The transition from school to university can be daunting, but also incredibly exciting. Are you ready to start your adventure?
We run a bunch of events throughout the year for Year 11 and 12 students. Attend Open Day or an information session, and speak to our friendly staff and current students about studying with us.
See upcoming events.
The Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) is offered through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) for students who have experienced educational disadvantage. SEAS allows VTAC selection officers to grant extra consideration for course entry by taking into account any short or long-term disadvantage.
Find out if you're eligible for special consideration
From a regional or interstate school?
Transitioning to a new location, a fresh learning environment, events, diverse studying options and making new friends all combine to make university a seriously interesting and exciting place to be.
We want you to have a great experience, which is why we offer a range of services to make your transition from regional areas and interstate to Swinburne smooth.
As a regional or interstate student, you may be eligible to receive special consideration towards your application based on your location through the Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS).
Didn’t meet the maths prerequisite?
Orientation helps you get started at Swinburne and settle into university life. During orientation we will provide you with handy tips and resources to help you prepare for study.
Swinburne Student Life
Swinburne Student Life organises sporting and entertainment activities throughout the year, including Orientation Week. Swinburne Student Life also provides support, academic advice and representation for students.
Living in Melbourne, Australia
When you arrive, you’ll quickly discover why we have such a great reputation for sport, art, culture, shopping (and the best coffee on the planet!). Here are some of the things you can look forward to in our beautiful city.
Study with us while you’re still at school
Keen to get a jump start on your career? Nice one! Take on skills-based learning while you’re still at school.
Vocational Education and Training for Secondary Students (VETSS)
Keen to get a jump start on your career? Nice one! Vocational Education and Training for Secondary Students (VETSS) allows you to take on skills-based learning while completing your VCE or Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning.
You’ll study one of our certificate-level courses and gain practical hands-on skills while you’re still at school.
Find out more about VETSS
Visit the Swinburne Hub
Swinburne Hub is designed to give you more information about the vocational education options that we offer. If you're preparing for your first job, looking to retrain or taking the first step in a career change, Swinburne Hub provides one-on-one consultation for:
- Skills and job advice
- VCE Connect and VCAL
- VET Programs for Schools
- Vocational Education and Training.
The Early Leaders Program for Year 11 students
Build the confidence, skills and network you need to transition to university with ease. The Early Leaders Program is all about preparing you for your future.