Collaborating with other leading institutions means we can share our teaching expertise and resources more widely and enable students to study with us from across the globe.
We collaborate with institutions in various ways to benefit our students, from cross-institutional exchange programs, to online program delivery and cross-institutional research partnerships. These collaborations mean students have flexibility in their study options and opportunities to expand their perspective by studying overseas, or for international students to experience life at Murdoch University, and more.
Our Transnational Education Partners include Kaplan Higher Education in Singapore and Murdoch University International Study Centre in Dubai.
Online education partners
We offer four degrees and 68 subjects via Open University Australia, opening up our courses across the nation. In addition, we offer short and introductory courses through our Future Learn online learning partnership.
Study Abroad and Exchange
We have partner universities all over the world, enabling students to study at our campus on exchange, or our students to study abroad.
University partners and articulations
Our agreements with institutions and organisations around the world means that students have the chance to study at Murdoch through a range of pathways.
Articulation partnerships with our overseas partner universities means that students studying overseas can complete part of their studies at their home university, and part of their degree at Murdoch, giving them a truly global education. Students studying at one of Murdoch's articulation partner universities can calculate how much credit they may receive when they apply to Murdoch.
Our partnerships with Australian and overseas institutions also give students who do not currently meet our minimum academic entry requirements clear pathways to study at Murdoch.
Find out more about pathways into Murdoch for international students.
Workshops for high schools
Our Outreach team provide a wide range of fun, curriculum-linked workshops and activities for high school teachers and students across STEM, HASS and Creative Arts and Communications subjects.