Bachelor of Arts

La Trobe University
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
3 years
March July
Total tuition fee (local)
Contact the university / college
Total tuition fee (foreign)
USD 59,894

Entry Requirements

  • Successful completion of English for Further Studies Advanced Stage 5B certificate at undergraduate (EFS5 (60%) UG) level conducted by La Trobe Melbourne;
  • for more information please visit the La Trobe Melbourne website.
  • IELTS (Academic) score of 6.0 with no individual band score less than 6.0;
  • TOEFL Paper-based Test - a minimum overall score of 550 with a score of 5 or more in the Test of Written English;
  • TOEFL Internet-based Test - a minimum overall score of 60 with a minimum for SLR 18; W 22;
  • Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the university.


The learning outcomes from a variety of subjects includes: 

  • Manage and relish complexity by applying creative, empathetic and critical thinking to key realms of human life – whether social, gendered, ethical, politico-economic or cultural.
  • Discover, discuss, clarify and apply key knowledge (empirical, linguistic, conceptual, theoretical and/or methodological) in at least one discipline and related inter-disciplinary topics in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Comprehend and critique a coherent body of knowledge, while distinguishing primary and secondary sources, in at least one discipline and related inter-disciplinary topics in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Appreciate and use research methods appropriate to at least one discipline so as to contribute to the production of new knowledge.
  • Communicate effectively, as an individual, or in teams, in spoken, written and visual formats, as appropriate to different disciplinary, professional and socio-linguo-cultural contexts.
  • Demonstrate work readiness, teamwork and self-direction as appropriate for initial years of professional practice including:
    • information technology skills to access, manage, analyse and represent discipline-based information and data, and including
    • self-sustaining learning skills grounded in rigorous study undeterred by the contestability of knowledge.  
  • Identify some local, national or global issues of social, political and cultural importance, analysing and also formulating responses which are ethical and viable, and/or creative and innovative.
  • Self-appraise personal orientations and capabilities, enabling sustaining inter-personal and productive relationships.

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