SEEK and you shall find Swinburne Online
Posted November 24, 2011, by Josie Chun
Career FAQs is pleased to introduce an exciting new range of online courses, from a new partnership between SEEK Learning and Swinburne University of Technology. This means more courses for you to choose from – and more choice means more education and career opportunities.
The new range of courses can be studied entirely online. This means you can study from anywhere, at your own pace and around your other commitments.
Introducing Swinburne Online
Swinburne University of Technology has an established reputation as an institution of excellence, consistently ranking number one in Victoria for graduate satisfaction and amongst the top 500 universities in the world.
Now, SEEK Learning and Swinburne University have established a new entity, Swinburne Online, to bring you a range of quality online programs that deliver the same qualifications as on-campus study. In other words, you can graduate with a Swinburne University qualification that’s accredited, internationally recognised and respected, while experiencing all the benefits of studying online.
Even better, the Swinburne Online programs offered through SEEK Learning are Commonwealth supported – meaning that if you’re eligible for FEE-HELP, you can study now and pay later. You may also be eligible for Youth Allowance, Austudy or Abstudy, just like an on-campus student.
Swinburne also understands the importance of providing support to students when they’re studying by distance. With Swinburne Online, you’ll have access to student liaison officers seven days a week, receive regular feedback and guidance from eLearning Advisors, and be able to communicate with tutors and other students through discussion boards, chat sessions, email and blogs.
The new Swinburne Online courses focus on some of the most popular and valued subject areas, like business, communication and social science. You can do a Bachelor of Business specialising in Accounting, Business Administration, Management, Marketing or Public Relations; a Bachelor of Communication specialising in Media Studies or Public Relations; or a Bachelor of Social Science specialising in Media Studies, Public Relations or Psychology. You can also complete a Bachelor of Technology specialising in Information Systems.
All programs are designed to produce graduates with highly specialised and versatile skills, ready to enter their field with the education and training they need to get ahead.
Hear from Kay Lipson, Swinburne Online Academic Dean, on what you can expect as a Swinburne Online student.