Why study Business with us?

#1 in Victoria for learner engagement and support services*

Our business degree grads earn 9.8% more^

Ranked in top 5% globally with AACSB accreditation#

#1 MBA in Australia according to CEO Magazine**

Choose Business at Swinburne

Obtain a business degree that offers the flexibility to pursue your interests, taught by industry-experienced professionals that will leave you well-connected and prepared for the workforce. With opportunities to collaborate with industry partners on real-world projects, you will gain hands-on experience in improving business operations. Utilise the latest technology, such as the Adobe Creative Suite, to enhance your digital skills and be ready to tackle the future of business as soon as you graduate.

Develop your teamwork abilities, sharpen your interpersonal skills and adopt a sustainable and ethical mindset, all of which will be valuable assets throughout your business career.

Explore the diverse range of business courses offered at Swinburne, including detailed information on course subjects, application dates, fees, entry requirements, and our ATAR calcuator.

Featured Business courses

  • Professional female smiles to camera at the AGSE building wearing a black blazer


    Postgraduate study for professionals

    Designed for experienced professionals, AGSE courses are co-created with industry and combine real-world connections with leading research.

    Graduates are prepared to innovate in a business environment filled with challenges and opportunities.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Swinburne

Graduate success

Entrepreneurship and innovation graduate Tim reveals what he’s learned from co-founding two businesses, Humble Body and Melbourne Pickle Co.

Jacqueline didn't listen to her critics

Student experience

Hear about Jacqueline's journey from haute couture hair stylist to marketing student at Swinburne.

  • Stuttgart, Germany - 07-03-2022: Smartphone with logo of communications company SingTel Optus Pty. Ltd. on screen in front of website. Focus on center-left of phone display.
    • Business

    The Optus chief was right to quit but real change is unlikely at the telco until bigger issues are fixed

    Optus chief executive Kelly Bayer Rosmarin bowed to the inevitable on Monday and resigned as chief executive of Australia’s second largest telecommunications company. Why inevitable? Poor communication and a lacklustre response during a major system outage is bad enough. Then things got worse when Bayer Rosmarin and the director of Optus networks admitted at a Senate hearing on Friday they had no disaster management plan for the kind of national outage experienced two weeks earlier.

    Monday 20 November 2023
  • Optus store front
    • Law
    • Business

    The Optus outage shows us the perils of having vital networks in private hands

    Optus chief executive Kelly Bayer Rosmarin is set to front a Senate inquiry this week, probing last week’s colossal outage which left millions stranded without internet or mobile phone connectivity for a staggering 14 hours. The company has faced severe critisism for its handling of the outage, including for its lack of urgency in updating the public.

    Wednesday 15 November 2023

*GUG 2021: QILT Undergraduate Student Experience Survey 2019 and 2020

^the median salary for Undergraduate Swinburne business graduates is $65.6K (Highest in Melbourne) 9.3% above the national average – as according to QILT: Graduate Outcomes Survey 2018–2020

#AACSB accreditation

**Swinburne's MBA and Executive MBA are ranked as Tier One in the CEO Magazine 2021 Global MBA Rankings – #1 in Australia