Our mission is to advance innovation, entrepreneurship and social impact through our career-ready graduates, industry-engaged research, and connecting people and technology.
We’re accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. This recognises our demonstrated focus on excellence in all areas of our mission including teaching, research, curricula development and student learning, as well as our commitment to continuous improvement.
It is synonymous with the highest standard of quality and we share it with just five per cent of the world’s leading business schools.
Our mission strongly reflects the ethos of the world’s largest collective and relationship between the UN and business schools, the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).
PRME operates as a framework to facilitate the engagement of future business leaders around values of responsibility and ethics. As a signatory to PRME, we are committed to shaping responsible business leaders of the future and advancing the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through our teaching, research and engagement platforms.
Quality of teaching and learning
We provide our students and graduates with the skills, knowledge and mindsets to make them flexible and adaptable within the changing and globalised world. Our students are part of technology-rich learning and teaching environments that meet the expectations of contemporary learners and equip them with the digital literacy and confidence to respond to opportunities in their field and to operate their own business.
See how our students and recent graduates rate their experience, collected in the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching – a suite of government endorsed surveys for higher education programs across Australia.
Carbon Literacy Training at Swinburne
Accredited by the Carbon Literacy Project
The School of Business, Law and Entrepreneurship runs a Carbon Literacy Training (CLT) short certification course in collaboration with The University of Queensland, Federation University and Deakin University.
Our CLT was accredited by the Carbon Literacy Project as a bronze level carbon literate organisation in 2022. We are the second institution in Australia to receive this institutional CLT accreditation.
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Is linking time in the office to career success the best way to get us back to work?
In what some employees consider an aggressive move by their bosses to get them back where they can be seen, some companies are now linking office attendance to pay, bonuses and even promotions.Monday 22 January 2024
6 questions you should be ready to answer to smash that job interview
With the new year underway employers are beginning to resume normal business activities and restart their hiring process. Similarly, many school and university graduates are beginning their job search after a well-earned break.Wednesday 17 January 2024
Swinburne's Venture Cup unveils pioneering startups as entrepreneurs take centre stage
Swinburne University’s annual Venture Cup pitch night shines a spotlight on remarkable startups by students, staff and alumni.Thursday 11 January 2024
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Swinburne helps deepen multi-disciplinary understanding
Swinburne recently hosted nine Indonesian students as part of the prestigious Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards, Vocational Edition (IISMAVO).Thursday 07 December 2023
Swinburne and Oracle partner to enhance student employability
Swinburne and Oracle have partnered to provide students with valuable industry interactions.Tuesday 05 December 2023