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Commonwealth supported places
- A limited number of Swinburne postgraduate programs are now offered with Commonwealth supported places.
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Swinburne has been named amongst the world's top 400 universities in a number of prestigious world university ranking lists.
Swinburne postgraduate courses create career pathways that simply aren't available to graduates without a qualification.
Swinburne works with business and industry to maintain the currency and relevance of our courses.
Laser nerve stimulation is the focus of Swinburne's optic research, developing a vision of prosthesis which may result in a tiny laser device fitted into spectacles. Much like a cochlear implant restores hearing, this laser device has the potential to restore sight.
Researchers at Swinburne are developing a cutting edge sensor that will help detect and diagnose cancers early, potentially saving more lives. This new technology is the vision of PhD researcher Emma Carland and is based on an optical-fibre touch sensor as fine as a human hair.