In 1962, the Government of Western Australia earmarked an area of land in Bull Creek to be the site of a future, second state university. Integral to the planning of the creation of Western Australia's second university was the planning for the School of Veterinary Science, which was to be the first professional faculty of the new university.
As a graduate of Murdoch University, we welcome you to the Murdoch Alumni family. Join a growing domestic and international community of over 70,000 Alumni.
With over 40 years as a leading educational institution, Murdoch University has a wealth of incredible graduates. From leaders in politics, business and research, to Alumni working for the environment or on the coalface of community development; our graduates are making a difference.
Murdoch has always been a research-led University. Since its inception in 1973, Murdoch has encouraged academics and students to challenge conventional wisdom.We believe in engaging with global challenges and in the translation of new knowledge into practice. Murdoch finds inspiration through collaboration. Our research is focused on Health Futures, Food Security and Sustainable Development. We are proud to be a research-led University, committed to meeting global challenges through innovation and inspired thinking.
Careers and Employability provides services and resources to support you in your career journey from first to final year and beyond.We offer information and advice on career planning and development, coordinate workshops and provide job search resources, and with our help, you can develop your professional network and access student and graduate opportunities.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.
We offer a range of support services and events to help you adjust to university life. You’ll find a dedicated support team for first year students, course advisors at The Student Centre and a range of health, academic and other support services.
Be part of a vibrant community of more than 800 students at Murdoch University Village. The village features a wide range of secure apartments as well as recreational facilities, including a beach volleyball court, swimming pool, e-library and a student lounge.You can also join the unique Live, Learn and Grow residential life program which will help you adjust to campus life.The village is owned and operated by Campus Living Villages in close partnership with Murdoch University.
The Library Operational Plan ensures our ongoing alignment with, and contribution towards, the University’s strategic goals in supporting the learning, teaching and
research activities at Murdoch.
The University Library is a diverse group working together to provide a variety of services.
Our unique Perth campus features beautiful native bushland, specialised educational and recreational facilities and a range of essential support services.
Our Perth campus is set in a beautiful bush environment and covers over 227 hectares, making it one of the largest campuses in Australia.
Our campus is changing to strengthen our connections with our landscape, community and our core purpose of high quality teaching and research.
Murdoch Sports manages all Sport and Recreation at Murdoch University including:
Murdoch Guild clubs are the heart of campus life and culture. They bring students together outside the academic setting and provide unforgettable experiences, events and friendships. Boasting over 110 affiliated Clubs, we have something for everyone, so whether you are looking to partake in an afternoon of DnD or pursue glory on the sports fields, we’re sure to have something that’s a fit for you.Getting involved with one of our clubs is easy!
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
Overall it’s hard but worth it in the end. I’m in my second year and made some really good friends. The course work is demanding and I have definitely had a few late nights but I love what I’m studying! So to everyone out there keep your head up you’ve got this!
I just started three weeks ago at Murdoch University, studying International Aid and Development. For the last two years I've been traveling and did volunteering work all over the world, and I needed something to grow further in that area. Combined with the lifestyle I'd already experienced in Australia, the easy goingness, the beautiful weather and beaches, I knew this...
I like the possibility of getting double major. More practical studies will improve studying.