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Information and Communication Technologies

Dynamic and constantly evolving, the field of information and communication technologies (ICT) provides exciting and challenging career opportunities. ICT is the backbone of many industries – health, transport, finance, media, manufacturing and automotive – so the skills you’ll learn will be highly valued by many employers..

Make connections with industry

Swinburne’s Industry-Based Learning (IBL) program gives you an opportunity to gain practical experience during a six- or 12-month paid work placement. Your degree in ICT could lead to an IBL placement at Mercedes Benz as a website assistant or with ANZ providing IT business solutions across international departments.


 Career outcomes

  • app developer
  • business analyst
  • game desginer/developer
  • network security analyst
  • telecommunication network engineer
  • web developer

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Student achivement

Award-winning game designers

Award-winning game designers Swinburne students Mitchell Brien and Finnian Millour, have been awarded the prestigious Game Design and Development Award at the 2012 Global Adobe Design Achievement Awards for their video game 'Orpheus'.

The students were flown to the DesignThinkers conference in Toronto for the awards ceremony and were awarded $3000 for their winning project.

Chosen from more than 5,000 entries from students around the world, the game was created over an eight week period, using pen and paper to story board ideas before creating the game with Adobe Flash and Adobe Illustrator.

Student experience - Samantha

Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunication and Network Engineering)(Honours)

"Swinburne was the only university that offered the course Iwanted. The final-year project allowed me to learn a lot more about network programming and to increase my scripting skills. Through the contacts I had made during my Industry-Based Learning placement at Cisco Systems I was able to interview experienced people in industry, which meant I could add an extra dimension to the project."

 

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