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Open Day is your opportunity to get to know Swinburne – our main campus at Hawthorn, our staff and the extensive range of courses we offer. You can attend information sessions, take part in workshops, watch demonstrations and speak one-on-one with academics and other teaching staff about the courses that interest you.
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Plan your day ahead by working out which information sessions you want to attend and creating your own schedule. Our online Open Day Planner allows you to keep track of what you’d like to see and do by logging in and joining sessions, and you can come back at any time to view or print your schedule. You can also:
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When you’re deciding where to study, it can be difficult choosing between one institution and another. To help you with your decision, here are ﬁve suggested questions to ask at Open Day: 1 Can I choose my own subjects, especially those from different study areas? 2 Can I take part in the Industry-Based Learning program or a work experience program if I choose this course? 3 What will my learning experience be like? 4 Can I study overseas for a semester or two if I choose this course? 5 If I don’t get the ATAR I need, what are my options? Are there alternative pathways? 6 Where can my Swinburne qualiﬁcation take me after graduating?
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If you’re in Year 11 or 12 and you’re from a rural or regional area, you can apply for an Experience Swinburne grant to cover the cost of petrol and transport fares to and from Melbourne to attend Open Day. You and your parents are also invited to the student lounge on level 2 of The George building for a free lunch and the chance to relax before you head home. Visit www.swinburne.edu.au/openday for further details.
Start at the Central Information Area located on level 1 of the Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC). Staff will be on hand with information about courses, facilities and open day displays. See the campus map on page 5 for directions.
business and design. we ensure that our students graduate with valuable and sought-after skills that help them enter and get ahead in the workforce. Besides learning from highly qualiﬁed teachers in your ﬁeld of interest. The Good Universities Guide 2013 awarded us more ﬁve-star ratings in the ‘educational experience’ category than any other university in Melbourne. So whatever you choose to study at Swinburne.Swinburne The right university for you Students come ﬁrst at our university. We equip our students with the knowledge and capabilities they need to establish successful careers through high-quality teaching. innovative thinking and dynamic campus life on offer at out Hawthorn campus. Multiple pathway options Swinburne also offers a range of pathway opportunities. whether you’re looking for a way to progress to a university degree or preparing for your ﬁrst job. Career-ready graduates By increasing links with successful business and industry. industry placement and industry-engaged learning. technology and infrastructure you’ll need to reach your education goals. We continue to invest in our infrastructure and in 2014 will open the $100 million Advanced Manufacturing and Design Centre. and further developing international partnerships and collaborations. but is emblematic of the study opportunities. Alternatively. including for generic skills and graduate satisfaction. you’ll be supported by the staff. a vocational qualiﬁcation could be the right choice for you. The building not only provides state-of-the-art facilities for students and researchers. Dynamic campus life Swinburne’s campuses offer ﬁrst-rate facilities in top inner-urban and local locations. World-ranked university Our rankings – top 400 in the world and top three in Melbourne by the 2012 Academic Ranking of World Universities – prove the success of our focus on and investment in research and research infrastructure. you’ll also have opportunities for paid work experience. It is why we are leaders in science. Course ﬂexibility and choice Studying an undergraduate degree provides options for cross-disciplinary study and engagement. For students who fall short of direct entry into a bachelor degree. Students might add units from a different study area to their degree or work with students from across the university on projects for real clients in industry. innovation. offering skills for work or credit towards further study. our UniLink diplomas are a great alternative to ﬁrst-year university. 3 . modern facilities and industry-engaged learning. technology.
You can gain qualiﬁcations in areas including: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ Getting there The Hawthorn campus is bordered by Glenferrie Road. Lilydale and Alamein lines travel from the city to Glenferrie station in 10 minutes. where tram no. It is approximately one minute’s walk from Glenferrie station. nearby parks and supermarkets. Trains on the Belgrave. HAWTHORN CAMPUS The campus features state-of-the-art facilities and many new and refurbished buildings. ensuring you are provided with an outstanding study experience. food outlets and ATMs are located along Glenferrie Road.16 stops. Park Street. William Street and Burwood Road. ■■ ■■ ■■ Arts and Social Sciences Aviation Business and Management Design Digital Media Engineering Film and Television Health Sciences and Community Care Information and Communication Technologies Media and Communications Psychology Science. Set among the cafés. Campus facilities include: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ modern computer labs and wi-ﬁ facilities cutting-edge research laboratories new student services building health and counselling services student support services bookshop library fully equipped gym with personal training and ﬁtness classes cafés student clubs. boutiques and bookshops of Glenferrie Road. Hawthorn. 4 .Hawthorn campus Swinburne’s main campus is located in the dynamic inner-city suburb of Hawthorn. and a train station practically on campus. it offers an ideal balance between study and lifestyle. and with the convenience of on-campus accommodation. Shops.
Wakeﬁeld Street 5 . Mechatronics. Mechanical and Product Design Engineering) Mechatronics Physics ■■ First aid Parking Free parking on Open Day in the multideck carpark. facilities and open day information Engineering Information and Communication Technologies Science KEY Find out about: Engineering Building (EN) Find out about: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ Formula SAE car (in the forecourt) Laboratory spaces (Robotics.Campus map STUDENT RESIDENCES Old Administration Building (AD) Find out about: ■■ ■■ STUDENT RESIDENCES Aviation Big Bang Physics Show STUDENT RESIDENCES AGSE Building Find out about: STUDENT RESIDENCES STUDENT RESIDENCES ■■ AGSE GS ■■ Design Film and TV The George Swinburne Building (GS) ■■ ■■ Find out about student services and clubs Tour our student accommodation AR AD EN BA ATRIUM LIBRARY Business & Arts Building (BA) and Atrium Find out about: ■■ ■■ AS ■ ATC New home of design and innovation (to be completed 2014) To AV Building Business and Management Media and Communications Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC) Central Information Area Start here to: ■■ Applied Sciences Building (AS) Find out about: ■■ ■■ ■■ Digital Media Media and Communications Science Old Arts Building (AR) Visit: ■■ ■■ ■■ Media and Journalism Interview Lounge Grab a Swinburne showbag Enter the Ultimate Study Pack competition Find out about courses.
The new home of design and innovation Currently under construction in the site next to the Advanced Technologies Centre is our state-of-the-art $100 million Advanced Manufacturing and Design Centre. education and training. transforming engineering education at Swinburne. bringing design students closer to engineering and business students and allowing for more collaborative learning. are modelled for optimum solar shading while also achieving transparency and giving a threedimensional shape to the outer skin of the building. inspired by engine turbine blades. Construction is due to be completed in 2014. which pledged $40 million to the project in 2010. Sinclair Knight Merz and London-based WilkinsonEyre Architects were commissioned to design the centre. The facility is partially funded by the federal government. The design comprises a six-storey block ‘ﬂoating’ above a retained Victorian facade at street level. 6 . where students will be trained in the latest manufacturing techniques. Design will also be located in this new building. The centre is designed to be a hub for researchers and industry to carry out world leading research. dedicated to design and innovation. Sculpted vertical ﬁns. The facility will also house a ‘Factory of the Future’.
00pm Chain Breaking Chains used in anchoring ships require testing to ensure their strength. including Frogger and Space Invaders. three-person rescue mission and an aircraft accident and urban aeromedical retrieval.00am–4. Location: Business and Arts Building (BA). Watch a range of short 3D astronomy movies produced by the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing’s talented in-house animation team. Location: Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC). We have two simulators – Victoria’s only Redbird ﬂight simulator. Room ATC107 Time: 11. Room BA202/203 Time: 10. You’ll learn about the history of computer games.30pm and should reach the end of the run on the ground ﬂoor foyer in approximately 15 minutes.00am–4. which is equivalent to the weight of 500 passenger cars! The $15 million laboratory is a major threedimensional testing facility developed for large-scale testing of civil. Foyer Time: 10. AutoHockey Robot – Swinburne students have designed an air hockey table that allows a player to train or play by themselves using a robot as the second player.00pm 7 . Smart Structures Laboratory.00pm (Tours start every hour on the hour) Film Gallery Calling all ﬁlm buffs! Do you aspire to be a future director. Also available to play are contemporary games on iPads and the Xbox 360 with Kinect. View career path displays and ﬁnd out about business research projects. Location: Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC).Open Day highlights AstroTour Take a 20-minute ﬂight through the Solar System and beyond in the Swinburne Virtual Reality theatre. Location: AGSE Building. You can also learn about our courses in journalism. Room AGSE301 Time: 10. The Bachelor of Film and Television and the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Film and Television) both provide a comprehensive education in the creative. and discover how it all relates to modern-day games programming and our games development course. The 16 millimetre steel marble will be released from the 10th ﬂoor of the ATC building at 12. documentaries. Location: Aviation Building (AV).00pm Robots on Show Chester the Chessboard Robot – Chester allows you to play a real live game of chess with your friends. Location: Old Arts Building. The current record of less than 700 metres was made by a team in Germany in 2012.00pm Marble Run – Guinness World Record Watch a team of mechanical engineering students attempt to break the record for the world’s longest marble run. Watch as we test the strength of these enormous chains to ﬁnd out how much force it takes to break them apart.00am–3. as well as Nintendo Game Boy. Come and relax in some comfy beanbags and munch on popcorn while your imagination takes you away.00pm Business Executive Lounge Come and explore where a Swinburne business degree can take you and enjoy a free coffee while pampering yourself in a massage chair – executive style! Hear from current students about their study experience and from recent graduates about what they’re doing now.00am–4.00am–4.00am–4. media and communications and digital media. read from an autocue. Location: Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC).00am–4. even when they are on the other side of the world. practical and critical processes that deﬁne ﬁlm and television production today. aerospace and mining engineering components and systems. Our team have built a track in excess of 1000 metres. Room ATC103 Time: 10. think right and the robot moves right. mechanical. Room BA311 Time: 10. Mind Controlled Maze Robot – Robots controlled with the power of the mind! Students at Swinburne are developing robotic devices controlled using EEG signals from the brain.00pm TV Studio Would you like to see yourself on television? Visit our TV studio to try presenting the news from our newsroom. producer. music videos made by Swinburne’s Film and Television students. Think left and the robot moves left. resilience and fatigue resistance. Room ATC321 Time: 10. Come and play air hockey against a robot and hone your skills for the world championship! Location: Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC). editor or scriptwriter? Come and check out our Film Gallery where we’ll be showing short ﬁlms. and is the only one of its type in Australia. or watch the ﬁlming and production from behind the scenes. The ﬂight simulators are used to investigate issues such as pilot fatigue and inexperience.00am. And make sure you get your photo taken in the Business Photobooth and take part in our Business Brains Quiz to go in the draw to win an iPad mini! Location: Business & Arts Building (BA). 12. which is used to simulate a range of aircraft.00pm Flight Simulators Watch Swinburne researchers undertake real-time missions in our ﬂight simulators including an exploding oil rig. Students will control a mobile robot and a maze solver.45pm Games Arcade Calling all gamers! Step back in time and play classic arcade games.00am–4. and Victoria’s only FlyIt Professional Helicopter Simulator. 533–547 Burwood Rd Time: 10. The machine that we will use is capable of applying a pulling force of 500 tonnes. capable of simulating six types of helicopter.30pm and 1. Room AR104 Time: 11. and the impact of adverse weather on aviation operations.
00pm 1. General ATC421 12. Psychology. Sociology – Have you ever wondered why you or those around you have so much stuff and yet continually buy more.30pm General ATC421 2.30pm General ATC421 10. and globalisation.00pm Aviation INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Aviation and Aviation Management – Have you always wanted to ﬂy aircraft? Perhaps managing the operations in an airline or airport is the challenge you desire? This session will give you a sound understanding of Swinburne’s aviation programs. view student work and ask current students about their experiences.45pm–1.30am–11. Having an overseas study experience is highly regarded by employers when hiring new graduates. We have two simulators – Victoria’s only Redbird ﬂight simulator. majors offered.30pm– 2.00am–12.00am 1. This presentation will provide an overview of the study tour opportunities currently available in the Arts. International Studies. Health Science. Swinburne Student Experience Q&A – Making the transition to tertiary study can be daunting. and the implications for the planet. Flight Simulators – Watch Swinburne researchers undertake real-time missions in our ﬂight simulators including an exploding oil rig.00pm General ATC421 12.Session and display locations: letters (e. See campus map on page 5 for building locations.00pm–2. Centrelink beneﬁts and how to plan for tertiary studies. DISPLAYS Uni EN102 11. Career opportunities will also be discussed.00am–4. and Security and Counter Terrorism – This workshop will cover different approaches to the major global issues of today.00pm–12. and Victoria’s only FlyIt Professional Helicopter Simulator.00pm 8 .30pm–2. Aviation staff and current students will be on hand to answer questions and provide information about our programs. DISPLAYS Uni EN615 11. Swinburne supports students in studying overseas on exchange or through short-term programs. day-to-day challenges they face and also the fun experiences in education after high school. security. Visit this area to speak with our academic staff. 421) indicate the level and room. Science and Social Science degrees. This session will provide an overview of distinctive features of these degrees. such as human rights.g. and their importance to Australia and the international system. what the life of a university student involves.30pm Arts and Social Sciences INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Arts and Social Science – Swinburne’s Bachelor of Arts and Social Science degrees offer a diverse range of majors. how students survive ﬁnancially. Uni AD108 10.30am–11.00pm Uni AV Building.00pm–12.30pm 2.g. ATC) indicate the building and numbers (e. what will suit you best. Politics.30am–12. the degree structure. entry requirements and possible career opportunities.30am 12. Liberal Arts – The primary objective of the Certiﬁcate IV in Liberal Arts is to provide a pathway to a university degree in the social sciences. Media and Communications.30pm 2. 533–547 Burwood Rd 10. humanities and allied disciplines (such as psychology). There will also be a panel of current students to talk about their experiences and answer your questions. we will take a sociological look at the range of reasons why we do this. Housing Information and Budgeting – This session will offer information on accommodation options. Travel and Understand the World on a Study Tour – Study Tours offer students an opportunity to meet new people.30pm–1.00am Uni EN313 12. capable of simulating six types of helicopter.00am–11.00pm 10. visiting locations such as Vietnam and Nepal. a typical student budget.00pm–2. costs.00am–4. Uni ATC206 10. credit transfer arrangements and our UniLink program. This session will explain the programs – where you can go and how it ﬁts into your degree.00am–4.15pm 11.45pm TAFE Uni ATC421 EN205 Uni EN205 SECTOR ROOM TIME Arts and Social Science – Find out about the diverse range of majors available in Arts and Social Science. terrorism.15pm–2.00pm 12.00pm–12. Information sessions and displays General INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Enhancing the Student Experience – Today’s university graduates need a point of difference to set them apart from the rest. Digital Media. Swinburne makes it easy to pathway between academic levels. how to apply and when. which is used to simulate a range of aircraft. Pathways at Swinburne – Offering certiﬁcates. Career outcomes will also be discussed. Hear from current students about their experiences moving from high school into higher education.00pm 1. experience new places and apply their studies in a way that is not possible in the traditional classroom. three-person rescue mission and an aircraft accident and urban aeromedical retrieval. diplomas and bachelor degrees. This session will explain your options.00pm SECTOR ROOM TIME Aviation and Aviation Management – Come and learn about the exciting jobs a career in ﬂying or aviation management can lead to.00pm–2. throwing out things that work perfectly well? In this session.
Commercial Law – Learn how a degree in commercial law will equip you with the legal skills vital to business success. Join our staff to learn about the broad career outcomes from a Bachelor of Business Administration.30pm 2.00am 1.30am–12.30am–12. Tourism Management – affects national and international economies. International Business – The world today is one of express global transportation and instantaneous worldwide communication. Uni BA201 10.00pm–12.00pm Uni BA302 11.00pm–1. Management – Have you got what it takes to be a leader? Come and learn how a management course will help you develop the skills to manage yourself. taxation and ﬁnance. Business Pathways – Thinking of taking advantage of our excellent Pathways between TAFE and Uni? Swinburne offers a variety of special pathway programs for students with a relevant TAFE qualiﬁcation which allow you to commence a business degree with exemptions – making the duration of your course shorter.00pm 2. make creative and well-informed decisions and evaluate current situations. Join this session to learn how you can combine Chinese.00pm–1. marketing.30am 2. Add to your organisational value by learning to speak the language of an Asian or European economic powerhouse.00am 12. effective communication and relationship building. Marketing – Learn how our graduates are equipped with the skills and knowledge to enter diverse marketing roles including services marketing.00am 11.30pm–1.30pm–2. Human Resource Management – Are you a people person? Come and ﬁnd out how a degree in human resource management at Swinburne is the path that can lead to your dream job.30pm–2.00pm–1.00pm 1. product and brand management. This has increased demand for graduates who are equipped with the skills and knowledge to tackle the international business environment.00am–11.30pm Uni BA302 BA201 10. Come and ﬁnd out which pathway is right for you. market research and international marketing.30pm 11.Information sessions and displays Business and Management INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Accounting and Finance – Meet with staff to learn about the language of business and how this knowledge informs key decisions around the ﬁnancial proﬁt and security of organisations. accounting. advertising.00pm 1. In this session you will learn how these courses teach students to be creative in achieving organisational objectives through advertising. human resources management. business development.30pm–1. Advertising and Public Relations – drive growth for businesses of all types and sizes. In this course you will learn how to manage and coordinate an organisation’s most valuable asset – its people. Entrepreneurship and Innovation – A strong demand for those with entrepreneurial skills exists within the corporate sector and among innovative and fast-growing organisations.00pm Uni BA302 Uni BA403 BA302 10. and demands a new breed of manager with both management skills and a speciﬁc tourism focus.00pm–2.00pm–2. Delve into the legal aspects of contracts. events and promotion. public relations. e-marketing. Languages – Differentiate yourself by adding a language to your degree.00pm BA302 Business Student Experience – Take a look into the future and see what your life could be like as a business Uni student at Swinburne.00am–11. intellectual property. Italian or Japanese with a commerce or arts degree and even how your language studies can lead to a language teaching career.00pm 12.30pm–1. Uni BA403 12.30am 12.00pm Uni BA403 11.30pm–3. business information systems and organisational behaviour. Attend this session to ﬁnd out how our tourism management course gives students a thorough grounding in both business principles and the speciﬁc discipline of tourism theory and practice.00am–11. You’ll also ﬁnd out about Capstone Projects and how they will help you graduate with an advantage. Discover how business graduates Uni are equipped with a diverse range of theoretical knowledge and practical skills to enter a world of wide-ranging career opportunities.30pm 2.30pm BA302 1. organise and lead others.00pm 10 .00pm–12.00pm Uni BA302 11. Learn about opportunities for overseas exchange and study tours and discover how you can fast-track your career and be working in industry before you graduate.30pm Business @ Swinburne – Find out about studying business at Swinburne.30pm 12.30pm 2. while also learning to be an ethical and socially responsible manager. You will also learn how an accounting or ﬁnance degree can lead to a range of positions in the modern global market.30am–11.30am–11.30pm–2. Business Administration – Are you a business all-rounder? This degree introduces students to a range of core business disciplines including marketing.00pm–12.30pm–3.30am–12.00pm 1. and company law to graduate with the well-rounded knowledge to keep an organisation on the right track.00pm–2.30am 1. Come and discover the exciting opportunities that individuals with this unique skill-set can enjoy.30am–11. Uni BA201 11. Join this session to ﬁnd out about a career that can take you across the globe.30pm Uni BA201 Uni BA403 Uni BA403 12.
Come and discover how you can work towards your honours degree.00pm Uni Atrium 10. Many TAFE business courses also provide pathways into undergraduate degree courses.00pm Uni Atrium 10.Session and display locations: letters (e.00am–4. Italian or Japanese language major with your degree. Advertising. ATC) indicate the building and numbers (e. Meet Our Friendly Staff – to discuss where a career in business can take you and ﬁnd out about our degrees with majors in: Accounting and Finance. Is life at Swinburne easy and enjoyable or is it a really demanding environment? Learn some useful hints and tricks about how to be successful in your studies even before you start. Finance and Accounting.00pm 11 . Entrepreneurship and Innovation. See campus map on page 5 for building locations. Public Relations. View career path displays and ﬁnd out about business research projects. And make sure you get your photo taken in the Business Photobooth and take part in our Business Brains Quiz to go in the draw to win an iPad mini! Business Pathways – Talk to staff about the variety of programs including Unilink and TAFE pathways which allow you to commence a business degree with exemptions – making the duration of your course shorter Industry-Engaged Learning and Study Abroad – Visit this stand to learn about the Industry-Based Learning (IBL) program available to all business students.g. Business Administration. Commercial Law. and ﬁnd out how you can combine a Chinese.00am–4. Postgraduate Programs –Our postgraduate coordinators will be on hand to answer your questions about your study options.00am–4. Legal Practice.00pm Uni Atrium 10. Marketing.00am–4. You can also ﬁnd out about the exciting international study tour opportunities available and talk to current students about their Swinburne experience. Come and ﬁnd out which pathway is right for you. Business and Management (continued) DISPLAYS SECTOR ROOM TIME Business Executive Lounge – Come and explore where a Swinburne business degree can take you and enjoy a free coffee while pampering yourself in a massage chair – executive style! Hear from current students about their study experience and from recent graduates about what they’re doing now.g. Find out about Capstone projects – the industry consulting project where you work with real industry clients to ﬁnd solutions to complex business problems. Marketing. Uni BA202/203 10. 421) indicate the level and room. Human Resources.00pm Uni Atrium 10. Talk to Current Students and Alumni – to ﬁnd out about their study experience at Swinburne. IBL allows you to work in a real workplace and earn a salary before you ﬁnish your degree.00pm Uni Atrium 10.00am–4. Management.00pm TAFE Atrium 10. Public Relations and Tourism Management. TAFE Business – Swinburne offers a range of TAFE business courses. Small Business and Library and Information Services.00am–4.00am–4. including Management. Property Management. International Business. Project Management. Human Resource Management. master degree or PhD at Swinburne.
music video-clips and corporate websites to the complex demands of video games. public relations and the impact of design on these specialised areas of communication.00am–4. branding.00am 1. education and research. and joineries.00pm 10.00pm 10. material. Check out some of our students’ best work and chat to academic staff about your dream career.00pm–3.30pm 2. ATC) indicate the building and numbers (e. acoustics.00am–4.00am–4.00pm Digital Media INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Games and Interactivity – If you’re into gaming. advertising. Public Relations and Design. Screen and Media – Tour our display rooms and view students’ work. animation.Session and display locations: letters (e.10pm 1. Uni Industrial Design – View a showcase of student work. DISPLAYS Uni EN203 2. give folio/entry advice and answer your questions. detail and construction of form.20am–11. Teaching staff will also be available to discuss course information.00am–4. drawing. Study Tours and Industry Placement opportunities. Teaching staff will also be available to discuss course information. Uni AGSE Level 1 AGSE 210/213 AGSE 203/204 AGSE104 AGSE202 10. Learn how Interior Architecture students apply conceptual processes.30pm 12. Visual Art – Find out about our visual arts course run by artists in the areas of painting. Digital Media designers are at the forefront of how organisations interact with people electronically – from the creation of motion graphics in ﬁlms. give folio/entry advice and answer your questions. technology. TAFE Design – Tour our display rooms and view students’ work. images. Uni Uni TAFE ATC206 AS409 AS409 AGSE210 10. 421) indicate the level and room. Games Lab – Don’t miss this opportunity to ﬁnd out more about Swinburne’s unique industry-focused degree.00pm TAFE TAFE TAFE TAFE AGSE Level 3 AGSE101 AGSE Level 3 AGSE Level 3 10. Learn how our students combine the latest technical skills and screen-based research with creative thinking and innovation. packaging. Meet and chat to academics and current students.00am–4.45pm–2.00pm–2. print and web design.30am–11. They are the masters of weaving together symbols. See campus map on page 5 for building locations.50pm SECTOR ROOM TIME Communication Design – Meet and chat to students and academics. Interior Design and Decoration – Tour our display rooms and view students’ work. See live demonstrations of current students producing work and talk to staff about Study Abroad.00am–4. Industry Placement and International Study – Meet and chat to students. typography for use in advertising. systems and services that beneﬁt our lives including furniture.20pm–2. medical devices. See live demonstrations of current students producing work along with discussions on what Interior Architecture is and the teaching approach at Swinburne.00pm 13 .00pm 10. photography.00pm 10.10pm Uni AGSE207 11.30pm 3.50am–12.00pm–1.10pm–12.00am 12.00pm 10.00pm 10. Meet and chat to academics and current students. Information sessions and displays Design INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Communication – Hear about the beneﬁts of combining Media Studies.00pm–12.00am–4. You’ll learn about media and media production. As an industrial design student you will consider the ‘user’ as the centre of your design considerations in addition to social. view student work and ask current students about their experiences. Uni Uni Uni 10.00pm Digital Media Design – View a showcase of student work.30am–11. electronics.00am–4. Meet and chat to academics and current students. See our students’ best work and chat to academic staff.00am–4. don’t miss this opportunity to ﬁnd out more about Swinburne’s unique industry-focused degree. Interior Architecture – The spatial and aesthetic qualities of an interior space are inﬂuenced by the design. Teaching staff will also be available to discuss course information. Visual Merchandising – See samples of students’ work and experience the diversity of creative techniques applied in the ﬁeld.00am–4. management strategies and research skills in order to design a variety of public and private interior projects using hand-drawn and Computer Aided Drawings mediums and software.30pm Uni AGSE207 10. Industrial Design – Industrial designers create new products. Teaching staff will also be available to discuss course information. give folio/entry advice and answer your questions.00pm 10.40pm Uni AGSE207 Uni AGSE207 11.30pm 1.50pm–2. printmaking.40am 1. systems and services. sports products. give folio/entry advice and answer your questions.30pm–1. technological. speak with academics. Interior Architecture – View a showcase of student work. Study Tours and Industry Placement opportunities.g. publishing. and digital imaging. publicity. economic and environmental parameters.15pm TIME SECTOR ROOM Digital Media/Games and Interactivity – Find out about our degrees in Digital Media and Games and Interactivity. academics and staff about Study Abroad. Communication Design – Learn how communication designers create the visuals around us that channel our decision making. sculpture. lighting.g.00am–4. creative tools. DISPLAYS Uni EN102 10.00am–4.00pm 10. transportation and associated infrastructures.
Telecommunications & Network Engineering – Are you interested in designing the next generation of technologies such as computers. resilience and fatigue resistance. capable and fun. computer programming and automotive engineering. Mechanical and Product Design Engineering – Are you interested in technology that moves? Are you interested in learning how to design.Information sessions and displays Engineering INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Biomedical Engineering – Imagine researching and designing ways to improve health care and medical services.30pm 2. Risk Management and Advanced Manufacturing Technology.00am. build and maintain the next generation of products? Come along to ﬁnd out more about these innovative courses.00pm & 1. In recent years. which is a unique research facility in Australia.30pm–2. The machine that we will use is capable of applying a pulling force of 500 tonnes. Construction Management. Get a taste for what physics is like in ﬁrst year. Chain Breaking – Chains used in anchoring ships require testing to ensure their strength. Watch as we test the strength of these enormous chains to ﬁnd out how much force it takes to break them apart. researchers have been investigating alternative strengthening materials like carbon-ﬁbre reinforced polymer (CFRP).00pm 12. waterways or salinity issues in a sustainable way? In this session you will discover how our civil engineering courses incorporate sustainability studies.00pm 1. Big Bang Physics Show – You’ve seen the TV show. 12.00pm–1.30pm–3. 12.00pm Uni ATC107 10. Electronic & Computer Systems.30am–12.00pm–1.00pm 14 .00pm TIME SECTOR ROOM Aurora Solar Car Showcase – Check out the solar car Swinburne engineering and business students are developing with industry.00pm 1.30pm 2. Civil Engineering – Do you want to improve roads.30pm–3.30pm 2. two-seat solar-assisted electric passenger car for every day off-the-grid use. DISPLAYS Uni EN203 11.30pm–3. robotics.00pm 1.00pm Uni AD103 11. Solaris is a practical.00pm–1. smartphones and renewable energy systems? Graduates of these areas are employed to design innovative products for a range of industries such as aerospace. electronics and software engineering and provides graduates with the foundation to design and develop computercontrolled intelligent systems. You could be designing innovative devices. Uni ATC Forecourt 10. now live the experience featuring interactive demonstrations to ﬁrst year physics concepts.00pm 1.45pm 2.30am 12. Bridge Testing – Traditionally bridges and buildings are strengthened by reinforcing them with steel plates or covering sections with additional concrete which is like putting a cast on a broken limb. defence.30pm Uni EN101 Uni EN101 Uni EN313 11.00pm–1.00pm–12.30am–12. Robotics and Mechatronics – Would you like to push the limits of technology and develop robots? Learn how the Bachelor of Engineering (Robotics and Mechatronics) integrates mechanical.00pm 1. we tackle popular physics misconceptions and have fun along the way. which is equivalent to the weight of 500 passenger cars! Civil Engineering Lab – Staff and students will be answering questions about courses in civil engineering and explaining the features of the Smart Structures Lab. and discuss the study options available to students at Swinburne. This student professional-project team is pushing the boundaries of what a truly zero emissions electric vehicle should be – desirable. Port and Harbour.00am. meet our physics lecturers and get a ‘selﬁe’ with characters from the Big Bang TV Show. power generating.00am–4.30pm 11. Engineering @ Swinburne – Not sure what discipline interests you? Make sure you attend this session to ﬁnd out about the different engineering courses and the types of jobs that they can lead to.00pm 11.30pm & 1.30pm–3.00pm–1.30am–12. Electrical.30am–11.30am–12.30am–12. At this session you will hear about what this specialist profession can offer you.00pm 11. Watch as we demonstrate the multi-fold increase in strength of simple concrete beams when reinforced with one very thin layer of carbon-ﬁbre strip. instrumentation and software to help advance medical technology and the understanding of the human body.00pm 1.00pm Uni ATC107 11.00am–4.45pm Uni ATC107 10.15pm–1. There will also be a panel of current students in attendance to talk about their experiences and answer your questions.30pm 2. and how you could help to design and manage infrastructure. Postgraduate Programs – Come and ﬁnd out about our range of postgraduate programs in Civil Engineering.30pm–3.00am–4.00pm Uni EN102 Uni EN103 Uni EN103 10.
Screen and Media – Find out about our Film and Television course. You will also be able to use a cyberglove to grab and pull on things within a 3D virtual reality environment.00pm 15 .00pm Uni EN211 10. See samples of student work and experience the diversity of creative techniques applied in the ﬁeld.00am–11. television and the digital media realms. whitegoods and vehicles. theoretical. ATC) indicate the building and numbers (e.00pm 10. Engineering (continued) DISPLAYS (continUed) SECTOR ROOM TIME Engineering Labs and Facilities – Join us for a guided tour of some of the labs and facilities that engineering students use as part of their daily studies. feeding.00am–4.30pm and should reach the end of the run on the ground ﬂoor in approximately 15 minutes.00pm 10.00am–4. Uni Uni Outside ATC103 ATC Basement ATC Forecourt ATC Foyer 11.Session and display locations: letters (e. Also ﬁnd out about our new Animation course that allows student to explore animation in depth. academics and students about our courses in engineering.00am–4. 12. Production Line System – See how a student integrates his knowledge and hands-on skills of mechanics. There will be short movies showing on a 3D TV and students will be demonstrating motion capture.00pm Uni 10. Product Design Engineering – Check out the state-of-the-art equipment provided to our students including the laser cutting machine and large prototyping machines.00am–4.00am–4.20am 12.40pm–3. Meet Engineering Staff and Students – Talk with Swinburne staff.00pm TAFE ATC Foyer 10.00pm Uni ATC103 10.00pm Uni 10. Alternatively. Teaching staff will also be available to discuss course information. our UniLink diploma is a great alternative to ﬁrst-year university. 421) indicate the level and room. business and technical aspects of ﬁlm production required to produce industry standard content for cinema.50pm 2. identifying.g. Formula SAE – Chat to the team and ﬁnd out how the Swinburne Formula SAE electric car is shaping up in preparation for racing in December. See campus map on page 5 for building locations. including an unmanned aerial vehicle and a vertical take-off and landing aircraft. and sorting. Virtual Reality Tools – Come and experience how Virtual Reality Tools assist in the design and development of products. Meet and chat to students and academics.30pm–12. There will also be a mini exhibition showing the types of projects students work on from their ﬁrst to ﬁnal years.00pm & 1. Come and talk to staff about the right pathway for your needs.00pm TIME SECTOR ROOM Film and Television – Showcase of Film and Television student work.00am–4. DISPLAYS Uni AGSE207 11. electrical engineering.00am–4. Uni TAFE AGSE211 AGSE211 10.00pm 10. give folio/entry advice and answer your questions. Robotics and Mechatronics – Take a look at the equipment that students use as part of their daily studies and chat to students about their projects as they work towards the next generation of robots.00am–4. engineers without borders and women in engineering.00am–4. Mechanical Engineering – Watch a team of engineering students attempt to break the Guinness world record for the world’s longest marble run. It’s a chance to discover more about the engineering profession and the types of jobs and careers to expect in the future.00pm Uni ATC505 10.00am–4. You will also get the chance to design and build a model solar car and race it under artiﬁcial lights. Staff and students will be demonstrating a variety of advanced devices including a 3D scanner which will be scanning and generating digital 3D models of visitors.00am. Programmable Logic Control (PLC) and information technology to create a production line system which performs basic functions of automated production – separating. You could also consider the Associate Degree in Engineering and study a combination of undergraduate and vocational units over two years. skills and experience in all the creative. Engineering Zone – Check out some of the projects that our engineering students are developing. Product Design Engineering Lab – Check out this lab where staff and students will be demonstrating the 3D projection system and Smartboard facilities.00pm TAFE ATC103 10.00pm Uni Uni EN215 ATC502 10. a diploma or advanced diploma could be the right choice for you.00pm Film and Television INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Film and Television – Learn how Swinburne graduates have the knowledge.00am–4.g.00am–4. Find out how you can become involved with Formula SAE during your studies at Swinburne and how working on the car can form part of your ﬁnal-year project. Pathways to Engineering – If you feel you may fall short of direct entry into an engineering degree. You can also ﬁnd out about maths and physics and chat to students and staff about industry-based learning. offering skills for work or credit towards further study. The marble will be released from the 10th ﬂoor of the ATC building at 12.
including Frogger and Space Invaders.00pm 10. course structures. rehabilitation. Watch a range of short 3D astronomy movies produced by the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing’s talented in-house animation team. computers. as well as Nintendo Game Boy. employment opportunities and double degree options in business.45pm 2. This session will cover the trends within the local and global ICT industry.00pm 1.00am–4.30am 1. networks and processes come together to create business solutions? This session will include key subject areas. and games and software development. psychology and public and environmental health.00am–4.15pm–12. psychological and practical support. emotional.Information sessions and displays Health Sciences and Community Care INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Children’s Services – These qualiﬁcations will provide the skills and practical experiences for a career working with children aged 0-6 through to workers who are responsible for the planning.00pm–1.00pm–1.00am–11.00pm Uni AR104 11. DISPLAYS Uni Uni EN413 EN413 11. nutrition. Students will learn how to provide a holistic approach to client needs including social. ICT Diplomas and Certiﬁcates – Meet with staff and learn about our courses in networking. You’ll learn about the history of computer games. These programs focus on assisting and improving the well-being of communities and groups.00am 12.30pm–2.00am–3.00pm 10. implementing and managing of programs in accordance with licensing and accreditation in early childhood services.00pm TAFE ATC 322/323 10. Learn about how you can gain two qualiﬁcations in three years providing you with a signiﬁcant employment advantage. 16 Uni ATC 322/323 10. digital media.00am–4. knowledge and understanding to work in the community services sector in service delivery to clients.15pm–2.00pm 12. Nursing – Learn about this 18-month nationally accredited program that provides students with the skills to work in a variety of health care settings including aged care.30pm TIME Uni EN413 Uni EN406 Uni EN406 SECTOR ROOM Applied Information and Communication Technology – This innovative new program is structured as an ‘integrated’ degree that provides an opportunity for students to receive a diploma in IT while studying a degree in ICT.00pm Information and Communication Technologies INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Games Development. Calling All Gamers – Step back in time and play classic arcade games.00am–4.30pm TAFE ATC421 Uni EN213 12.30am–11. Graduates will be eligible to register for National accreditation with AHPRA. Health Science – Find out about our new course which offers practical studies in health promotion. DISPLAYS TAFE ATC420 11.30am 1. Telecommunications and Network Design and Security – The growth in internet and multimedia services and the National Broadband Network rollout are just some of the factors fuelling employment growth for telecommunications professionals. AstroTour – Take a 20-minute ﬂight through the Solar System and beyond in the Swinburne Virtual Reality theatre.00am–11.30am–12.30pm–2.30pm 11.30pm 11. Find out about industry-based projects and pathways into Swinburne ICT degrees. Information Technology Scholarship Program – This scholarship program is one of Australia’s most prestigious degrees offering students state-of-the-art skills in business and information technology.00pm .45pm 2.00am–11.15pm–12. Information Systems – Looking for a course that will offer you a broad knowledge in IT and teach you how people.00pm–2.45pm 11.00pm 11.30pm 2. This session will cover all aspects of the three-year $40. course structure. view student work and ask current students about their experiences. career opportunities and Swinburne’s Industry-Based Learning program.30am 1. web-based technologies.00pm 1. and discover how it all relates to modern-day games programming and our games development course. ICT Degrees – Speak with staff and learn about our innovative and challenging degrees that allow graduates to work in a variety of roles such as software programming.00pm Uni ATC321 10.00am–4. community and acute. sport science. engage in hands-on activities and view student projects. ICT @ Swinburne – Learn about the range of Information and Communications Technology courses offered and the differences between them. Learn about these degrees and graduate opportunities.00am–4. Uni Uni ATC205 ATC206 10. information.00am–11.30pm–3. mental health.30pm 2.00pm–1. Find out about key subject areas. games development and software engineering.000 industry-funded scholarship program. Community Services Work – These courses are designed to equip participants with the skills.00pm TIME TAFE ATC420 SECTOR ROOM Health Science in Action – Visit our interactive display to check out the range of equipment used in our Health Science degree. Tours start every hour on the hour.00pm–12.00pm Uni ATC 322/323 10. employment opportunities and double degree options.00pm–2. Also available to play are contemporary games on iPads and the Xbox 360 with Kinect. Computer Science and Software Engineering – Learn more about these innovative and challenging degrees and the wide range of career opportunities available to graduates.30pm–2.30am 1.30am–12. Health Sciences – Find out about our range of majors in Health Science and speak with academics.
69 seconds. preparing them for a career in the media.15am–11. Media and Journalism Interview Lounge – See our media and journalism students in action as they interview staff. Swinburne Cyber Security Club –A grass-roots “hacking” club for Swinburne students. Named Ruby. Public Relations and Design. come and tour Swinburne’s state-of-the-art radio production facilities. Uni ATC320 10. See campus map on page 5 for building locations. You’ll learn about media and media production. Learn how advertising and public relations courses teach students to be creative in achieving organisational objectives through advertising. Come try it for yourself! TV Studio – Explore the facilities and see what television production is all about.00am–4. secondary school students and anyone interested in computer security. including the time taken to scan the initial status of the cube. ask questions and talk to current students about their experiences. offering students state-of-the-art skills in business and information technology.00am–11.00am–4. Drop in to see a range of student work and tell us about your open day highlight.00pm Media and Communications INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Advertising and Public Relations drive growth for businesses of all types and sizes. DISPLAYS Uni BA302 12.15pm–1.30pm–1.00pm Uni Uni ATC 322/323 ATC326 10. the robot can solve the scrambled puzzle in just 10.g. 421) indicate the level and room. Ruby the Robot – Come and see the world’s fastest two-handed Rubik’s Cube-solving robot.00am–4.30pm–1.00pm Uni AS408 11.00pm 10. editing and sound mixing.45am 1.00am–4. It was built from scratch by six robotics and mechatronics/computer science and software engineering students as their ﬁnal-year project.000 industry-funded scholarship program.30pm–2. A great opportunity to speak with staff. students and possibly you! Interviews will run throughout the day and will be ﬁlmed by our digital media students.00pm Uni SECTOR EN313 ROOM 10. Student Projects – The projects showcased illustrate the multiple facets of ICT and explore emerging technologies and their application to business and society in general.00am 12.00am–3.00pm Uni ATC328 10. Uni Uni Uni ATC206 ATC206 AR Level 1 10. so students are encouraged to publish and broadcast their work as well as create an online portfolio for future employers. ask questions and talk to current students about their experiences.00pm Uni BA311 17 . Our radio labs enable students to develop the skills necessary in radio production. We believe the best way to learn about journalism is by doing it. A great opportunity to speak with staff. The lab simulates large-scale broadband networks and provides industry-accredited Cisco training for students. You will also learn how our courses allow students to combine their studies with hands-on experience. recording. Radio Production – If a career in radio is what you’re after.g. ATC) indicate the building and numbers (e.00pm 10. Postgraduate Programs – Find out about our range of postgraduate programs in Information and Communication Technologies.00pm–2. public relations and the impact of design on these specialised areas of communication.Session and display locations: letters (e.00pm 10.00am–4. Communication – Hear about the beneﬁts of combining Media Studies.00pm TIME Journalism – Come and chat to our journalism staff and students about Swinburne’s unique journalism degree.45pm 11.00am–4.00am–4.30am–11. Find out more about your future in journalism today. Media and Communication – Find out about our degree in Media and Communication. Networking Laboratory – Come and visit Swinburne’s state-of-the-art networking laboratory where the next generation of telecommunications engineers and data networking specialists are trained.00am–4. effective communication and relationship building.00pm Uni EN203 2.30am 1. Information and Communication Technologies (continued) DISPLAYS (CONTINUED) SECTOR ROOM TIME Information Technology Scholarship Program – This scholarship program is one of Australia’s most prestigious degrees.00am–4. A great opportunity to ask questions and speak to current students about their experiences. Journalism – Swinburne’s journalism degree combines traditional skills of communication and interviewing with social media and internet publishing.00pm Uni Uni ATC326 ATC325 10. Media and Communication – Find out about our degree in Media and Communication. Chat to staff to ﬁnd out more about this three-year $40.30pm Uni EN313 11.00pm 10.
00pm 10. Science in Action – This interactive display allows you to check out a range of equipment used in our Science degree. Come and experience a virtual tour of Swinburne’s unique neuroimaging facilities and how they are being used to extend our knowledge of the brain.00pm–12. Come along to ﬁnd out more about our APAC accredited courses. engage in hands-on activities and view student projects. This workshop won’t just get inside your mind. come and learn about these science majors and how our courses emphasise real-world applications. relationships.00pm 18 .15pm–2. This session will outline the requirements for this major as well as discuss how it ﬁts within the area of psychology. A must for VCE Psychology students and Neuroscience/Psychophysiology students.00pm Uni EN515 11.00pm 11. DISPLAYS EN213 11.45pm 10.15pm 2. Science Diplomas and Certiﬁcates – Find out how Swinburne’s science-based diploma and certiﬁcate courses are delivered in an innovative and workplace-relevant format. Sport Science and Psychophysiology. 421) indicate the level and room.30am–11.00am–4.30pm–2.15pm–2. it will give you the chance to have some fun with chemistry and to look at the bacteria and microbes living inside you! Science – Find out about the diverse range of majors available in the Bachelor of Science.00pm Science INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Biomedical Physiology – A career in Biomedical Physiology is full of opportunity – from working in a sleep Uni laboratory to handling machines that save lives. Swinburne’s Science degree offers distinctive study options that will provide you with the skills you need to launch your science career. with excellent resources to ensure you are prepared for a range of possibilities including entry-level workplace roles and pathways to degree courses. ATC) indicate the building and numbers (e.30pm 2.00am–4.00pm–12. Psychology – Our professionally accredited courses examine the relationship between mental activity and physical functions. visit room ATC103.45pm 2.00am–4.00am 12.45am 1.30pm 1.45pm–1.15am–11.30pm–2. Science @ Swinburne – With a strong growth projected for careers in science. Criminology.30pm 2.15am–11.00am 12. A great opportunity to speak with staff.45am 12. This session aims to show how each degree spans multiple areas of study for students to understand and use technologies for use in human physiology.15am–11.00pm Uni ATC206 Uni ATC205 10.30pm–2.00pm–12.45am 1.45pm 10. Drop in to discover what opportunities a Science degree can provide you.30pm SECTOR ROOM TIME Biomolecular Science/Chemistry – Visit our Biomolecular Science/Chemistry lab for a hands-on workshop that will give you a chance to talk with academics. Biomolecular Science.30am–11.Session and display locations: letters (e.00pm–2. life span development and psychological disorders. human behaviour. state-of-the-art scientiﬁc research equipment. For more information on the majors in Applied Mathematics and Physics. the justice system and forensic science. DISPLAYS Uni EN201/202 12. Uni ATC205 10.g. Information will also be presented on potential employment opportunities for graduates.45pm–1. Information sessions and displays Psychology INFORMATION SESSIONS SECTOR ROOM TIME Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychophysiology – Cognitive neuroscience is the study of the underlying neurophysiology associated with mental processes. See campus map on page 5 for building locations.00pm TIME Uni EN515 SECTOR ROOM Psychology – Find out about our range of degrees in Psychology and how they can be combined with Forensic Science. This information session will discuss the wide range of majors available as well as potential career outcomes. Psychology and Forensic Science – Learn about the application of psychology to aspects of the law. and also offer options in Honours (fourth year).15pm–3.15pm Uni EN201/202 Uni EN201/202 TAFE ATC420 12. A great opportunity to speak to academic staff and current students about where a science degree can take you.00pm–12. Chemistry and Environmental Science – With an incredible range of employment opportunities. Uni AS225 12.g. ask questions and talk to current students about their experiences.
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