Discover the latest university news about Swinburne’s strategic initiatives, achievements, research and teaching.
High achieving students receive offers to study law at Swinburne Law School
Mon 19 Jan 2015
Swinburne Law School is expecting its first intake of students with offers going out to high achieving students.
Renewed focus on training welcome as part of federal Ministerial changes
Mon 22 Dec 2014
Professor Linda Kristjanson welcomes the renewed focus on training as part of an enlarged federal education portfolio.
Bill Scales AO awarded honorary doctorate
Tue 16 Dec 2014
Former Swinburne Chancellor, Bill Scales AO, has received an honorary doctorate in recognition of his commitment to leadership and lifelong learning.
A tribute to George Collins, Swinburne Deputy Vice Chancellor (R&D)
Mon 15 Dec 2014
Professor Matthew Bailes pays tribute to Swinburne's Deputy Vice Chancellor.
New Colombo Plan scholarship for Swinburne aviation and commerce student
Wed 10 Dec 2014
Swinburne student Daniel Eastwood-Whitaker will be heading off to China next year after receiving a government funded New Colombo plan scholarship.
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.
Parents should help, not hinder when it comes to study
While the arrival of ATAR results is often a stressful experience for students, the worries of parents are often overlooked.
Things to consider when choosing a degree
Here are 5 key questions to ask yourself when choosing a course.
What to do when your ATAR is better or worse than expected
What should you do if your ATAR is higher or lower than expected?