March 10, 2015

Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

New courses to commence in 2015
·        Bachelor of Laws double degrees with arts, business, civil engineeringmechanical engineering and science

Updated courses in 2015
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (to replace Certificate III in Children's Services and Diploma of Children's Services (Early Childhood Education and Care))

Swinburne’s MBA ranked in the top 10 in Australia

Swinburne’s MBA has been ranked in the top 10 in Australia by London-based CEO magazine. The magazine’s International Graduate Forum ranked Swinburne's MBA as Tier One for the quality of its lecturers, small class sizes, student diversity, value-for-money and industry engagement.

Swinburne students present at CERN, Switzerland
In the past six months Swinburne Design Factory students have taken up the challenge to innovate new products and systems inspired by the scientists and projects at the prestigious CERN, Switzerland. This is part of Challenge Based Innovation (CBI) project course. CERN is working with just 8 universities across the globe, including Swinburne. After five months, the journey is over. Students presented their final prototypes at the CBI Gala organised at CERN on Thursday February 26th.

Swinburne students win at Australian Cinematography Society Awards
Fantastic news about our Bachelor of Film and Television students: GOLD (Josh Farmelo), SILVER (Matt Wilson) and BRONZE (Thom Neal) in the Student Cinematography category at the Australian Cinematography Society Awards (Victoria and Tasmania). Two of our alumni also won awards: Ed Goldner (Gold for Music Video) and Romilly Spiers (Silver for Wildlife).

Swinburne apprentices help build new school in India
A team of Swinburne students have returned from India where they have been helping build a school to improve the lives of students and their teachers in a remote community. Read more »

Forensics researcher awarded a Fulbright Scholarship
Swinburne forensics researcher Stephane M. Shepherd has been awarded a prestigious 2015 Fulbright Postdoctoral Scholarship in Cultural Competence. Dr Shepard is a postdoctoral research fellow and lecturer at Swinburne’s Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science, Australasia’s leading centre for excellence in the areas of forensic mental health and forensic behavioural science research, teaching and practice development. Read more »

School of Design invited to be part of Business and Design Week
Swinburne's School of Design has been invited to be part of the Global Design Network (GDN) at the Business of Design Week, Asia’s leading annual event on design, innovation and brands. The GDN is organised by the Hong Kong Design Centre. Swinburne is one of only four universities and 30 influential design organisations from around the world to be invited to join the network.

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