Teaching facilities

At Murdoch, our world-class teaching facilities include a scaled engineering plant, an electronic Moot Court, a Media Arts Centre with TV and radio stations, Chiropractic Clinic and our internationally-recognised veterinary facilities.

Our teaching facilities are designed to give you access to real-world equipment and resources to help you gain the industry knowledge and experience you need to succeed in your chosen field.

Perth's most modern Moot Court

If you study Law, you’ll have the opportunity to try real cases in a real court environment and compete with other Law Schools around the world using video satellite technology.

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A scaled engineering plant

If you’re an Engineering student, you’ll make use of our scaled engineering plant, known as the engineers’ playground. It’s the only one of its kind in Perth. In fact, it’s one of the only plants of its kind on any uni campus in the world.

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Our Media Arts Centre

If media and communication is central to your studies, you’ll have access to our TV and radio studios, a newsroom, editing suites, digital postproduction facilities and more.

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State Agricultural Biotechnology Centre

If you’re an agriculture or biotechnology student, you’ll have access to incredible equipment and facilities for research and development.

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The Chiropractic Clinic

If you’re a Chiropractic student, you’ll work with registered chiropractors on real clients in 11 consulting rooms and a fully equipped gym.

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Our world-famous veterinary facilities

At our Perth campus, we have a working farm, a vet clinic open to the public, a fully equipped Veterinary Hospital (complete with cancer and dermatology clinics), a Pet Emergency Centre and our Equine Centre with WA’s only equine operating theatres.

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We’re investing in even more world-class facilities

At Murdoch, we’re investing in renewing our learning environments to stay ahead of the latest developments in research, learning and teaching facilities.  By 2020, we aim to have new flexible, reconfigurable and multi-purpose learning environments.  We will also introduce more informal spaces for self-directed and peer-to-peer learning.

Our campus master plan is underway, led by designs for the new Eastern Precinct and our evolving plans for dedicated new learning and teaching spaces.

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