Through partnering with industry, community, government, and other education institutions, we unlock new ways of thinking to solve challenges for our communities, both locally and globally.

From small start-ups looking to launch their business idea, researchers aiming to access Murdoch University's existing intellectual property or community groups seeking to leverage our facilities and activities, there's plenty of ways we can work together.

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Executive education

Executive education

Whether you’re an organisation or an individual, we can help you solve current challenges and realise future opportunities. If you’re looking to upskill your workforce, we can help with that too.

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Services for employers

Services for employers

If employing talented graduates is part of your recruitment strategy, we can help. Enjoy a range of opportunities, including our CareerConnect portal and events for you to meet your future employees.

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Work placements

Student work placements

Work with us to prepare the workforce of the future. We facilitate student work placements so you can benefit from fresh ideas and our students can gain valuable practical experience through an internship or project.

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Benefit from our world-class facilities

Murdoch boasts state-of-the-art facilities either on campus or externally through our partnership arrangements.

Australian National Phenome Centre

Australian National Phenome Centre

The Australian National Phenome Centre (ANPC) is Australia’s first metabolic phenotyping centre capable of high throughput screening of human clinical samples. Led by Murdoch University, the ANPC was created in partnership of several universities and health institutes, and is a member of the International Phenome Centre Network.

World-leading researchers at the ANPC plan to revolutionise the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of serious health challenges like cancer, Alzheimer’s, autism, obesity an Type 2 diabetes, transforming how long and how well people live, not just in Australia, but around the globe.

Learn more about the ANPC