Respond to an industry brief, solve a thorny industry problem, or get hands-on with the tools and methods used in your field of study. This is real industry experience built-in to your degree.
Benefits of our industry-linked projects
Put what you’ve learned in the classroom into practice. These invaluable opportunities to work on industry and community projects are a chance to:
- gain real insights into your chosen industry
- work on real solutions to real industry and community problems
- learn how to apply your knowledge to industry
- improve your teamwork skills
- in many cases, interact and network with industry professionals
- develop your initiative and problem-solving capacity.
As a Swinburne student, you’ll complete an industry-linked project as part of a unit of study usually worth 12.5 credit points.
Some industry-linked projects are worth 25 credit points and can run over one or two semesters.
Students will be charged standard unit tuition fees for industry-linked project units.