Information Technology

Solving high-tech problems begins with an understanding of technology.

We believe it’s essential to be technologically savvy in a world where technology is so much a part of daily life. That’s why we offer information technology courses at Swinburne.

Our information technology courses take you on an exploration of the IT field. We provide the foundational knowledge and industry skills you need to apply information technologies to a range of settings. For example, you’ll learn how to develop product and services that improve lives, drive the digital entertainment business or provide technical assistance to business and industry: It’s just a matter of choosing the course that suits the future you can picture.

By the time you graduate, you’ll have the confidence and skills to apply your knowledge to the workplace.

An information technology course could lead to a future in health, transport, finance, media, manufacturing, automotive and beyond.

We think it’s an experience that makes the adventure worth taking.
Come, see for yourself.

Bachelor of Information Technology at Swinburne

Gain industry experience and receive a scholarship of approximately $40,000. Hear from students and industry about the opportunities offered through Swinburne’s Bachelor of Information Technology.

Learn more about the Bachelor of Information Technology

Students working in Swinburne's million dollar CISCO Networking Academy



Six state-of-the-art labs. 17 network racks. 700 Cisco devices. Endless opportunities.

These make up Swinburne’s new $1.1 million Cisco Networking Academy, designed to teach students the skills required to thrive in a digital economy.

Rosie BIT study tour

Student experience


When Bachelor of Information Technology student Rosie first heard about the IT for Social Impact study tour to India she didn't think it was for her.

However, this experience helping remote communities in India connect with the rest of the world became "the best thing I've done at uni".  

Information Technology news

Information Technology stories