Swinburne University


History: The 1992 proclamation by the Parliament of Victoria of the Swinburne University of Technology Act marked not only recognition of its distinguished history, but the beginning of a new period of growth and innovation for Swinburne. From its establishment in 1908 in Melbourne's eastern suburb of Hawthorn, Swinburne has grown from being a local provider of technical education into a multidisciplined, multicampus provider of higher education of national and international significance. .

Location: Swinburne University campuses are located throughout Victoria including Croydon, Hawthorn, Lilydale, Prahran and Wantirna. Two campuses are available internationally at Thailand and Malaysia.

Faculties: Swinburne consists of 12 schools including:
National School of Design , School of Biophysical sciences and electrical engineering , School of Business, School of Engineering and Science, School of Informational Technology, School of Mathematical Sciences, and School of Social and Behavioural Science.

All Information sourced from Swinburne University web site