Swinburne's Space Technology co-major is open to all undergraduate students and spans space science, microgravity science, space environment, data and visualisations, space entrepreneurship, space policy, space law and space technologies.

You’ll get to collaborate on real-world projects with local and international industry partners while liaising with global leaders in space science and technology. This creates incredible networking and graduate employment opportunities.

Forecast to grow to over USD $1.1 trillion by 2040, the space science industry offers excellent career path opportunities. Right now, businesses are receiving unprecedented assistance from the Australian Government, which aims to triple our space industry within the next decade, adding an extra $10 to $12 billion per year to our economy.

Discover now and innovate for the future. When you graduate with our Space Technology co-major, you’ll have the confidence and skills to apply your knowledge to a range of roles within the exciting and rapidly-growing Australian Space Science Industry. 

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Study Space Science and Technology at Swinburne

Space for all

Study Space Science and Technology - make it your co-major!

What could be more exciting than the final frontier? Design experiments for the International Space Station and network with industry professionals globally. Work in the newly created Australian Space Agency or form your own Space X. Everyone’s welcome, but if you’re studying a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Computer Science or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), you might be especially interested!

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