The Faculty of Business and Law hosts public lectures, research seminars, information sessions and events for current students throughout the year.
You are invited to this free public seminar, where Dr Enrico Banadio from the University of London will share research on street art and copyright protection.
This is a free, intensive short course that provides the skills you need to succeed at university. It's suitable for all business and law students. Register now!
This is a free, intensive short course that provides the skills you need to succeed at university, with a special focus on international students. Register now!
The Faculty of Business and Law invites undergraduate business students to join us for Orientation. Register now!
Thinking about working overseas? Come to this workshop to find out more about working abroad.
The Faculty of Business and Law invites postgraduate business students to join us for an information session during Orientation. Register now!
All law students are invited to join us for semester 2 Orientation. Register now!
Come along to the most open of open days and experience just what Swinburne is all about.
Women comprise half the labour force. Is your business making the most of this talent pool? Professor Santina Bertone from Swinburne Business School helps find the right strategies for your business. Book now!
This workshop addresses the role of innovation within Australian SMEs. Dr Dimitrios Salampasis from Swinburne's Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship asks: how innovative is your business? Book Now!
How secure is your business? Dr Amanda Scardamaglia from Swinburne Law School provides an introduction to the legal framework governing intellectual property law in Australia. Book now!
Are you over 50 and looking at starting a business, changing careers or starting a social enterprise? Adjunct Industry Fellow Bambi Price will facilitate this presentation to help you achieve your goals. Book now!
Professor Paula Stephan, Georgia State University, is a global expert in the economics of science. She will draw on her extensive research to discuss how incentives and cost affect scientific behaviour around the world and