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‘I chose to study at Swinburne because I wanted to completea degree that would give me some practical work experienceand therefore a competitive edge over graduates from otheruniversities. My Industry-Based Learning placement offeredme insight into working life and a clearer idea of the careerpath I would like to take. It also allowed me to apply what I’velearnt in a real work environment and has enriched my overalluniversity experience.‘LinhBachelor of Design (Communication Design)/Bachelor of Business


}Begin } your creative careerSwinburne’s prestigious design courses let you combine imaginationand innovation with smart business sense. Our strong industry connectionswill help you harness your natural creativity and apply it in industry.Whether you aspire to design advertisingcampaigns, publications, interiors, animations,games, packaging, consumer products,transportation systems or pop-up shops, youwill find a design course to realise your dream.Design FactorySwinburne Design Factory is the first ‘living lab’dedicated to design in Australia. Student teamswork in a professional setting to solve problemsor improve products and services for business,government and not-for-profit organisations.Add an international edgeto your courseBroaden your design perspective with aninternational study experience. We offerthree-week study tours to countries includingVietnam, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Germany, Austriaand Switzerland. Alternatively, you couldundertake an international exchange forone or two semesters.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/studytoursStudents undertaking an honours year havethe opportunity to work in interdisciplinaryteams in the Design Factory. Led by expert stafffrom across the university, you’ll tackle specificinnovation challenges for industry sponsors.You could work on projects with students acrossthe Design Factory network, from countriesincluding Finland, China and Chile.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/designfactoryCover image: The Nest, Edward Linacre, Bachelor ofDesign (Industrial Design) alumnus.3


Studying designOur design courses give you the skills youneed – not just the theory – so you’ll havefirst-hand knowledge of what’s neededwhen you start work.Finding the right courseA design course could be right for you ifyour interests include:■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■designcommunicationhumanistic elements of spaceand environmentspopular culturevisual expressionsocial change and sustainabilitysolving problemsstyle, colour and formworking with ideas to creatively expressand present them.These courses can lead to careers such as:■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■advertising/art directoranimatorcinematographerdesign managerexhibition designerfurniture designergraphic designer/illustratorindustrial/product designerinteraction designerinterior architecture designerinterior designerpackaging designerpost-production visual effects artistservice designervideo game designer/developerwebsite and app designer.Studying at universityDegreesA design degree usually takes three or fouryears to complete (full-time). You will berequired to complete 24 or 32 units of study,most of which will be in your primary area ofstudy and become your major. Most degreesalso allow you to complete elective units, andyou may have the option to complete acombination of a major and a minor.Double degreesCompleting a double degree is a great way tobroaden your study experience. The Bachelorof Design (Communication Design)/Bachelorof Business combines two areas of study andusually takes four years to complete (full-time).Flexible course structureOur flexible course structure allows you to adddepth and breadth to your degree by letting youchoose from an extensive range of subjectsfrom different disciplines.HonoursYou may be able to pursue your undergraduatestudies at an advanced level by completing anadditional specialised honours year. An honoursyear allows you to deepen your understanding inyour major field and develop your research skills.Pathway courseThe Diploma of Design (UniLink) provides analternative to first-year university for studentswho fall short of direct entry into a bachelordegree. This higher education diploma isequivalent to the first year of a bachelor degreein design. Successful completion of a Diplomaof Design (UniLink) allows you to pathway intothe second year of a range of degrees.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/pathways/unilinkIndustry Engaged LearningAs a Swinburne undergraduate degree student,there are many opportunities to extend yourlearning beyond the classroom and becomebetter prepared for your career. IndustryEngaged Learning programs allow you toengage directly with industry. You can takepart in one or many, including:■■■■■■Industry-Based LearningCapstone Projectsinternships.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/ielLearning and AcademicSkills CentreSwinburne’s learning and academic skillsadvisers can help you to study smarter andachieve better results. Develop your skills in:■■■■■■■■■■■■essay, report and thesis writingmaths, statistics, physics and chemistrygiving presentationsresearching and referencingmaking assignments look more professionalpreparing for exams.You can attend free workshops and seminars,and make individual or group appointmentswith an adviser. A range of online resources isalso available.Credit transferIf you have been studying or have completed aqualification at another Australian or internationalinstitution, you may be eligible to receive creditand enter a degree with advanced standing. Tofind out if you are eligible for credit transfer intothe degree of your choice, phone 1300 275 794to speak to an adviser.To find information about allSwinburne courses, visitwww.swinburne.edu.au/courses4


Vocational educationLearn the skills that are in demand byemployers and be taught by experiencedteachers who are practitioners in their field.During your course you will use the equipmentand technology used in industry, and gaininsights and abilities that are expected inmodern workplaces.All of our courses have work-based elements,which can include work placements andprojects, and workplace scenarios andsimulations. This ensures you are preparedto get a job, make a significant contributionat work or further develop your career.A range of design vocational courses isavailable, including:■■■■■■■■■■■■■■Advanced Diploma of Graphic DesignDiploma of Graphic DesignDiploma of Interior Design and DecorationDiploma of Photo ImagingDiploma of Visual ArtsDiploma of Visual MerchandisingCertificate IV in Design.Diploma to degreeWhether you have completed an advanceddiploma or diploma at Swinburne or anotherinstitution, a range of pathway options are inplace to help you move between vocationaltraining and a degree.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/pathways(Top to bottom, left to right)Junk Book Project: Melissa Ruljancich (Bachelor of Design(Interior Architecture)); The Snow Leopard: PremsineeKhaothong (Bachelor of Design (Communication Design));Personal Respiratory Protection Device: Lucas Chan (Bachelorof Engineering (Product Design) (Honours)); Flux: James Silvestro(Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)); Character Art:Stephanie Chan (Bachelor of Design (Digital Media Design));Blue Monday: Andrew Robertson (Bachelor of Design(Communication Design)); Curve Speakers: John Eggleston(Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design)).5


Course informationCommunication design}}Bachelor of Design(Communication Design)Career opportunitiesCampus: Hawthorn, onlineDuration: Three years full-time or equivalent part-timeVCE prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study scoreof at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in anyother English, and a study score of at least 20 inone of Art, Interactive Digital Media (VCE VET), Media,Product Design and Technology, Studio Arts or VisualCommunication DesignApplication: Hawthorn: VTAC (Semester 1) ordirect (all intakes)Online: DirectVTAC code: 3400236101 (CSP), 3400236103 (IFP)2014 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: 78.40This course offers students a solid understanding ofcommunication design across a broad range of mediato prepare them for the challenges of an exciting andevolving industry. Students explore the communicationimperative in a commercial environment and learnhow to respond confidently to design problems.Students also explore an area of specialisation andproduce a portfolio that demonstrates diverse ideageneration and production skills. The course has astrong technology base and provides the skills andknowledge needed to become imaginative thinkers,refined practitioners and well-informed designers.Students are encouraged to participate in study toursand international exchange programs to broaden theirunderstanding of design in a global context.Swinburne also offers an honours (fourth) year forthis degree.Major study areasStudents complete studies in:■■20th century design■■brand and identity design■■communication design strategy■■design concepts and narratives■■design for production■■digital design■■typography■■visual communication■■web design.Students also select one specialisation from:■■advertising design and strategy■■design for publication■■illustrative media■■motion graphics■■packaging and brand design■■photography■■web and mobile devices.Graduates may find careers in design consultancy,advertising, infographics, publishing, merchandising,packaging design, branding and communicationstrategy, education and research.Professional recognitionGraduates may be eligible for membership of theAustralian Graphic Design Association and DesignInstitute of Australia.VTAC FEE-TYPE CODESCSP: Commonwealth supported placeFTDP: Fee type determined by providerIFP: International fee placeVisit www.vtac.edu.au to find your fee-type eligibility.}}Bachelor of Design(Communication Design) (Honours)Campus: HawthornDuration: Four years full-time or equivalent part-timeVCE prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study scoreof at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in anyother English, and a study score of at least 20 inone of Art, Interactive Digital Media (VCE VET), Media,Product Design and Technology, Studio Arts or VisualCommunication DesignApplication: VTAC (Semester 1) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: 3400236041 (CSP), 3400236043 (IFP)2014 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: 91.45This comprehensive course equips students withhigh-end strategic and conceptual thinking skills,informed by research, to help them create innovativeand refined visual design solutions. Students arementored by experts via industry-focused workshopsand encouraged to build strong industry networksthrough an industry placement, work in the SwinburneDesign Factory or participation in industry projects.Students produce a portfolio that reflects a focusedapproach to design thinking and practice, positioningthem to help shape the future of contemporary designpractice.Students are encouraged to participate in study toursand international exchange programs to broaden theirunderstanding of design in a global context.Major study areasStudents complete studies in:■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■20th century designcommunication design strategycontemporary design issuesdesign for productiondesign researchdigital designinformation designpackaging designphotographytypography.Students also gain industry experience throughworkshops and by undertaking an industry placementor project.Career opportunitiesGraduates may find careers in design strategy,advertising, branding design strategy, design andmanagement, consultancy, design research, education,information design, publishing, packaging designand wayfinding.Professional recognitionGraduates may be eligible for membership of theAustralian Graphic Design Association and DesignInstitute of Australia.6


}}Bachelor of Design(Communication Design)/Bachelor of BusinessCampus: HawthornDuration: Four years full-time or equivalent part-timeVCE prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study scoreof at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in anyother English, and a study score of at least 20 inone of Art, Interactive Digital Media (VCE VET), Media,Product Design and Technology, Studio Arts or VisualCommunication DesignApplication: VTAC (Semester 1) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: 3400236011 (CSP), 3400236013 (IFP)2014 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: 80.50This course provides students with the skillsnecessary to introduce elements of design intobusiness-related studies and apply sound businessprinciples to design practice to improve commercialoutcomes. Students also develop skills highly valuedby employers, such as analysis, problem-solving,presentation and communication skills. Studentswill become well equipped for employment in anincreasingly creative and technologically drivenmarketplace, with the ability to adapt and respondappropriately as change occurs.Major study areasIn addition to communication design units, studentsselect one business major from:■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■advertisingcommercial lawentrepreneurship and innovationfinancehuman resource managementinternational businessmanagementmarketingpublic relationstourism management.Career opportunitiesGraduates may find careers in a broad range ofdesign and business environments such as designor business consultancy, design management,advertising, publishing, education and designresearch or business development, or in rolesrelated to their business major.Professional recognitionGraduates may be eligible for membership of theAustralian Graphic Design Association, AustralianHuman Resources Institute, Australian Institute ofManagement, Australian Marketing Institute, DesignInstitute of Australia, Financial Services Institute ofAustralasia, Governance Institute of Australia, PublicRelations Institute of Australia and StockbrokersAssociation of Australia.The human resource management major isprofessionally accredited by the AustralianHuman Resources Institute.The public relations major is professionally accreditedby the Public Relations Institute of Australia.Design}}Diploma of Design (UniLink)Campus: HawthornDuration: Eight months full-time or equivalent part-timeVCE prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study scoreof at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in anyother English, and a study score of at least 20 inone of Art, Interactive Digital Media (VCE VET), Media,Product Design and Technology, Studio Arts, SystemsEngineering or Visual Communication DesignApplication: VTAC (February start) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: 3400236301 (CSP), 3400236303 (IFP)2014 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: 50.00This higher education diploma provides an alternativepathway to the second year of a bachelor degree. Itincludes study in digital, interactive and 3D design. Theunits are similar to those offered in the first year of abachelor degree, but classes are smaller and studentshave more one-on-one time with teachers.Students extend their creative and practical designskills and develop a modern approach to the role ofdesign in society.Major study areas■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■20th century design3D communication3D designCommunication for designDesign studioDigital designInteractive design for web technologiesMethods of investigationPathwaysOn successful completion of this course, students mayprogress to the second year of a:■■■■■■■■Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)Bachelor of Design (Digital Media Design)Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design)Bachelor of Design (Interior Architecture).Students may also progress to the first year of aBachelor of Design (Communication Design)/Bachelorof Business with advanced standing.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/pathways formore information.Career opportunitiesGraduates may work towards a career in advertising,animation, design consultancy, graphic design,packaging design, publishing, research anddevelopment for manufactured products, videogames development or web and interactive digitaldesign, as well as roles in the design of commercialand residential interiors and public spaces, or inmedia and entertainment studios.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/college formore information.}}Certificate IV in DesignCampus: Hawthorn, WantirnaDuration: One year full-timePrerequisites: Satisfactory completion of VictorianYear 12 or equivalent, or mature ageApplication: VTAC (March start) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: Hawthorn: 3400278014 (FTDP)Wantirna: 3401078014 (FTDP)This course provides the opportunity to develop andenhance skills in graphic design, interior design,product design and related design studies. Studentsexplore the historical and contextual basis for design.The course acts as a foundation year for exploring thediversity of design from both 2D and 3D perspectives.Major study areas■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■2D design3D designCommunication designDesign history, theory and processesDigital designDrawing for illustrationInformation designProduct designPathwaysSuccessful completion of this course may allowstudents to progress to another qualification withadvanced standing.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/pathways formore information.Career opportunitiesGraduates will be prepared for further study.7


Digital media design}}Bachelor of Design(Digital Media Design)Campus: HawthornDuration: Three years full-time or equivalent part-timeVCE prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study scoreof at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in anyother EnglishApplication: VTAC (Semester 1) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: 3400236001 (CSP), 3400236003 (IFP)2014 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: 71.85In this course students learn how to develop anddeliver a range of digital media applications, includingprojects for web, digital film and television production,interactive digital media and handheld mobile devices.In doing so, they employ a combination of creativedesign thinking, industry-relevant technical skillsand research. Studies in time-based sequencedesign provide students with expertise in animation,3D modelling, digital video, audio media andcommunication design for electronic media.Students select one specialisation from 2D animation,3D animation, web and mobile devices, motiongraphics, advertising design and strategy, packagingand brand design or stop-motion animation.Students are encouraged to participate in study toursand international exchange programs to broaden theirunderstanding of design in a global context.Swinburne also offers an honours (fourth) year forthis degree.Major study areas■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■20th century design2D character animationContemporary design issuesDesign researchDigital media design new technologiesDigital video camera techniquesImaging for narrative and storyboardingInteractive design for games and web applicationsInteractive design for web technologiesTypography for screen and motionCareer opportunitiesGraduates may find careers in advertising; animation;design consultancy; design management; media andentertainment; music or corporate video production;post-production, including post-production specialeffects; video games entertainment; and websitedesign/development.Professional recognitionGraduates may be eligible for membership of theAustralian Graphic Design Association, AustralasianInteractive Media Industry Association and DesignInstitute of Australia.Graphic design}}Advanced Diploma ofGraphic Design newCampus: Hawthorn, WantirnaDuration: Six months full-timePrerequisites: Successful completion of Diploma ofGraphic Design or equivalentApplication: VTAC (March start) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: Hawthorn: 3400278114 (FTDP)Wantirna: 3401078114 (FTDP)In this course students gain an understanding ofthe specialised technical, creative and conceptualskills and knowledge needed to conceive, negotiateand realise design concepts for complex projects.The course also provides students with skills incommunication, organisational management andproject management.Students learn sophisticated skills in both print anddigital media, including advertising and promotion,art direction, branding, corporate identity, instructionaldesign, typography, packaging, signage and web design.They also learn how to use relevant software such asAdobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop.Major study areas■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■Design theory, concept and processDigital art and designDigital imagingDrawing techniquesGraphic artsGraphic pre-pressPrint processingProject managementTypography techniquesWeb designPathwaysSuccessful completion of this course may allowstudents to progress to one of the following degreeswith advanced standing:■■■■■■■■■■Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)Bachelor of Design (Digital Media Design)Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design)Bachelor of Design (Interior Architecture)Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)/Bachelor of Business.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/pathways formore information.Career opportunitiesGraduates may be prepared to work as a graphicdesigner or web designer in advertising, finished artstudios, publishing (newspaper and magazines), retailadvertising, printers, film and television productionhouses, educational institutions or government.}}Diploma of Graphic DesignCampus: Hawthorn, WantirnaDuration: Eighteen months full-timePrerequisites: Satisfactory completion of VictorianYear 12 or equivalent, or successful completion ofCertificate IV in Design or equivalent, or relevantwork experience. Applicants must present a folioof work.Application: VTAC (March start) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: Hawthorn: 3400278114 (FTDP)Wantirna: 3401078114 (FTDP)In this course students learn to create and executedesign concepts efficiently and economically. Thecourse teaches students how to combine technical,creative and conceptual skills to meet design briefsand solve a range of visual communication problems.Students use traditional and electronic media toassemble camera-ready and digital artwork forgraphic reproduction and web-based output. Webdesign and production is also covered in the course.Major study areas■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■Design theory, concept and processDigital art and designDigital imagingDrawing techniquesGraphic artsGraphic pre-pressPhotographyPrint processingTypography techniquesWeb designPathwaysSuccessful completion of this course may allowstudents to progress to another qualification withadvanced standing.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/pathways formore information.Career opportunitiesGraduates may find employment in advertisingagencies, graphic design and finished art studios,publishing (newspaper and magazines), retailadvertising, printers, film and television productionhouses, educational institutions or government.8


Industrial design}}Bachelor of Design(Industrial Design)Campus: HawthornDuration: Four years full-time or equivalent part-timeVCE prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study scoreof at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in anyother English, and a study score of at least 20 inone of Art, Interactive Digital Media (VCE VET), Media,Product Design and Technology, Studio Arts, SystemsEngineering or Visual Communication DesignApplication: VTAC (Semester 1) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: 3400236201 (CSP), 3400236203 (IFP)2014 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: 70.00In this course students learn how to develop productsthat meet human needs and expectations, rangingfrom personal and household items to commercialand industrial equipment. Materials selection, energyuse, human interface and environmental sustainabilityare some of the design parameters considered in theresearch and development undertaken to design newproducts for mass production.Students develop creative and technological aptitudethrough a user-centred design program supportedby business studies, professional practice, consumerknowledge, sustainability and design ethics. Theyexplore materials and manufacturing techniquesto create product concepts and learn how tocommunicate their ideas using industry-standardsoftware and workshop-based prototyping facilities.Students are encouraged to participate in study toursand international exchange programs to broaden theirunderstanding of design in a global context.Swinburne also offers an honours year for this degree.Major study areas■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■20th century designContemporary design issuesDesign for manufactureDesign researchDigital sketching and renderingExplanatory and technical sketchingIdeation sketchingProduct computer-aided designProducts in contextRapid manufactureSocially responsible designSustainable design studioUser-centred designCareer opportunitiesGraduates may find careers in product design, researchand development for manufacturing of products suchas electronic items, consumer goods, transportationvehicles, transportation systems, furniture andfittings, sporting equipment, medical equipment,toys and games.Professional recognitionGraduates may be eligible for membership of theDesign Institute of Australia.Interior architecture}}Bachelor of Design(Interior Architecture)Campus: HawthornDuration: Four years full-time or equivalent part-timeVCE prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study scoreof at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in anyother English, and a study score of at least 20 inone of Art, Interactive Digital Media (VCE VET), Media,Product Design and Technology, Studio Arts, SystemsEngineering or Visual Communication DesignApplication: VTAC (Semester 1) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: 3400236031 (CSP), 3400236033 (IFP)2014 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: 78.25In this course students learn about the environmentsin which we spend our lives and how they are formedand fabricated. They examine our need to revisitcontinually the way we create our cities, homes,retail environments and workplaces in a rapidlychanging world.Students engage in a variety of projects and learn tocapitalise on new technologies and materials in theconstruction of indoor and outdoor 3D spaces. Theydevelop a broad repertoire of representation andvisualisation skills using industry-standard softwareprograms, manual drafting and freehand drawing.Students are encouraged to participate in study toursand international exchange programs to broaden theirunderstanding of design in a global context.Swinburne also offers an honours year for this degree.Major study areas■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■20th century designAesthetics and spaceConstruction technologyContemporary design issuesDesign researchDigital communication for interiorsDigital representationInterior architecture communicationInterior architecture historyInterior architecture materials andconstruction technologyProfessional communication for interiorsProject managementSustainable designTheory of interior designCareer opportunitiesGraduates may consider a career in an architecturalor interior design practice, or as a self-employeddesigner. Careers may be found in the designof residential, commercial, retail, sporting andgovernment spaces; temporary spaces such astrade shows and museum displays; public spacesand environments; or in design management.Professional recognitionGraduates may be eligible for membership of theDesign Institute of Australia.Interior design}}Diploma of Interior Designand Decorationincorporating Certificate IV in Interior DecorationCampus: HawthornDuration: Eighteen months full-time or equivalentpart-timePrerequisites: Satisfactory completion of VictorianYear 12 or equivalentApplication: VTAC (March start) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: 3400278274 (FTDP)This course provides students with the skills andknowledge to create plans and undertake projects ininterior design and decoration. It teaches students theskills to undertake industry-based design projects inlater stages of the course; they learn how to createand plan furniture, fittings, surfaces and colourschemes for commercial and residential settings.Major study areas■■Building materials and construction■■Colour schemes, furniture, fabrics and fixtures■■Computer-aided drafting■■Contracts■■Design documentation■■Design process■■Historic furnishing styles■■Manage client projects■■Planning, arranging and styling the space■■Technical drawingPathwaysSuccessful completion of this course may allowstudents to progress to the Bachelor of Design(Interior Architecture) with advanced standing.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/pathways formore information.Career opportunitiesGraduates may find employment in interior designfirms, architectural firms, design and decorationconsultancies, furnishing and fabric suppliers,furnishing departments, retail or shop fitting. Theymay also work as a self-employed interior designeror decorator.9


Visual merchandising}}Diploma of Visual MerchandisingCampus: WantirnaDuration: Eighteen months full-time or equivalentpart-timePrerequisites: Satisfactory completion of VictorianYear 12 or equivalentApplication: VTAC (March start) or direct (all intakes)VTAC code: 3401078254 (FTDP)This course provides students with an understandingof the visual merchandising industry, including theprinciples and elements of display, the developmentand design of language for product presentation, thedesign and construction of props, styling and workingto an industry brief. The course equips students withthe skills and knowledge needed to work in the visualmerchandising, display and exhibition industries.Major study areas■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■2D design3D designDesign and design theoryDigital art and designHistory of designPhoto stylingProduct presentationRetail and visual merchandisingRetail illustration and designStore designPathwaysSuccessful completion of this course may allowstudents to progress to another qualification withadvanced standing.Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/pathways formore information.Career opportunitiesGraduates may find employment as a visualmerchandiser in retail store visual merchandisingor display departments, visual merchandisingconsultancy and supply companies, retailmerchandising, photo styling, display productioncompanies and exhibition design.Vice-Chancellor’sScholarshipsStudents may select a bachelor degree in therelevant study area. For a list of applicable courses,visit www.swinburne.edu.au/scholarshipsApplication: VTAC (Semester 1 only)Minimum ATAR: 95.00Recipients receive $5000 per annum forthe normal duration of their chosen course,plus a one-off payment of $2000 towards aninternational study experience (subject to academicperformance and other scholarship conditions).}}DesignVTAC code: 3400234131 (CSP)}}EngineeringVTAC code: 3400234531 (CSP)Dean’s ScholarshipsStudents may select a bachelor degree in therelevant study area. For a list of applicable courses,visit www.swinburne.edu.au/scholarshipsApplication: VTAC (Semester 1 only)Minimum ATAR: 90.00Recipients receive $2500 per annum forthe normal duration of their chosen course,plus a one-off payment of $2000 towards aninternational study experience (subject to academicperformance and other scholarship conditions).}}DesignVTAC code: 3400210141 (CSP)}}EngineeringVTAC code: 3400210031 (CSP)George SwinburneScholarshipStudents may select a bachelor degree in theirchosen area of study. For a list of applicable courses,visit www.swinburne.edu.au/scholarshipsApplication: VTAC (Semester 1 only); studentsshould complete the VTAC Scholarship ApplicationMinimum ATAR: 85.00Recipients receive $1000 per annum forthe normal duration of their chosen course,plus a one-off payment of $2000 towards aninternational study experience (subject to academicperformance and other scholarship conditions).11


}}KEY DATESThroughout 2014One-on-one course adviser appointments3 August 2014Swinburne Open DayHawthorn campusswinburne.edu.au/openday}CAMPUSES}Hawthorn campusJohn Street, HawthornMelbourne CBD campus196 Flinders Street, MelbourneCroydon campus12–50 Norton Road, CroydonWantirna campus369 Stud Road, WantirnaSarawak campusKuching, Sarawak, Malaysia}FURTHER } INFORMATION1300 275 794study@swinburne.edu.auswinburne.edu.au/futureCRICOS Provider Code: 00111DThe information contained in this course guide was correct at the time of publication, April 2014. The university reserves the right to alter or amend the material contained in this guide.The information in this guide does not apply to international students. Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/international for information about courses for international students.

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