Green Impact Program | For students
Make a team and tackle sustainability issues to drive a culture of sustainable practices.
Green Impact Program | For staff
Make a team and tackle sustainability issues to drive a culture of sustainable practices.
Part-time/casual employment: employer and student guest speaker panel
Hear from current international students and employers with advice on job search strategies. Learn what employers look for, insider tips on finding employment, what works, what to watch out for and tips for success in the workplace.
Wantirna Mindfulness Meditation
30-minute introduction sessions to meditation and mindfulness with Isabell Mitsel. Offered twice every Monday 11:30am-12:00pm and 12:00pm-12:30pm.
Break the cycle - Weekly cycling group
Let off some steam and join us for a fun ride exploring the many cycling routes in Hawthorn. Every Thursday 12pm-1pm.
GROW Wellness Program
Increase your support network by joining this weekly peer support group for young adults. Every Wednesday 12pm-2pm.
The Interfaith Dialogue Program
Do you have an open mind? Like to share stories? Want to hear about life, culture and faith? The Swinburne Chaplaincy invites you to join our weekly Interfaith Belief Dialogue Program in 2017.
Mindfull, or Mindful? – Mindfulness Sessions
Enhance your ability to learn and relax mindfulness. Every Thursday 12.30pm-1.30pm.
The Swinburne Choir
Love to sing? All staff and students are welcome to join The Swinburne Choir!
Professional Placements Information Sessions
Explore your career options with Swinburne’s Professional Placements program and take the chance to gain valuable on-the-job experience before you graduate. Come along to one of our information sessions!
Swinburne Abroad information sessions
Learn about all overseas study opportunities available to you as part of your Swinburne degree.
Year 12 Advice Month
Get all your questions about Year 12 and starting uni answered in a one-on-one appointment with our friendly experts during Advice Month.
The Pearl Project
In this seminar, A/Prof Tanya Davison, Chief Investigator for the Pearl Project, will present a lecture titled "The Pearl Project: Helping older adults adjust to residential aged care settings"
Learning from Entrepreneurs
Join us for the first Learning from Entrepreneurs Seminar for 2018 to hear from Shourov Bhattacharya
To CEO or not to CEO – A light hearted debate
Come along to a friendly discussion, involving an experienced panel of entrepreneurs, CEO's and business founders, on the topic of whether or not to become a CEO. Hosted by Swinburne's Innovation Precinct and SBE Australia.
Startup Workshop at the Innovation Precinct
Do you have an idea? Do you want to take your business idea to the next stage?
WTO Plain Packaging Decision Seminar with Professor Mark Davison
A panel of the WTO recently found for Australia in the dispute surrounding plain packaging of tobacco products. Professor Davison will explain some aspects of the WTO decision and some possible implications of it for regulation of the marketing of other products.
A Stand Up with Atlassian – The Power of Teamwork
Hear from Oji Udezue, Head of Communications Product at Atlassian to discuss hard won lessons for building a high performance start up.
Urban Composting Research Symposium
A half-day event showcasing the latest research on urban composting solutions, featuring speakers from Swinburne, University of South Australia, industry and government.
Australian careers and employment basics
Essential insights to get your career started for new international students. Covering: your career success roadmap; the Australian job market; skills in demand; gaining professional experience while you study; Swinburne support services and international student alumni profiles.
ASSH Seminar: Have we reached peak Xi? Chinese politics, offshore influence and reporting from inside the country
Join us for this ASSH seminar as Michael Sainsbury, former China correspondent for The Australian, talks about the issues and the ups and downs of reporting on China.
Study in China with Swinburne Abroad
China is quickly becoming an increasingly popular destination for students from around the world.
Open Mic and Networking at the Innovation Precinct
Do you have an idea to share? Are you interested in working in a startup? Or want to meet other entrepreneurially minded people?
Parkinson’s disease: What you need to know | Seminar Series on Ageing
Victor McConvey will provide an overview of Parkinson's Disease in the context of working with older adults.
Gender Equity at Swinburne - celebrating the SAGE submission and the next steps
Join us to celebrate Swinburne's ongoing participation and achievements in the Science in Australia Gender Equality (SAGE) program.
Professional Internships information session
Looking for a flexible, short-term, project-based industry experience over one semester? Learn more at our Professional internships information session.
Swinburne Elections Information Session | For students and staff
Have you always wanted to take on a leadership role and represent the Swinburne community on the University Council, the Academic Senate, Swinburne Student Life or the Faculty Student Consultative Committees? Come along to our information session to learn more about the roles available.
Highly recommended for international students. Learn strategies to cope better during the hard times you might encounter during university. Every Tuesday 12pm-1pm.
Join us for the inaugural AGSE Oration in honour of a significant entrepreneur, philanthropist, businessman and leader - Geoff Harris.
Wantirna Advice Night
Considering nursing, early education, apprenticeships or vocational courses? Find out more at Wantirna Advice Night and let our specialist staff answer all your questions.
R U OK? Day (Wantirna)
R U OK? Day is a national campaign that aims to encourage everyone to start a conversation by asking their friends, family and colleagues "Are you OK?"
Hawthorn Advice Night
From A to Z, all our bachelor degrees, diplomas and certificates will be represented at Hawthorn Advice Night. Get answers to your questions and even apply on the spot.
Aviation Advice Night
Looking to soar to new heights with a career in aviation? Learn about our aviation courses, including fees, admission requirements, industry partners and the student experience. Plus, get a chance to meet future teachers, friends, colleagues and maybe even employers.
R U OK? Day (Croydon)
R U Ok? Day is a national campaign that aims to encourage everyone to start a conversation by asking their friends, family and colleagues "Are you OK?".
R U OK? Day for PAVE (Hawthorn)
R U OK? Day is a national campaign that aims to encourage everyone to start a conversation by asking their friends, family and colleagues "Are you OK?". PAVE students are invited to come along to our free BBQ event to raise awareness about the day and find out what it's all about.
Barbara Dicker Oration 2018: The phenomenon of hallucinations
Join Professor Iris Sommer (University Medical Centre Groningen, The Netherlands) as she explores what happens in the brain when we hear voices.
Music & Dance Therapy Seminar | Seminar Series on Ageing
Professor Meg Morris will talk about the role of music and dance therapy in palliative care, aged care, and progressive neurological diseases.
CXI Inspiration Series - Amplifying experience: reflections for tomorrow
CXI Research Group invites you to a breakfast with Sean Sands, Tara Ness and Bernie Brookes about Amplifying experience: reflections for tomorrow.
Centre for Social Impact Seminar Series: Social enterprise reporting tool
Dr Chris Mason presents reporting tools for social enterprises
Postgrad Advice Night
Thinking about returning to study or keen to kickstart a new career? Have all your questions answered at our postgraduate event at Rydges in Melbourne’s CBD.
R U OK? Day (Hawthorn)
R U OK? Day is a national campaign that aims to encourage everyone to start a conversation by asking their friends, family and colleagues "Are you OK?". Come down to the Atrium to check out all the activities we have in store for you including FREE food!
APTEA Alumni 14th Congress
Swinburne APTEA alumni are invited to join their 14th Congress in Brno, Czech Republic, to celebrate 28 years since the first intake of APTEA students and to build professional networks and personal friendships.
Verbal communication skills for job search and workplace success
Your ability to communicate clearly and in a professional manner is key to your career success. This seminar focuses on: business communication protocols; strategies to improve clarity, fluency, pace and pronunciation; communicating with confidence and Swinburne and community support resources.
Swinburne Indoor Soccer Tournament 2018
Join in this years' Annual Swinburne Indoor Soccer Tournament, hosted by the International Student Advisory & Support (ISA&S).
Engineers Australia briefing
Guest speakers from Engineers Australia provide an overview of skills assessment requirements for international engineering qualifications and benefits of membership. Plus insights into the engineering employment market in Australia, including where to find job vacancies, skills in demand and more.
Completion of studies seminar for final year students
If you're an international student completing your Swinburne studies this semester, join us for this celebratory afternoon tea. Get advice on taking the next steps after university, as well as tips for finalising your studies.
IT student speed networking
This is a great opportunity to make industry connections with IT professionals who can share their insights on getting your professional career started.
Reminiscence Therapy | Seminar Series on Ageing
Associate Profesor Sunil Bhar will explore reminiscence therapy, a form of treatment which aims to enhance the wellbeing of older adults through reviewing past experiences, challenges, and successes.
Elder Abuse | Seminar Series on Ageing
Simon Curran will discuss the hard-hitting issue of elder abuse and the role of mediation and counselling.
Centre for Social Impact Seminar Series: Co-designing social enterprise legal models
Learn about social enterprise and the law with our own Dr Mike Moran
Swinburne Student Life Awards
The annual Student Life Awards recognise the outstanding contributions that our top clubs, sports people, student leaders, and volunteers bring to the Swinburne community.
First International Conference on 3D Construction Printing
3D construction printing is a rapidly emerging field of research with great promise to introduce much-needed automation in construction. Join Swinburne as we host the First International Conference on 3D Construction Printing this November.
Global Congress on Manufacturing and Management
The global forum to exchange knowledge on materials, manufacturing, digital technologies and business management featuring a keynote address from our own Professor Aleksander Subic
National Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Conference
The National Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Conference 2018: Progressing Reconciliation will be co-hosted by three of Australia’s leading organisations in Swinburne University of Technology, Reconciliation Australia, and the Korin Gamadji Institute, Richmond Football Club.