Call for papers: The making of a global market
Resort Skiing, Knowledge Transfer, and media culture during the post-war era (1950s – 1970s)
Component 2: Skills Based Training Workshop
The training includes a two day workshop covering topics such as professional requirements, ethical issues in supervision, theories of supervision, supervisory roles and alliance and assessment and feedback.
SwinEast Community Engagement Survey
Have your say on how Swinburne's Croydon and Wantirna campuses can better serve the needs of local communities. Share your ideas and go into the draw to win the ultimate study pack.
Sri Lanka | Swinburne Alumni Business Lunch
Swinburne alumni in Sri Lanka are invited to join us at a special business lunch in Colombo.
Women in STEM undergraduate networking event
We invite you to join our two inspiring speakers for a networking lunch, and a discussion on plans for a student-led Swinburne Women in STEM network in 2017.
Centre for Transformative Innovation & Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar 31 October
Join Professor Richard Harris as he explores the implications of the United Kingdom's decision to leave the EU. Specifically he will be discussing the implications for inward foreign direct investment into the United Kingdom after the UK leaves.
SSAA Awards Night 2016
The annual SSAA Awards recognise the outstanding contributions that our top clubs, sports people, student leaders, and volunteers bring to the Swinburne community.
Brisbane Alumni Christmas Catch Up
Swinburne alumni in Brisbane are invited to our pre-Christmas drinks and nibbles.
Young Alumni catch-up | Pechakucha & Networking
Swinburne's Young Alumni are invited to our next catch-up at The Boatbuilders Yard in Melbourne.
Centre for Transformative Innovation & Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar
Join Kylie Pappalardo from Queensland University of Technology as she argues that the problems with copyright authorisation in Australia can be addressed using a tort law framework.
Australian Academy of Law 2016: Law and Technology
The 2016 Symposium poses a valuable opportunity to consider the intersection of law and technology, and features presentations by Professor Dan Hunter, Mr Jake Goldenfein and Mr Ari Dyball from Swinburne Law School.
The 1st Australian Social Network Analysis Conference
The MelNet Social Network Research Group - part of the Centre for Transformative Innovation at Swinburne University of Technology - is hosting the 1st Australian Social Network Analysis Conference at its Hawthorn campus in Melbourne, Australia.
School of Health Sciences | Honours showcase and end of year celebration
Celebrating the achievement
Swinburne Information Evening | Croydon
It’s not just Year 12 students who can be considering a new course for 2017. You can, too. Find the course that’s right for you. Speak to specialist staff and maybe join a tour of our learning spaces for building and construction, carpentry and bricklaying; or plumbing trade courses.
Swinburne Information Evening | Wantirna
It’s not just Year 12 students who can be considering a new course for 2017. You can, too. Find the course that’s right for you. Speak to specialist staff, attend an info session about future careers or join a tour of some of our learning spaces.
The 7th Asia Pacific Innovation Conference
Bringing together scholars and doctoral students working on economics, management and law with a focus on innovation, the APIC conference fosters inter-disciplinary knowledge exchange.
End of year ball 2016
The theme for SSAA's biggest event of the year is - Let the Good Times 'Roll' casino night.
Dignity therapy: an introduction
Discover a therapeutic intervention that helps bolster the dignity of dying patients and addresses their suffering.
Professional job search - intensive
Join this intensive workshop to help build your employability and launch your professional career. Learn to write polished job applications for professional jobs related to your studies.
What if? Unique ideas from university to community November lecture
What if we change the lens through which we perceive women of refugee background? Hear about women’s experiences of entrepreneurship and their strategies to overcome the obstacles of becoming economically self-sufficient in Australia and Brazil.
Medical Assistance in Dying | Chancellor's Lecture
Professor Chochinov shares his personal experiences and perspectives regarding Canada’s entry into Medical Assistance in Dying and poses key questions related to dignity in end of life care.
Swinburne Information Evening | Hawthorn
It’s not just Year 12 students who can be considering a new course for 2017. You can, too. Find the course that’s right for you. Join an info session about careers. Speak to specialist staff about all courses including new and redesigned postgraduate courses.
Business insight visit to CPA Australia
Here's your opportunity to get the insider experience and meet people working in your field of study.
Design Factory Melbourne Gala: Celebrating our students
Join Swinburne Design Factory students and staff to celebrate the great work our students have produced this year.
International Students: Aussie bush and beach program
Join the full day bush and beach excursion for International Students to the Mornington Peninsula.
Melbourne Makeathon for Assistive Technology
TOM:Tikkun Olam Makers is a global movement bringing together people with disabilities and Makers to develop open source assistive technology to address everyday challenges.
Public Lecture: The amazing versatility of Optical Fibre Sensors for monitoring applications
The IMechE in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology are delighted to offer a public lecture presented by Prof. Hwa-yaw TAM of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University titled 'The amazing versatility of Optical Fibre Sensors for monitoring applications'.
Professional communication skills and English language testing update
International students are invited to join this workshop to enhance your professional communication skills and get an update on English language testing.