Discover the latest education news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
CNIA President awarded honorary doctorate from Swinburne
Mon 13 Oct 2014
Swinburne has awarded an honorary doctorate to CNIA President, Chen QuanXun at a ceremony in Beijing.
Will Australia learn from NZ's mistakes in higher education?
Fri 10 Oct 2014
Swinburne's Professor John Grundy says Australia should learn from New Zealand's mistakes rather than be doomed to repeat them.
Swinburne announces $2 million scholarship program
Tue 07 Oct 2014
Swinburne today unveiled its new scholarship program for 2015 – more than doubling the total number of scholarships available for promising students.
Young mums a class act
Fri 03 Oct 2014
Over 100 young mothers have finished their year 12 education thanks to this Swinburne program, which is now appealing for more support.
Loan limits only way to stop gouging
Tue 30 Sep 2014
Swinburne Vice-Chancellor Professor Linda Kristjanson's views on why monitoring the market won’t be enough to keep university fees down.
Melba Support Services to move to ex-Swinburne campus
A not-for-profit organisation supporting people with disabilities is relocating its adult training service to Swinburne's former Lilydale campus.
Swinburne renews call for cap on loans
Tue 23 Sep 2014
A slower roll out of higher education changes along with a cap on loans urged in submission.
Swinburne academics awarded for teaching excellence
Fri 19 Sep 2014
Swinburne academic staff have received prestigious Citation Awards from the Commonwealth Government.
New Digital Aquarium launched at Swinburne
Thu 11 Sep 2014
Minister for Higher Education and Skills has officially launched Swinburne's Digital Aquarium.
Game on as universities set to compete over fees
Wed 10 Sep 2014
Swinburne's Andrew Dempster argues that a cap on fees needs to be considered to avoid universities competing solely on price.