Mentoring

While you are studying at Murdoch there are opportunities for senior students or professionals working in your chosen field to support you through mentoring.

MentorMe

MentorMe provides first year students with connections and skills to ensure a successful start to uni life.

A second or third-year student from your course will be assigned to you as a mentor. Each week your mentor will cover different study strategies including organisation, reading and note-making, exam preparation, and memory strategies. You’ll also get great resources to assist with each topic and chances to review and tailor your study skills.

Build your network

Each mentor has a group of three to six students, giving you the opportunity to meet new students and build a support network. During semester, there are also extra events and opportunities to meet students from across the University.

If you would like to join the MentorMe program, contact a myMurdoch Advice student success advisor.

Be mentored by an industry expert

The Murdoch Industry Mentoring program aims to make connections between students and professionals to make lasting and meaningful mentorships. This provides you with a relationship to gain insight into your industry, develop career-relevant skills, and prepare for the transition into the workplace.

Find out more about Murdoch Industry Mentoring

Murdoch Student Emerging Leaders program

The Murdoch Guild and Murdoch University encourage and support students to engage with the community and actively work on career development. Murdoch Student Emerging Leaders program provides students with mentoring from alumni and professional mentors. Students can work in interdisciplinary teams to complete projects for local not-for-profit community partners.

Find out more about Murdoch Student Emerging Leaders program