Global collaborations leading to immersive experiences
With courses running in Dubai, Singapore and Perth, the School of Media and Communication is committed to global perspectives, opportunities, and excellence in media and communication education. Murdoch has a growing list of international exchange programs so that students can experience different cultures and ways of working whilst travelling and studying. We run several international study tours so that students have a genuine experience collaborating with international businesses and not-for-profits.

The School of Media and Communication leads by modelling a genuinely inclusive community where everyone can reach their potential, demonstrating a strong commitment to global perspectives and local connections, social justice, social inclusion, and human rights in all that we do.

Global Network: global reach and international partnerships

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The teachers always shared work opportunities with us and encouraged us and they always had the patience to answers my millions of questions
Auriane Perrault, International Student

Where in the world would you like to study?

Students can spend a semester or a whole year living and studying overseas, broadening their global outlook, enhancing intercultural awareness and creating lasting professional and personal networks.

With a choice of more than 50 Exchange partner universities in 20 countries across Europe, Asia and North America, students have the opportunity to explore places and countries where they have never been before. Students in Creative Media or Communication could study in countries as diverse as Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, UK, North America or Japan.

Maddison Campbell
Going to Lombok and designing for a real-world client, Project Hiu, was an incredible and eye-opening experience.
Madison Campbell, Graphic Design student

International study tours

In our Graphic Design program, students tackle significant global challenges. They ventured to Indonesia, collaborating with local fishermen to promote sustainable fishing practices. Our students also journeyed to Singapore, partnering with the Salvation Army to enhance service efficiency in their second-hand stores.

Closer to home, our Graphic Design students work in collaboration with the town of Collie to explore strategies for sustaining local tourism and the economy as the Muja power station nears closure.