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
I’m training to become Australia’s first woman astronaut. Here’s what it takes
Going to space is no easy task and requires a lot of training to achieve. Analysis for The Conversation by Kim Ellis Hayes, Swinburne University of Technology.Wednesday 04 August 2021
Swinburne celebrates women astronomers
To mark Women Astronomers Day, Swinburne is sharing the stories of some of the amazing women improving our understanding of space.Friday 30 July 2021
We must include more women in physics — it would help the whole of humanity
Gender equality in physics academia and industry must improve, as studies reveal how little representation and respect there is for women in this space. Analysis for The Conversation by Cathy Foley, Prajval Shastri and Sarah Maddison, Swinburne University of Technology.Friday 30 July 2021
Billionaires’ space race could help our planet
The trip of a lifetime for the world’s billionaires could change their perspective, and then the world.Monday 19 July 2021
Milestone discovery of two neutron star-black hole collisions
Australian scientists led the discovery of the collision of the two most extreme objects in the Universe.Tuesday 29 June 2021
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