Higher Education Studies at SwinburneSwinburne offers a Higher Education Studies program in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
- What is Higher Education Studies?
- What are the benefits of Higher Education Studies?
- What units can I study?
- How to apply
- Frequently asked questions
What is Higher Education Studies?
Higher Education Studies gives you the chance to study university units while completing Year 12.
You'll receive credit for the units you’ve studied towards a relevant bachelor degree at Swinburne.
The Higher Education Studies program is recognised by the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) and in 2012 calculates an ATAR aggregate as the equivalent to a fifth or sixth VCE Unit 3 and 4 sequence.
Up to 5 points will be added to your ATAR according to the level of achievement.
What are the benefits of Higher Education Studies?
Higher Education Studies will grant you credit towards a future university degree.
You'll experience attending lectures, working with current university students, interacting with academics and understanding the teaching methods of lectures and tutorials.
The Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Higher Education Studies program is made up of accredited undergraduate units which are recognised across a number of Swinburne degrees.
What units can I study?
The following units are available for the Higher Education Studies program. Units are studied in pairs under their respective faculties.
Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies (FICT)
Faculty of Business and Enterprise (FBE)
How to apply
You can apply for Higher Education Studies by completing and submitting a Direct Application (Extension Studies) Form and following the steps outlined.
Applications for 2013 must be submitted by Friday 15 February, 2013. An orientation session will run on Wednesday 20 February, 2013.