At Swinburne, we offer various study options that are designed to suit your lifestyle. From bachelor degrees to PhDs and diplomas to short courses, learn more about the study levels we offer.
What is a pre-apprenticeship course?
A pre-apprenticeship equips you with the basic skills employers will be looking for when hiring apprentices.
What is an apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship gives you on-the-job training while you learn a trade, earn money, and complete your qualification.
What is a traineeship?
A traineeship provides on-the-job training for non-trade professions. You’ll earn money and get your qualification at the same time.
What is a trades short course?
A trades short course can prepare you for a trade exam or simply teach you a new skill.
What is a bachelor degree?
Often the first experience at university for people leaving school, a bachelor degree provides you with the theory and knowledge to begin a professional career.
What is a double degree?
Studying a double degree will allow you to study two areas at once and shows a higher level of expertise to future employers
What is an associate degree?
Our associate degrees are two-year tertiary qualifications that will prepare you for a career as a paraprofessional or highly-skilled worker, or for further study in your field.
What is a master degree?
Master degrees are the next step after a bachelor’s degree, designed to extend your expertise in a particular field and prepare you for the next step in your career.
What is a PhD?
A PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) is focused around a significant, original piece of research that demonstrates a critical knowledge and understanding of a particular research area.