The partnership between ECA and Swinburne University of Technology will provide the delivery of master degrees in information technology and construction management to international students.

The ECA and SUT teams are very excited about the new partnership and great growth opportunities it brings to both organisations.

“We’re very excited to announce our partnership with Swinburne and we have been working very closely with their team to drive the initiative in Sydney and offer to our international students the opportunity to study at this incredible university,” says Rodrigo Guimaraes, Head of Student Recruitment at ECA.

“Graduates from the offered courses are in high demand with the growing international and national shortage of experts in digital technologies. Swinburne’s new programs in Sydney will fill a niche in the Sydney market for international students looking for courses to meet the workforce of the future, and deliver high quality graduate outcomes,” says Swinburne Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Professor Duncan Bentley.

In all education partnerships, academic quality assurance and governance are followed rigorously in the establishment and delivery of courses.

“Swinburne is committed to providing excellent outcomes in learning and is dedicated to delivering outstanding experiences for our students to help them achieve their professional purpose,” says Professor Bentley.

The first student intake is September 2019, followed by the next intake in January 2020.

Postgraduate courses available include:

  • Master of Information Technology (bachelor degree in a non-IT discipline)
  • Master of Information Technology (Professional Computing) (bachelor degree in IT)
  • Master of Construction and Infrastructure Management (bachelor or qualification in related area)

Please do not hesitate to contact ECA for more information.

www.swinburne.edu.au/sydney

sydneyinfo@swin.edu.au

Australia 1800 595 333
+61 2 9160 7788 for International

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