Swinburne combines teaching, research and industry expertise within a supportive real-world learning environment which produces great professional outcomes for its graduates.
As part of our major Professional Learning initiative, Swinburne is increasing its range of work-based and project-based learning options and overseas study opportunities. This serves to strengthen industry connections and integrate career skills development even more firmly in undergraduate teaching.
Swinburne's Professional Learning Model provides undergraduates with a structured range of development opportunities via experiential learning activities, including career assistance, international study and work-integrated learning opportunities, industry-oriented capstone projects in the final year of study and flexible learning options.
Initiatives like Industry-Based Learning (IBL), Electives Plus, Winter Term and Cooperative Education also form part of the Professional Learning Model.
The model will continue to evolve, ensuring that Swinburne continues to produce professionally-oriented graduates who are equipped with skill sets to match contemporary industry needs.