Faculty of Health, Arts and Design


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

Strategies for Success for international students (Faculty of Health, Arts and Design)

This is a free, intensive short course that provides the skills you need to succeed at university, with a special focus on international students. Register now!

International Job Search Tools Workshop

Thinking about working overseas? Come to this workshop to find out more about working abroad.

Orientation session for postgraduate health, arts and design students

Postgraduate health, arts and design students are invited to join us for a faculty orientation session. Register now!

Psychogeriatics: an overview and history | Seminar Series on Ageing

Join us for a discussion about late life psychiatric disorders and mental health in old age.

Open Day

Come along to the most open of open days and experience just what Swinburne is all about.

Understanding, Assessing and Treating Adult Firesetters

This workshop for mental health and correctional professionals provides the most up to date local research conducted at the Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science, and cutting-edge international research and best-practice approaches on the assessment and

Parkinson’s Disease | Seminar Series on Ageing

Parkinson's Victoria's Clinical Nurse Consultant Victor McConvey will share his knowledge and insights about Parkinson’s Disease and working with older adults.

Professional Placements Information Sessions

Come along to learn more about Swinburne's Professional Placements program, where you can gain on-the-job experience and graduate career-ready.

Adam Elliot – From Centrelink to the Academy Awards: Public Lecture

Adam Elliot is one of the world's leading independent filmmakers and 'clay' animators. In this lecture, he recounts his journey that culminated in winning an Academy Award, an inspiring David and Goliath tale not to

2017 Annual Barak Wonga Oration

Adjunct Professor Muriel Bamblett presents 'Walking in two worlds: Can Reconciliation lead us together onto a single pathway for a more just and equitable outcomes for all?'