Faculty of Business and Law


The Faculty of Business and Law hosts public lectures, research seminars, information sessions and events for current students throughout the year.

International student career roadmap: Steps for setting yourself up for professional career success while you study

Develop your personal career success roadmap to make the most of your time at Swinburne.

Professional job search toolkit

Join this session to receive guidance on how to prepare a winning job application suited to professional employment in the Australian job market.

International student success stories with alumni panel

Former international students share the secrets of their career success during this question and answer panel session.

Rasch Modelling (STAA0013B)

Rasch modelling with labs.

Research Design (STAA0004B)

You will acquire skills and knowledge in observational and experimental studies, designing an experiment, incidence and prevalence statistics, different types of study designs including Cohort and Case-control studies.

Advanced Topics in Regression B: (STAA0010B)

Statistical techniques as listed below will be covered with an emphasis on the interpretation and reporting of these results. Mixed Models, Generalised Estimating Equations, Multi-level Models and Survival Analysis.

Australian workplace culture with guest speaker

Hear from Taruni Falconer, an intercultural expert assisting executives in large corporations to overcome cultural barriers and succeed in new work environments.

Using R for Statistical Analysis (STAA0003B)

This course of study aims to extend the ideas developed in Introduction to R.

Workplace communication skills: strategies to improve your pronunciation featuring leading speech pathologist

This seminar features a leading speech pathologist who specialises in helping international students improve English clarity and minimise accents.

Completion of studies seminar for final year students

Join us for advice on taking the next steps after university, as well as tips for finalising your Swinburne studies.