Our Model + Our Partners = Your Qualifications

For some ongoing programs, Foundry partners with educational institutions to deliver industry-relevant creative education in key fields. Students learn Foundry content taught by Foundry teachers on Foundry campuses - finishing your study journey with nationally recognised awards and qualifications. 

Thinking And Skills

Our unique model teaches via two types of modules, Thinking and  Skills. Thinking modules align with an associate degree accredited by a higher education provider, and the skills modules are nationally accredited courses taught by Foundry on behalf of Swinburne University of Technology.

The total fees paid may include both higher education fees and vocational fees, depending on which study option you are looking at. 

The main study options at Foundry are: 

  • The Wild - a creative fundamentals program 
  • Foundry Specialisation - 2 years (full-time or part-time)
  • Short Courses  

Partners And Accreditation

Foundry Specialisation

Skills Modules within the Foundry Specialisations align to a  diploma course taught by Foundry on behalf of Swinburne University of Technology and are nationally accredited courses.

Short Courses

When offered, our Short Courses are accredited by Foundry’s own RTO, Foundry Academy (RTO Code 20941), and offered as a fee-for-service option for those wanting to study specific skill sets. On successful completion of a Foundry Short Course, you will receive a statement of attainment.

What Support Is Available?

You may be eligible for a VET Student Loan for fees associated with the diploma courses taught by Foundry on behalf of Swinburne University of Technology. For more information please see VET Student Loans.

For more information on your support options visit the studyassist.gov.au

More Information On Our Partners

For further information on fees for the diploma courses, please visit the Swinburne University of Technology website.

Disclaimer: the information on this page is correct at the time of publication and is subject to regular review.  Please book an appointment or speak to our admissions team to ensure the most accurate information is provided to you based on your personal requirements.

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