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Online Bootcamp Graduate Certificate Courses

Fast-track your career with our postgraduate bootcamps. Designed to equip you with the in-demand skills that employers are seeking, these bootcamp courses are accelerated graduate certificates. Completed over an intensive 20-week period, bootcamps are done 100% online so you can reach your career goals faster. Level up your career with these 20-week, online graduate courses now.


The forefront of change

Swinburne Online’s bootcamp courses give you the new skills needed in emerging industries.

As we navigate rapid workplace transformations, Swinburne Online produces  data analysts and programmers capable of paving the way forward.


An asset to your workplace

By advancing your tech skills, you’ll become an invaluable asset to your employer now and into the future.

Our bootcamp courses are ideal for employees seeking professional development. If a bootcamp is right for you, why not speak to your employer about financially supporting your studies?


More than just an education

When you study a Swinburne Online bootcamp, you won’t just be learning what it takes to work in these roles, you’ll be doing what it takes. In each course you’ll take part in a real-life project with a client and participate in two to three masterclasses per teaching quarter.  industry masterclass.

Learn directly from industry thought leaders and emerge with a strong professional portfolio and a formal postgraduate qualification – making you an invaluable addition to any employer.

Prioritise your career and upskill with Swinburne Online’s Graduate Certificate of Professional Data Analytics and Graduate Certificate of Programming and Development bootcamp courses.

Your future as a technological pioneer


Data Analysts

Data analysts gather and interpret data to provide in-depth and meaningful business insights. They turn that data into information that can help businesses make well-informed decisions.

  • 27.7% job growth in the next five years.
  • Most common salary in Australia $100,000.

Programmers and Developers

Programmers and developers play a vital role in digitally driven businesses using code to create, modify and manage software. Programmers are technicians who specialise in code, while developers are project managers or designers who can also code.

  • 30% job growth in the next five years.
  • Most common salary in Australia is between $75,000 and $130,000.

Your industry mentors

We’ve partnered with a range of industry experts to ensure you get the most out of your online bootcamp courses. Specifically chosen for their knowledge, insider insights and industry experience, the following industry mentors have given valuable input into our bootcamp courses:


Tableau is the fastest growing data visualisation software designed for the Business Intelligence industry. It has been instrumental in simplifying raw data into accessible formats. Its user-friendly design makes it ideal for all types of businesses, organisations and research.


Github is a code hosting platform used for software version control and collaboration. It is an open-source platform where millions of programmers can download, review and discuss each other’s projects. Github is also used by big developers such as Microsoft, Google, PayPal and AirBnb.


MuleSoft is a data integration platform designed to connect software for applications, data and devices. It allows businesses to build their application network and increase project delivery. With over 175,000 developers and leading companies relying on MuleSoft, they are a pioneer in data integration.

What are other students asking?

There are currently no Commonwealth Supported Places available to postgraduate students.
Swinburne Online students receive the same qualification as students at Swinburne University of Technology, an internationally ranked university with 30,000 students across its Melbourne and overseas campuses.
Completing a Graduate Certificate will help you upgrade your qualifications or give you advanced practical skills required in specialist industries. If you haven’t earned a bachelor degree, many programs may allow you entry provided you have sufficient relevant work experience in your chosen field. Graduate Certificates generally require a commitment of six months full-time study, or an equivalent part-time commitment.