic functions are within five minutes walk and are centred around the Library and major lecture theatres.
I've only been here for five weeks, and already I'm regretting my decision to enrol here. My class hours are too short and not worth the 48 minute journey to and from my house to attend, the lectures are too vague to understand, we get stuff all time to study for assessments, and the students in my class are arrogant and bigoted. Since I have AS, no one bothers to talk to me, and every time we have a group activity, no one acknowledges me. I'm constantly forced to sit in the background, feeling like I don't belong and having nothing else to do but cry. If you are a kid with a disability, don't come here. This school and its inhabitants are not inclusive.
The library is like a sauna these 2 month and lack of computer labs else where. Food was nice but really limited space for study. Especially toilets are crazily old and few available for these huge amount of students. Not always clean and tidy
Giuseppe Masini
Staff teaching accounting would not pass Australian English test for citizenship or high school teaching. The administration office is not understanding. The vice-chancellor is very unfriendly and would not shake my hand. I have shaken hands with John Howard and Donald Trump, but the vice-chancellor is not a man of the people.

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