La Trobe University was the third university to open in Victoria and is considered a pioneer in education. The university has a network of campuses, with more than 26,000 students at its Melbourne campus and more than 7,500 students at other sites.
Over its 50-year existence, La Trobe has opened up new areas of research and brought higher education to communities previously denied the opportunity to study at university. As a result, today La Trobe is unique among Australian universities in the way it combines accessibility for students with globally recognised research excellence.
La Trobe Law School is the host for the Australia-Indonesia Disability Research and Advocacy Network (AIDRAN), which is supported by KSI.