Higher Education Pathways
UDIA have aligned with major Universities and courses to offer additional valuable education to students.
Swinburne University of Technology – Pathway
The UDIA Property Development Program has been aligned to the Swinburne University Diploma of Project Management (BSB51415), meaning that upon completion of the full 6-day professional development course, participants may submit a portfolio of work experience/prior learning evidence to Swinburne and apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), to be awarded the Diploma of Project Management. Upon Swinburne’s confirmation that an applicant has the requisite experience, the Diploma will be awarded to the participant without any further study required.
About Swinburne University of Technology
Swinburne University of Technology is ranked in the top 3% of the world’s universities (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016). With campuses in Melbourne, Australia and in Sarawak, Malaysia, the prestigious and rapidly growing institution is known for leading the way in science, technology, business, design and innovation.
Diploma of Project Management (BSB51415)
In the Diploma of Project Management (BSB51915) students learn how to lead, plan and execute projects to strict deadlines and budgets with a practical, hands-on approach to learning. Emphasis is placed on solving business problems using theory, project management case studies and work-related projects. Key areas of focus include project scope, time management, communications, costing, quality and human resources. The course is recommended for anyone aspiring to a project management position or for current project management specialists seeking to formalise their skills. This diploma is highly suitable for those qualified in other disciplines who would like to further enhance their skills by obtaining specialist project management skills and knowledge. Successful completion of this course may lead to roles in project coordination or project management, or enhance the promotional prospects for those already in project management and aspiring to a senior project manager position. Students who have completed the UDIA program have the opportunity to obtain the Diploma of Project Management qualification via a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process.
Your Learning Journey
- Expressions of Interest
- Conversation with a Swinburne Assessor
- Receive your RPL Kit
- Compile your Evidence
- Submit your Portfolio of Evidence
- Pay your Tuition
- Notification of Outcome
Enrol in Upcoming Programs
Expressions of Interest in Swinburne Credentialed Pathway:
If you are interested in undertaking the RPL Option
or would like some additional information please email our Swinburne Representative:
Call Chat Dias on 03 9214 5458