Creating tomorrow’s solutions begins with an understanding of design, building and technology, today.

We believe engineers continue to design the future of the world, from next-generation computers to industrial robots. That’s why we offer engineering courses at Swinburne.

Engineering courses take you on a journey through a field that creates solutions to today’s problems – literally. We provide you with the comprehensive understanding and practical skills needed to design, build and maintain our built environment. Through your chosen specialisation you’ll also have the opportunity to learn how to create innovative and sustainable products. It’s just a matter of choosing the course that suits the future you can picture.

By the time you graduate, you’ll have the confidence and skills to apply your knowledge to the workplace.

An engineering course could lead to a future within biomedical, civil, construction, manufacturing, mechanical, network and telecommunication environments.

We think it’s an experience that makes the adventure worth taking.
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Student projects

At Swinburne, we prepare you for work by connecting you with industry before you graduate. 

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Student experience

Hear from Parshva about his experience studying engineering at Swinburne, and completing a work placement at Peters Ice Cream.

Learn more about the Bachelor of Engineering (Robotics and Mechatronics) (Honours)/Bachelor of Computer Science

Swinburne's Dr Andrew Ang and Defence Science Technology Group’s Dr Richard Piola inspect biofouling.

Swinburne recognised at defence materials awards


Swinburne's Associate Professor Scott Wade and Dr Andrew Ang were recognised with awards by the Defence Materials Technology Centre. The research aims to prevent damage to naval vessels in marine environments by developing advanced surface engineering coatings.

A portrait photo of Jacqueline Savage, a product design engineering graduate.

I have always been creative and interested in how things work. From an early age I dreamed of being an inventor but a Bachelor of Inventiveness did not exist. Then I discovered product design engineering – it was the fusion of creative design thinking and engineering I was looking for.


Bachelor of Engineering (Product Design) (Honours)