La Trobe University

La Trobe University is a public research university in the city of Melbourne in Australia. The university was established in 1967.  It has the largest Metropolitan campus in Australia.
The total number of students enrolled with the university is 36,000 out of which 7,000 are international students who come from 110 countries.
The University has produced very successful personalities. It has a network of 200,000 graduates spread across the globe. Some of the notable alumni from this university are Neil J Gunther (physicist, computer scientist), Tim Flannery (Professor and paleontologist) and Jacinta Collins (politician).
Location: Melbourne, Victoria (18 km ride away from Melbourne Airport)
Connectivity: Through car/public transport /connected to Melbourne airport
Campuses: Seven: Melbourne campus, Bendigo campus, Albury-Wodonga campus, City campus, Mildura campus, Shepperton campus, and Sydney campus
Courses: Architecture, Humanities and Social Sciences, Business, Economics, Engineering, Education, Environment, Health, IT, Computer Science, Law, Music, Visual and Performing arts, Science, Veterinary, Agriculture and Food sciences.
Average Tuition fee: 
Between INR 20 to 23 Lakh/year OrBetween 36,440 to 42,250 Australian dollars annually
Times Ranking: 301-350
Entry requirements: 

  • English language requirements: IELTS/TOEFL/PTE
  • Australian year 12/international Baccalaureate diploma/GCE A-level/Indian School Certificate (ISC Year 12) or equivalent qualification.