Founded in 1908, Swinburne is a multidisciplinary, multi-campus institution with more than 26,000 students, including some 5000 international students from around the world.
Swinburnes undergraduate teaching strengths are built around a solid technology base and influential links to industry. Swinburne has a flexible and forward-thinking understanding of international government, education and business priorities, and is responsive to the changing needs of industry. With a reputation for educational and research excellence,
A truly international university, Swinburne has developed successful relationships with universities around the world, and established Swinburne University of Technology (Sarawak campus) in Malaysia in 2000. There is extensive collaborative research and mobility of teaching staff between Swinburne and our partner universities.
Swinburne is the only Australian university invited to be a member of the European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU), which aims to foster student and staff mobility and share innovative programs to give students a competitive edge in todays global employment market.
As Swinburne offers courses in both the higher education and vocational teaching sectors, we provide distinct advantages for our international students. Qualifications ranging from certificates and diplomas, through bachelor and master degrees, to professional doctorates and PhDs, allow students to choose pathways to suit their individual interests and career aspirations.