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Introduction 

Swinburne University of Technology is a world-ranked university with high-quality research and industry partnerships which promise a scope for change for students, staff and the community. The university has three campuses based in Melbourne, located in Hawthorn; Croydon and Wantirna; and Sarawak, Malaysia. 

In 2018, Swinburne has ranked in the Young University Rankings, being placed at number 65 out of 250 institutions. The Young University Rankings recognise the world’s top universities under 50 years old. Swinburne was also ranked among the world’s top 450 universities by the 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. 

The 2019 QS World University Rankings ranked Swinburne in the world's top 400 universities. Swinburne was ranked number 45 in the 2019 Top 50 Under 50 list, an index of the world's top universities under 50 years old.

Swinburne offers world-class higher education in health, arts, design, business, law, science, engineering and technology. The faculties at the university are:

  • Faculty of Business and Law
  • Faculty of Health, Arts and Design
  • School of Design
  • School of Health Sciences
  • Department of Health and Medical Sciences
  • National Institute of Circus Arts Australia (NICA)
  • Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology:
  • School of Science
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Software and Electrical Engineering

Swinburne provides vocational education courses also. The departments providing them are:

  • Department of Foundation and Pathways
  • Department of Business, Design, Media and ICT
  • Department of Health, Science and Community
  • Department of Trades and Engineering Technology

Infrastructure

There are five major research facilities at the university which are as follows:

Data Science Research Institute: It combines physical sciences with statistics and computer science. Their main focus is on developing methodologies for handling and analysing large and complex data sets. The institute leads the data-to-discovery pathway for data-intensive research in biology, physics, astronomy, economics and social sciences.

The university’s expertise in data sciences can be attributed to centres like Centres for Astrophysics and Supercomputing, Micro-Photonics, Quantum and Optical Science, and Transformative Innovation.

Iverson Health Innovation Research Institute: The institute pursues the following core research programmes:

  • Chronic disease and disability
  • Bioengineering solutions
  • Digital health systems for improved healthcare
  • Personalised health care

The institute works to minimise the impact of chronic disease and disability on patients, the health care system and society.

Manufacturing Futures Research Institute: The institute is focussed on developing industrial innovation leaders of tomorrow and addressing questions of national importance. It is the first dedicated research institute to focus on Industry 4.0. The key areas of research are: industrial automation, the industrial Internet, new manufacturing processes.

Smart Cities Research Institute: The focus of all their research programs is to:

Come up with innovative approaches to social survey, data mining, and econometric and choice modelling
rethink the distribution and storage of energy and water, and dealing with waste
develop new frameworks for building, precinct, and city information modelling
investigate active public engagement with smart housing, smart appliances, smart meters, smart home operating systems and smart wearables
explore working environments such as hospitals, schools, factories and offices of the future
plan for low to zero emission transport solutions.

The research programmes offered by the institute are:

  • Future Cities Governance
  • Future urban mobility
  • Future spaces for living
  • Future urban infrastructure

Social Innovation Research Institute: The Social Data Analytics (SoDA) Lab allows a connection between data, data science and an empowered community sector within the emerging Society 4.0.

Apart from these, the laboratories in the University are: ANFF-Vic Biointerface Engineering Hub; Aviation Simulation Laboratory; Chemistry and Biotechnology Laboratories; Cisco Networking Laboratory; Direct Metal Deposition Facility; Electric Vehicle Laboratory; Energy Transformation Laboratory; Geotechnical Laboratory; High Temperature Processing Facility; Hydraulics Laboratory; Impact Engineering Laboratory; Keck Observatory and Parkes radio telescope; Microfabrication Facility; Nanofabrication Laboratory; Neuroimaging Facility; Smart Structures Laboratory; Solar Facility; Swinburne Supercomputer; Virtual Design Lab; Virtual Reality Theatre

The university also houses a library which offers numerous facilities other than books like room and computer bookings, LateLab, WiFi and so on. 

Accomodation

The college rooms are similar and are dormitory - style rooms, with common dining and social areas. All the rooms include basic furniture (bed, chair and desk) and access to shared kitchens with simple cooking equipment. Laundry and bathroom facilities are also communal. Bathrooms remain separate for males and females. There is an accessible bathroom on each of the floors. Students are free to contact Resident Advisers to seek assistance in any issues related to living on campus.

The on-campus apartments accommodating two to four people offer greater independence and are perfect for students wanting more privacy than college rooms.

Financial Aid 

Scholarships awarded by the University are: Judith Kinnear Student Travel Scholarship; Research Training Program Fees-Offset; Research Training Program Stipend - RTPS; Swinburne University Postgraduate Research Award; The Peter Luscombe Award; Tuition Fee Scholarship; Australia-Israel PhD Research Scholarship; Chancellor's Research Scholarship; Research Training Program Fee-Offset (International) {formerly International Postgraduate Research}

Jobs and Placements

 The university provides top class job assistance by guiding the students through their possible career paths. The support center helps a student in constructing a proper CV and honing their interview skills. Additionally, there are assessment centers to evaluate the skills of a student. Career events and workshops are also organised. Telstra Corporation Ltd. is one of the top employers recruiting graduates from the university. 

Location

The main campus of the university, that is, the Hawthorn  Campus, is located in Hawthorne, a Melbourne suburb around 7.5 km from the Melbourne CBD (Central Business District). Melbourne Airport is the closest airport to the university. The Hawthorn railway station is located on the Lilydale, Belgrave and Alamein lines in Victoria, Australia. Croydon railway station is also on the Lilydale line. There are also numerous bus routes connecting the university to different parts of the city.

Hawthorn restaurants and cafés cover almost every cuisine you can imagine to satisfy all tastes, vibes, and budgets. You can visit the Great Ocean Road or take the Williamstown Ferry Cruise during your free time. Some of the other places to visit are the Federation Square, Royal Botanic Gardens, Southbank and Arts Centre Melbourne and the National Gallery of Victoria. Stores include supermarkets, local grocers, boutique stores selling the latest fashion, bookstores, etc. 

 

Master of Engineering

 The programme builds on the students’ existing engineering studies and knowledge. Students can select a specialisation from one of six options: Advanced Manufacturing, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Network Systems and Telecommunications or Structural Engineering.

Master of Engineering Science

The programme develops specialised technical knowledge in your engineering field or extends your expertise to a related engineering discipline. The course expands the professional skills of the students. Students can select a specialisation from one of six options: Advanced Manufacturing, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Network Systems and Telecommunications or Structural Engineering.

Master of Research

The Master of Research is part of a combined set of programmes that offer students a pathway into a higher degree by research from an undergraduate degree. The programme fosters the development of independent research skills, making it ideal preparation for those looking to undertake further research through a PhD program and/or pursue a career in research. To qualify, students must complete 1 core unit of study (12.5 credit points) and the thesis (20,000 words).

Department of Civil and Construction Engineering

The civil engineering course imparts the technical expertise and management skills needed to plan, design, construct and maintain infrastructure. Swinburne achieved a ranking of 133 from the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) in the field of civil engineering in 2018.

The department offers the following programs:

Master of Engineering (Civil) / Master of Construction Management -  This programme is for students who wish to enhance their knowledge in both the fields of civil engineering and construction management. To qualify for the Master of Engineering (Civil) / Master of Construction Management, students must complete a total of 15 units (200 credit points) as follows:

  • 4 foundation units (50 credit points)
  • 6 technical units (75 credit points)
  • 2 elective units (25 credit points)
  • 3 research units: 1 Research Methods unit (12.5 credit points)
  • 1 Research Minor Project (Research Paper) (12.5 credit points)
  •  1 research project (25 credit points)

Master of Construction Management

 This program offered by the department forms the third stage in a four-stage nested suite of programs consisting of:

  • Graduate Certificate in Construction Management (GC-CMGT)
  • Graduate Diploma of Construction Management (GD-CMGT)
  • Master of Construction Management (MA-CMGT)
  • Master of Construction and Infrastructure Management (MA-CIMGT)

The duration of the programme is 1.5 years full-time or 3 years part-time. The main aim of this program is to prepare graduates for future roles in managing people, equipment, materials, technological processes and funds in the construction, building and maintenance of buildings and assets in the civil infrastructure. Students must complete a total of 12 units (150 credit points) as follows:

  • 3 foundation units (37.5 credit points)
  • 4 technical units (50 credit points)
  • 3 elective units (37.5 credit points), selected from elective, technical or foundation unit lists
  • 2 Research Methods unit (25 credit points)

Master of Construction and Infrastructure Management

This programme forms the final stage in a four-stage nested suite of programs consisting of: 

  • Graduate Certificate in Construction Management (GC-CMGT)
  • Graduate Diploma of Construction Management (GD-CMGT)
  • Master of Construction Management (MA-CMGT)
  • Master of Construction and Infrastructure Management (MA-CIMGT)

The duration of the programme is 2 years full-time or 4 years part-time. Students must complete a total of 15 units (200 credit points) consisting of:

  • 3 Foundation units (37.5 credit points) 
  • 5 Technical units (62.5 credit points) 
  • 4 Elective units (50 credit points), selected from Elective, Technical or Foundation unit lists 
  • 1 Research Methods and Principles unit (12.5 credit points) 
  • 1 Research Paper (12.5 credit points) 
  • 1 Research Project (25 credit points)

Department of Mechanical Engineering and Product Design Engineering

The department has bachelor’s courses in:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Product Design Engineering

Following are the master’s programs on offer:

Master of Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing Technology) (AMT)

This program provides students with an advanced understanding and body of knowledge related to emerging manufacturing technologies. Students must complete 11 units (150 credit points) comprising of:

  • 3 foundation units (37.5 credit points)
  • 4 technical units (50 credit points)
  • 2 elective units (25 credit points) selected from the elective, foundation or technical unit lists
  • 1 research methods or principles unit (12.5 credit points)
  • 1 research project unit (25 credit points)

Applicants who have a four-year Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (AQF level 8) degree in a cognate field may be eligible to receive Advanced Standing and may not be required to carry out the three foundation units and one elective unit (total of 50 credit points).

Pure Sciences 

The university provides the following programs in pure sciences:

Mathematics 

The Bachelor’s courses offered in applied mathematics are:

  • Bachelor of Science (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Health Science / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours)

 Doctoral courses offered in applied mathematics are:

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Science
  • Master of Science - Research 

Physics

The Bachelor’s courses are:

  • Bachelor of Science (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Health Science / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours)

The Doctoral courses are:

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Science
  • Master of Research - Science 

Chemistry

The Bachelor’s courses are:

  • Bachelor of Science (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Health Science / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours)

The Doctoral courses are:

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Science
  • Master of Research - Science 

School of Software and Electrical Engineering

 Computer Science and Software Engineering

The department is a leading powerhouse of research activity across computer science, software engineering and computer education disciplines. The fields of research include cloud computing, role-oriented adaptive design, energy-management software, data management, computing education, cybersecurity and intelligent-agent technology.

The information technology courses provide foundational knowledge and industry skills needed to apply information technologies to a range of settings.

The courses cover:

  • Computer Science
  • Software Engineering
  • Information Technology

Computer Science

The Bachelor’s degree courses include:

  • Bachelor of Computer Science (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Games and Interactivity / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours)
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (12 months)
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (8 months)

The doctoral courses include:

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Information and Communication Technology 

The Master’s courses include:

Master of Cybersecurity: The programme provides the students with the knowledge and skills required to develop and maintain complex computing systems. The duration of the programme is 2 years full-time or 4 years part-time.

To qualify, students must complete 13* units (200 credit points) which consist of:

  • 8 Core academic units (100 credit points)
  • 3 Core project-based learning units (75 credit points)
  • 1 or 2 elective units (25 credit points in total) 

Master of Digital Business Management

 The programme provides managers with the advanced knowledge and capabilities they require to lead digital innovation and transformation in their organisations. The duration of the course is 1.5 years full-time.

The programme forms the third stage in a four-stage nested suite of programmes consisting of:

  • Graduate Certificate of Digital Business Management
  • Graduate Diploma of Digital Business Management (GD-DBM) ^
  • Master of Digital Business Management (MA-DBM)

To qualify for the award, students must complete 12 units (150 credit points) comprising of: 

  • 9 core units (112.5 credit points)
  • 3 Elective units (37.5 credit points)

The duration of the Master of Digital Business Management (Advanced) is 2 years full-time.

Master of Cybersecurity Management  

Online delivery: The programme prepares graduates to become highly skilled in the management of cybersecurity. The duration of the course is 1.5 years full-time. It is a course with concepts relating to hacking behaviour, social engineering and the human factors.

To qualify for the award, students must complete 150 credit points comprising of eleven core units of study.

Master of Information and Communication Technologies (Research)

The programme offers students the opportunity to carry out supervised research in the related discipline of their choice. The duration of the course is 2 years full-time or 4 years part-time.

Master of Research

 Information and Communication Technology: The Master of Research is part of a combined set of programmes that offer students a way to pursue a higher degree by research from an undergraduate degree.

Software Engineering

A specialisation in software engineering provides students with the technical expertise needed. This includes designing and constructing software, and management skills for planning and operating complex software systems. 
 
The bachelor’s degrees provided are:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Innovation and Design
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Science

The doctoral courses imparted are:

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Engineering
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Information and Communication Technology

Information Technology

Through the courses, the department imparts expertise in business analysis, requirements analysis, systems analysis and design, programming, database design and development, and systems acquisition and implementation.
 
The bachelor’s degrees provided are:

  • Bachelor of Accounting and Business Information Technology (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Business Information Technology (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Business Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology
  • Bachelor of Business Information Systems / Bachelor of Business

The doctoral programmes are:

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Information and Communication Technology

Master of Information Technology

The programme equips students with the knowledge and skills required to design, develop and maintain complex systems technologies and methodologies. The duration of the programme is 2 years full-time or 4 years part-time. 
 
To qualify for the award, students must complete 16 units of study (200 credit points) consisting of:

  • 6 IT core units (75 credit points)
  • 8 specialisation-specific core units (100 credit points)
  • 2 IT electives (25 credit points)

To qualify for the degree of Master of Information Technology (Professional Computing), students must complete 12 units of study (150 credit points) consisting of:

  • 2 IT core units (25 credit points)
  • 8 specialisation-specific core units (100 credit points)
  • 2 IT electives (25 credit points)

Master of Financial Technologies

The programme provides students with the skills to apply emerging technologies and lead changes within the financial sector. The students study the application of technology concepts, critical thinking and problem-solving methodologies in financial contexts. The duration of the course is 3 years part-time. 

To qualify for the award, students must complete 12 units (or equivalent) (150 credit points) comprising of: 

  • 9 core units (112.5 credit points)
  • 3 Elective units (37.5 credit points)

The Master of Financial Technologies (Advanced) allows students to apply emerging technologies within the financial sector. The duration is 4 years part-time.

 Telecommunications, Electrical, Robotics and Biomedical Engineering

The Department of Telecommunications, Electrical, Robotics and Biomedical Engineering provides courses in the areas of Biomedical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic, Networks, Robotics and Mechatronics and Telecommunications.

Biomedical Engineering

Courses offered are:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Innovation and Design
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Associate Degree of Engineering
  • Doctor of Philosophy and Graduate Certificate of Research and Innovation Management - Engineering
  • Master of Engineering (Research)

Electrical and Electronic

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Innovation and Design
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Associate Degree of Applied Technologies
  • Associate Degree of Engineering
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (12 months)
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (8 months)
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Engineering
  • Doctor of Philosophy and Graduate Certificate of Research and Innovation Management - Engineering
  • Master of Engineering (Research)

Master of Engineering

The Master of Engineering builds on your existing engineering studies and knowledge and expands your professional skills. Students can select a specialisation from one of the following six options: Advanced Manufacturing, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Network Systems and Telecommunications or Structural Engineering.

The duration of the programme is 1.5 years full-time or equivalent part-time.

To qualify for the Master of Engineering, students must complete 150 credit points comprising of:

  • 4 prescribed engineering core units (50 credit points including Professional Practice in Engineering)
  • 8 prescribed specialisation-specific units (100 credit points)

It forms part of a nested suite of postgraduate courses:

  • Graduate Certificate of Engineering (50 credit points)
  • Graduate Diploma of Engineering (100 credit points)
  • Master of Engineering (150 credit points)
  • Master of Engineering Science (200 credit points)

Master of Engineering Science

The duration of the programme is 2 years full-time. To qualify for the Master of Engineering Science, students must complete 14 units (200 credit points) comprising of:

  • 4 prescribed engineering core units (75 credit points including Professional Practice in Engineering (0 credit points))
  • 10 prescribed specialisation-specific units (125 credit points)

Master of Engineering / Master of Construction Management

The programme has a blend of research and hands-on learning. The duration of the course is 2 years full-time. The students gain advanced knowledge of civil engineering design, construction and infrastructure management principles, procurement and cost analysis. The programme consists of 15 units (200 credit points). Units normally carry 12.5 credit points. This course is available on a full-time or part-time basis. In each academic year, two units (25 credit points) per semester would normally constitute a part-time load and four units (50 credit points) per semester constitute a full-time load.
 
To qualify, students must complete a total of 16 units (200 credit points) comprising of:

  • 5 core units (62.5 credit points)
  • 2 Construction Management Foundation units (25 credit points)
  • 3 Construction Management specialisation units (37.5 credit points)
  • 6 Civil Engineering or Structural Engineering specialisation-specific units (75 credit points)

Master of Professional Engineering

The students carry out research and project work, and benefit from the industry focus of the program. They also participate in a professional industry project. The duration of the course is 2 years full-time. 

To qualify, students must complete 200 credit points as follows:

  • 9 core units (137.5 credit points)
  • 4 specialisation units (from one specialisation) (50 credit points)
  • 1 elective unit (chosen from any other specialisation) (12.5 credit points)

Networks

The Bachelor’s and Doctoral programmes offered by the department are:

  • Bachelor of Computer Science (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology
  • Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Games and Interactivity / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (12 months)
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (8 months)
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Information and Communication Technology
  • Doctor of Philosophy and Graduate Certificate of Research and Innovation Management - Information and Communication Technology

Master of Science (Network Systems)

The programme is a 12-unit masters program concerned with the design, management, maintenance and service provision of private and public networks. The duration of the course is 2 years full-time. The course may be taken in accelerated format and completed in 1.5 years.

To qualify, students must complete 12 units of study (150 credit points) consisting of the following:

  • 7 network systems core units (87.5 credit points)
  • 4 specialisation-specific core units (50 credit points)
  • 1 network systems elective (12.5 credit points)

Robotics and Mechatronics

The robotics and mechatronics courses explore the integration of three traditional engineering areas – mechanical, electronics and software.

The Bachelor’s and Doctoral degrees offered are:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Innovation and Design
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (12 months)
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (8 months)
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Engineering
  • Doctor of Philosophy and Graduate Certificate of Research and Innovation Management - Engineering

Telecommunications

The Bachelor’s and Doctoral programmes are:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Professional)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Innovation and Design
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Associate Degree of Engineering
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (12 months)
  • Swinburne Foundation Year (Science / Engineering) (8 months)
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Engineering
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Information and Communication Technology
  • Doctor of Philosophy and Graduate Certificate of Research and Innovation Management - Engineering
  • Doctor of Philosophy and Graduate Certificate of Research and Innovation Management - Information and Communication Technology

Business 

The Swinburne Business School has the following faculties offering a range of undergraduate and graduate courses - 

  • Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship
  • Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance
  • Department of Management and Marketing

Swinburne Law School

The department focuses on innovation, creativity and intellectual property, equipping students for the future workforce. The teachers are experts in commercial law, intellectual property, internet law and privacy law. The law degrees and diplomas offer more than theory, with diverse opportunities to get hands-on experience. 

Faculty of Health, Arts and Design

The department equips students with the required skills and knowledge enabling them to take up active and innovative roles in the world as knowledge leaders and managers of health, design, technological and social change.

School of Design

The department is a leader in providing high quality, industry-relevant education and research. The innovative courses are internationally recognised, and our graduates are known for their creative leadership. 

Annual fees for Indians $31,200
Annual off-campus living $9,800
Source : GyanDhan's analysis & university's website as of year 2018

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