Space science and technology courses
School-leavers, current students and professionals can all find courses to propel them into the next generation of space technology innovators. Explore our range of courses today.
When you study space technology at Swinburne, you'll explore the most exciting topics in space science, such as: microgravity science, space environment, and space entrepreneurship.
Industry relevant, six-week, micro-credential courses synthesising critical elements of the global space industry ecosystem to support growth of the space workforce.
Youth Space Innovation Challenge
Secondary students can design and lead an experiment that blasts off to the International Space Station each year through the Swinburne Youth Space Innovation Challenge.
Work with us
We have a talented group of scientists and engineers with a broad range of expertise across space technology – we can work with you to drive innovation and help solve your complex problems.
Our latest news
Swinburne start-up receives $1.5m investment to help make mining environmentally safer
Swinburne start-up mDetect has received a $1.5 million investment from the Federal Government’s Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre Commercialisation Fund to fast-track production of its hazardous waste early warning system.Thursday 07 October 2021
- Film and television
Soundtrack your day with these (inter)stellar space songs
From Dr Who to Mr Spock, Swinburne’s Dr Dan Golding has produced a space-themed soundtrack to inspire you to greater heights.Friday 01 October 2021
Galaxies at the beginning of time invisible due to cosmic air pollution
Scientists have discovered two completely hidden galaxies that formed when the Universe was only five per cent of its present age.Thursday 23 September 2021
Swinburne’s Dr Rebecca Allen wins Young Tall Poppy Science Award
Swinburne astronomer Dr Rebecca Allen has been recognised as an outstanding young scientific researcher and communicator with a prestigious Young Tall Poppy Science award.Friday 17 September 2021
Tall poppies growing to orbit
Australia’s space industry is well and truly off the ground. It’s reaching for the sky. But it’s not there yet. Co-written for Cosmos Weekly Taster by Professor Alan Duffy, Swinburne University of Technology and Rebecca Shrimpton, Defence, Space and Infrastructure at the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade).Thursday 16 September 2021
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