Our telecommunications courses teach the history, context and frameworks for understanding this crucial pillar of our modern society. 

At Swinburne, we go further than just teaching you about the key areas of the telecommunications industry — you’ll gain technical expertise in planning, constructing and maintaining a variety of telecommunications networks. 

In our telecommunications classes you’ll also learn RF communications, digital/analogue electronics, software programming, Unix, and mathematics.

With the understanding and power of a telecom degree, you’ll have more than just the skills to work in telecommunications, you’ll have the knowledge to solve complex problems with new and innovative ideas.

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Warren, a Swinburne graduate who gained employment at Netflix, discusses digital equality. Studying telecommunicaitons allows you to connect people and ideas from across the world.

The Swinburne Advantage

An undergraduate degree must be about more than just knowledge – it’s also job readiness, professional experience and access to further opportunities. 

We partner with leading Australian and global organisations to offer students authentic workplace experiences. Our degrees can include placements, internships, industry-linked projects, study tours and more. This is your chance to work on real-life projects, solve day-to-day challenges in your field and gain the professional skills that put knowledge into practice. You’ll build invaluable skills and confidence, knowing you have what it takes to land a job by graduation or even before. 

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    New million dollar 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.

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