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Choose Health at Swinburne

We know more about health now than at any time in human history — but progress never stops. That’s why we offer courses in the exciting and groundbreaking field of health science.

In our health science degrees you will examine the physical, psychological and social aspects of health. You’ll develop practical skills through clinical placements alongside study undertaken in our own MRI and MEG labs on campus. 

Whether you are pursuing a career in public health, community development, biomed, neuroscience and more — it’s all here at Swinburne.  Browse our TAFE, undergraduate and postgraduate courses to find detailed course information, application dates, health ATAR scores, fees, entry requirements and more. 

Why study with us?

Pathways to a master degree in dietetics, occupational therapy, counselling, physiotherapy and more

Only uni in Australia to have MRI and MEG labs on campus in a single-site facility

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Study Biomedical Science at Swinburne

Study Biomedical Science at Swinburne

Hear from Tara and Don who have taken a year out from studying biomedical science to complete paid professional placements as cardiac technologists at Monash Heart. From conducting exercise tests to putting heart monitors on newborn twins, they’re both learning skills they can use in the workforce after graduation.

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    Work Integrated Learning

    Swinburne guarantees real industry experience in all our bachelor degrees in the form of placements, internships or industry-linked projects. Find out more about Swinburne's Work Integrated Learning (WIL) programs.