K-Track enabling program
K-Track is our award-winning, free course enabling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders starting out with tertiary education or looking for a change in direction. The course is designed to lead to entry into an undergraduate degree at Murdoch University.
There are no prerequisites for applying for the course so we encourage anyone to apply.
Apply now for K-Track
After applying you will be invited to complete a writing activity.Fill out the application form
Come in for a chat
If you aren’t sure what you want to do or if the K-Track course is right for you, drop by to see how Kulbardi can help and check out the campus.
Contact us to request a time to meet us for a casual chat over tea/coffee to find out more about K-Track and ask any questions.
You get used to uni life before getting thrown in the deep end. It starts at a level where everyone can understand it and it gives you the opportunity to make something of yourself.K-Track student
K-Track mentor program
The K-Track mentor program is led by Kulbardi mentors to provide academic assistance for anyone who is enrolled in K-Track. Sessions are scheduled regularly out-of-class and provide academic and emotional support through peer-facilitated study sessions.
If you'd like to become a mentor, contact Kulbardi.
Murdoch University offers support units that are specifically designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students during their undergraduate studies.
The Ngoolark program provides tailored learning experiences to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in their transition into a Bachelor of Arts, Education, Business or Nursing.
Waardong is a support unit into veterinary and life sciences undergraduate degrees.