Student Support

Supporting your growth.

STUDENT SUPPORT COORDINATOR

The Student Support/ITAS Coordinator provides academic, social, cultural and emotional support to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who study at Murdoch University. If you require tutorial assistance, course advice, or you just need someone to chat about issues that may affect your studies, the Student Support Coordinator is always available to listen and provide support if needed.

POSTGRADUATE SUPPORT

Further your learning and advance your career by taking up postgraduate studies. Our Academic Development Coordinator is here to provide advice on smart study decisions that will put you ahead of the field.

TUTORIAL ASSISTANCE

Tutorial assistance provides a program of one-on-one tuition that assists a student's learning and enables them to become an independent learner.

WAARDONG AND NGOOLARK: SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS STUDENTS

Kulbardi offers support units to assist students during their transition into university. Waardong provides support entry into programs such as Veterinary Science by giving students the necessary science skills that may not have been covered in high school, to help you succeed in your studies. Ngoolark is a support unit which allows students to take their study load at a more gradual pace, whilst remaining a full time student, with a focus on student success.

INDIGENOUS ACADEMIC FELLOWSHIP

Pursue a career in academia with Kulbardi at Murdoch University. The fellowship provides learning and teaching experience and support in undertaking a PhD. Fellows will be supported by an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) to assist them in their research journey.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Making decisions about your career is an important step in the transition from university to work. We can help you to clarify important career issues, assist you with your career decisions and provide many services to support you whilst studying at Murdoch University.

Photo 1: Kulbardi Student Ambassador Sarah Munns answering student questions, Deadly Dreaming 2017.

Photo 2: Kulbardi Student Ambassador Shawn Councillor running a workshop on financial responsibility, Deadly Dreaming 2017.