Discover the latest education news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
An education for the 21st century means teaching coding in schools
Thu 21 May 2015
Computer programming is a necessary way of introducing students to the concepts of harnessing data, information & knowledge writes Professor Leon Sterling.
Attention governments and the taxman: everyone deserves a second chance at education
Tue 05 May 2015
Swinburne Professional Writing lecturer Dr Jacqueline Ross discusses higher education fee deregulation and the implications it could have.
Professor Linda Kristjanson reappointed as Vice-Chancellor of Swinburne
Thu 09 Apr 2015
Swinburne’s Council has approved the reappointment of Professor Linda Kristjanson as Vice-Chancellor for a further five years.
Putting students first in the case for higher education reform
Wed 01 Apr 2015
The government has not made a clear case that fee deregulation will benefit Australian students, writes Swinburne's Andrew Dempster.
Why fee deregulation is flawed
Tue 24 Mar 2015
Swinburne Vice-Chancellor Professor Linda Kristjanson calls for more consistent policy settings between Australian higher education and vocational educatio
Dumping TAFE writing courses silences the disenfranchised
Mon 16 Mar 2015
Three large TAFEs have abandoned their Professional Writing and Editing courses, closing the door on one of the longest-running vocational courses.
Where Can An Early Childhood Diploma Take You?
Fri 27 Feb 2015
Careers inside and outside the classroom with an Early Childhood diploma
Grooming the next-generation forensics researchers
Wed 17 Dec 2014
A program engaging top forensic psychology students in their first year is giving them hands-on reserach experience.
A low ATAR result is not the be all and end all
Fri 05 Dec 2014
A low ATAR result is not the be all and end all.
How to support your children through the transition from school to uni
Here are 5 tips for parents helping their child transition from school to university.