At Swinburne, our industry-linked projects enable you to take on authentic industry-based challenges related to your future career. All projects are team-based and guided by real industry professionals.
Benefits of our industry-linked projects
Industry-linked projects allow you to graduate with the confidence and skills to tackle any project or challenge in your future workplace.
This invaluable opportunity will not only put you on the path to a successful career, you will also have the chance to:
- participate in real, industry challenges that may include competitions, research projects or internal briefs
- learn how to apply your knowledge to industry-based projects
- improve your teamwork skills
- develop your initiative and problem-solving capacity.
Our industry-linked projects are normally undertaken as a unit of study during the final year of your course and run for one or two semesters depending on your course. Industry-linked projects often take place on campus.
As a Swinburne student, you can complete an industry-linked project as part of a unit of study. Most units are worth 12.5 credit points.
Eligibility and fees
In order to be eligible to take part in an industry-linked project at Swinburne, students must be enrolled in a course that has an industry-linked project as an accredited study option or requirement.
Note: Each industry-linked project unit will also have specific unit prerequisites.
Industry-linked project fees
Students will be charged standard unit tuition fees for the industry-linked project units.
More information about our industry-linked projects
Industry-linked projects are done as part of a unit of study and may be a requirement of your course. To discuss available units, speak with your course coordinator, or contact us for more information.