Building 360 – designed with students at its heart


You may be wondering what Building 360 is all about?

But most importantly, what will it mean for my teenager starting at Murdoch?

In short, a lot.

With up to 60% of our classes being taught in the new building, chances are your teen or young adult may be studying there from Semester 1, 2023. 

How Building 360 will enhance their uni experience

Building 360 combines modern, sustainable design and digital technology to bring your loved one the best possible student experience. Students in 2023 will be the first to experience and benefit from the future of learning right here at Murdoch.

Building 360 offers students a:

  • Modern building: Brand-new building built for your child to learn, study and socialise in.
  • New learning experience: Uses AR and AI technology making in-person learning more fun and interactive with both teachers and other students.
  • One stop shop: Home to the new Student Services area, the building will have support facilities and new retailers all in one place.
  • Easy to get to: Creates a new campus entry that can be easily accessed on the bus route and is close to transport links.

The facilities also offer:

  • Increased safety features including a well-lit transit exchange to ensure your child feels safe and secure on campus at night and after hours.
  • Universal accessibility and inclusive design including lifts, ramps and shaded walkways, plus all gender bathroom amenities and a parent room.

Along with a technology-rich educational experience, the new building provides students with a place to learn, connect and belong.

“This new space will really be collaborative and engage us more to talk to our fellow students, study together and really increase collaborative study” - Tenaya – PhD Conservation Wildlife Biology 

If you would like to find out more about Building 360 or would like to discuss the different entry pathways available, speak to our friendly student services team on 1300 687 3624 or contact us here

Posted on:

13 Jun 2022

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