Swinburne has ranked in the top 250 in the 2018 Times Higher Education Engineering and technology subject ranking.
These rankings judge world class universities across all their core missions – teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
Acting Faculty Pro Vice-Chancellor of Swinburne’s Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology, Professor Sarah Maddison, says the university is proud to rank in this area for the first time.
“Swinburne’s engineering courses take a world-leading approach to engineering education, with a high level of industry engagement that produces quality graduates.”
This ranking comes after the announcement of the Bachelor of Engineering Practice (Honours) degree, to commence in semester one, 2018.
This revolutionary degree offers an alternative to the traditional teaching and assessment approaches in engineering and has been co-designed with multiple industry partners to ensure students will graduate career-ready.
Swinburne’s world-leading and internationally recognised engineering and technology research is reflected in recent initiatives which include:
Swinburne has achieved notable improvements across a number of rankings over the past year:
As the university celebrates its twenty-fifth year of university education in 2017, these rankings demonstrate Swinburne’s commitment to being a globally recognised, world-class institution.