Welcome to the Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre
A place of learning, encouragement and support.
On behalf of our staff, colleagues, friends and supporters, welcome to the Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre and Murdoch University.
The Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre believes that education is freedom. It gives you the wings to fly, to live the life you want to live. The people you meet, the ideas you engage with and the doors that open are transformational.
We are a vibrant, scholarly community that fosters academic success for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are perhaps starting their university journey, currently studying a degree or continuing their studies at the higher level.
Date posted: 12 November 2016
Murdoch University and Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre are calling on Aboriginal artists to create our Indigenous graduand sash. The chosen design will win a $1500 prize and be used as a way for Murdoch University Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander students to celebrate their culture, upon graduation!
For terms of participation and to register, click here.
Competition closes on 17 Dec 2016. Best of luck!
If you require tutorial assistance, course advice, or you just need someone to chat to about issues that may affect your studies, the Student Support Coordinator is always available to listen and provide support if needed.
Scholarships & Finances
At Murdoch Uni we understand that you may need some help along your journey towards achieving your university qualification. We have a number of different options available depending upon your personal circumstances.
Are you interested in beginning or continuing your journey with Murdoch University? To find out more about your options and the support we provide here at Kulbardi, please feel free to get in contact.
Why choose us?
We acknowledge the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation as the Traditional Custodians of this country and its waters and that Murdoch University stands on Noongar Country. We pay our respects to Noongar Elders past and present, and acknowledge their wisdom and advice in our teaching and cultural knowledge activities.