Open Universities Australia students
Welcome to Murdoch University and our community of free thinkers who are ready to create a positive difference. Learn more about us and why we’re proud of our reputation for excellence in teaching, research and student satisfaction.
Our Murdoch community really want you to succeed so we encourage you to set yourself up for success by taking advantage of the resources available to you.
If you’re new to Murdoch, your first step is to set your password and email address.
If you’re a continuing student, you will not need to set your password.
OUA’s Student Hub is your main contact point.
Once you’ve signed in, you can access a range of OUA services throughout your studies.
Familiarise yourself with these handy resources to get the most out of your study.
- Administrative information
myMurdoch is your student portal where you’ll find information on studying at Murdoch and the support available to you.Note: enrolment and withdrawal from subjects (units) can only be managed through OUA's Student Hub, not via Murdoch systems.
- Online learning support
- myMurdoch Learning (LMS)
You can access digital and print resources through our Library and if you’re in WA, apply for a library card.
Learn how you can access accessibility support while studying at Murdoch.
Murdoch Academic Passport
Murdoch Academic Passport (MAP100) is a compulsory unit which provides an orientation to academic integrity and needs to be completed by all students studying at Murdoch.
- Pre-requisite waiver form
Degree registration form
If you are intending to complete your degree with Murdoch, you need to register your degree so that records and communication are up-to-date. Registering and paying the registration fee can be done online, or by downloading the PDF form below and following the instructions.
Exams are no longer run in-person via OUA exam services. Your final assessment will be online. Specific information will be available for your unit in myMurdoch Learning (LMS).
Find out what to do if you need to defer or delay your final assessment due to special circumstances.
In addition to registering your intention to complete a Murdoch University degree using the Degree Registration Form, you will need to follow other steps to ensure you are ready to graduate. A graduation check can be undertaken once your course completion date is updated, or you can contact via MyAnswers.
Here are some of the key OUA resources for you to add to your bookmarks.
Note: enrolment and withdrawal from subjects (units) can only be managed through the Student Hub, not via Murdoch systems.
See OUA key dates for both application and enrolment deadlines. Murdoch offers:
- undergraduate units during OUA study periods
- postgraduate units during OUA study periods or Murdoch semesters
- non-award (FlexiTrack) units during autumn, winter-spring and spring-summer terms.
Murdoch courses and units on OUA
Murdoch offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and non-award courses and units via OUA. Refer to this information to choose your next unit with us.
Note: Please ensure you are following entry requirement information provided. In particular, you should complete Level 1 subjects before enrolling in Level 2 or above.
Student loans and Commonwealth supported places
OUA students can choose to study single subjects (units) or take Commonwealth supported places (depending on availability).
Learn more about students loans and Commonwealth supported places.
FAQ and glossary
Find answers to common questions about studying via OUA.