Discover the latest education news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Swinburne reassures international students on fees
Fri 23 May 2014
Budget won't lead to higher fees for international students
Generosity at the core of scholarship grants
Thu 22 May 2014
Horticulture and Environment students have been awarded scholarships due to the generosity of Old Oak Orchard in Wandin.
A message to students from Vice-Chancellor Professor Linda Kristjanson
A message to students following the Federal Budget
On the creation of higher education cartels
Who will succeed in the free market higher education economy, asks Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research) at Swinburne, Professor Matthew Bailes.
Swinburne and CareerLounge building the future today
Wed 21 May 2014
Swinburne partners with CareersLounge to help students connect with education and employment opportunities.
Living the dream
Fri 16 May 2014
From war-torn Sudan to scriptwriting at Swinburne,Film and Television student, Ez Eldin Deng shares his story of achievement and perseverance.
Learning the lessons of corruption
Thu 15 May 2014
Don’t look now, but a postgraduate place at a top university in Beijing can cost $40,000 for under-the-table admission.
The problem with the way we educate economists
Wed 14 May 2014
Swinburne Lecturer Dr Tim Thornton discusses why we need to focus on teaching economics to a higher standard.
Industry head start for Swinburne IT graduates
Tue 06 May 2014
The launch of a new graduate program will enable Swinburne graduates to make headway in the highly competitive IT industry.
Closing the gap - Swinburne develops Reconciliation Action Plan
Thu 01 May 2014
Swinburne has launched a Reconciliation Action Plan with a commitment to educational and career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.