At Swinburne, we aim to make your application process as easy as possible.
We run many events outside Australia where you can speak with a Swinburne representative about courses, admission and studying in Melbourne. This is a great opportunity for you to receive advice.
If you are unable to attend an event, you can speak with a course adviser by phone from outside Australia on +61 3 9214 8444. Operating hours are Monday to Friday from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm, Australian Eastern Standard Time. You can also email us on email@example.com
Swinburne has agents all over the world that can help you with your application.
Before you apply
Before you start your application, make sure you have followed these important steps. After checking these details, you will be ready to start your application to study at Swinburne.
You can also read about the Australian Government’s Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) regulatory framework so that you understand your rights and responsibilities as an international student before and during your study.
1. Check that you are an international student
Make sure you are an international student. If you are not sure, you can submit a copy of your passport visa page to us and we will confirm your student status.
If you are an asylum seeker or refugee, your application process is different and you may be eligible for certain initiatives. Check your status and explore your options.
Foundation Year, UniLink diplomas, degrees
For undergraduate and postgraduate courses, including Foundation Year and UniLink diplomas, you are an international student if you are not:
- an Australian citizen
- a New Zealand citizen
- a permanent resident of Australia.
For vocational education (formerly TAFE) courses, you are an international student if you are not:
- an Australian citizen
- a permanent resident of Australia
- an East Timorese asylum seeker
- a Temporary Protection Visa (TPV) holder.
2. Select your course
Use Course Search to find the course you wish to study.
3. Check entry requirements
Make sure that you meet the minimum English language and academic entry requirements before applying.
If you need to improve your English language skills to meet the entry requirements, you can also complete an English language course at Swinburne.
4. Check to see if you are eligible for credit
You may be eligible to receive credit for your previous study.
5. Review tuition fees
A summary of indicative tuition fees for all Swinburne courses is available for your information. Individual course fees can also be found on Course Search.
6. Compile education and employment history
You will need to provide your education and employment history with your application.
Make sure you have relevant information, including your:
- school names
- year of graduation
- employer name
- position titles.
7. Prepare your documents
8. Begin your application
If you have followed all these steps and you have all the necessary documentation and information, you are ready to complete your application form and apply online. Use the below link to access our International Online Application system.