Pathway to your future - Mika, Widy and Deep... Mika, Widy and Deep are international students studying at Swinburne College. See how they've settled into life in Melbourne, what they think about the study experience so far, and their plans for future study and careers.
Game Development... A games arcade was set up for Open Day to highlight the types of projects and work first-year games development students can expect to study. On show were classic arcade games like Frogger and Space Invaders, as well as the original Nintendo Game Boy. Students learnt about the history of games and how it all relates to modern-day games programming and the courses we have on offer at Swinburne.
Will my degree have any value in the real world? Your success in the real world depends on how well prepared you are for it. Whiteboards and textbooks can only take you so far. Industry Based Learning (IBL) gives Swinburne university students the option to work in their chosen field between second and third year of study. Not only will you get paid to work, you'll gain valuable knowledge and real-world experience that no lecture hall can provide.
Automotive and Production: Swinburne TAFE... Swinburnes Automotive & Production department is a highly-regarded provider of first class training programs. These utilise the very latest in training equipment.
Channel 10 weatherman, Mike Larkan previews Swinburne car crush... Weather man, Mike Larkan, from Channel 10 News stopped by the Hawthorn campus to watch us crush a car in the lead up to Open Day 2012. The crush was a major highlight on Open Day, drawing big crowds to see the ultimate test of safety and structure.
Swinburne student Dorotea Horina meets World Trade Organization’s Director-General Pascal Lamy! Dorotea is in Switzerland with Global Voices participating in the WTO Public Forum. Visit the Global Voices facebook page for more information.
Sam McKay, a 23 year old Swinburne student has been named one of Business Icon's top four students in the national Business Icon competition. Mr McKay became involved with Business Icon in July this year when he participated in Swinburne's Business Icon 48-hour challenge.