Lilydale Campus – Swinburne University of Technology
Set on a scenic, 24-hectare site, Swinburne University’s Lilydale campus offers TAFE, undergraduate and postgraduate courses for applications. Panoramic views over the Lilydale Lake to the Yarra Valley Hills is the gateway to this famous wine region.
The Lilydale campus offers a sense of personality and a great sense of community.
The Lilydale campus has modern buildings featuring the latest computer and media technology are set amongst the eucalypts, and local artworks and sculptures adorn the walls and grounds.
A focus of the campus is its use of the latest in teaching and learning technology, allowing students greater flexibility in terms of how, when and where they learn. A number of programs are offered via distance education with supporting materials provided online.
Students with disabilities are catered for at the University and TAFE, as are students with needs.
The Croydon campus offers students an array of artwork, an atrium, basketball courts, LA Cafe, LB Cafe, student lounge, student village, library and Swinergy (Swinburne’s student and staff gym).
The Lilydale Student Village is situated on Swinburne University’s Lilydale campus, overlooking scenic Lillydale Lake, about 1 hour’s drive from Melbourne.
The Village is a short walk from the academic buildings, leisure facilities and public transport connections.
The Leyshon Group in conjunction with Swinburne University of Technology, Lilydale, manages the Village.
The modern purpose-built Student Village has 100 beds available in 25 self-catering apartments. Each apartment contains four or five separately keyed bedrooms, a kitchen and a lounge room. Sixty four bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and thirty six bedrooms have “twin-share” bathrooms. A number of ensuite apartments have wheelchair access.
Melbourne, with a population more than 3.4 million, is a busy financial centre, renowned for its parks, gardens and historic buildings. It is a major sporting, commercial and cultural centre of Australia.
With its many ethnic restaurants (30 per cent of the population was born overseas) and user-friendly trams, the city has been voted internationally as the ‘most liveable city in the world’.