Fees & scholarships
A Murdoch degree is a significant investment in your future, so it’s important to consider all the financial aspects when you apply.
Your course fees
Before applying for a course, it’s important to understand how course fees work. Your fees will depend on several factors, including your citizenship, residency status and the units that you choose. At Murdoch, you pay for the individual units you enrol in, rather than an overall course fee.
Other fees and costs
As well as course fees, there are other fees and costs to consider when planning the financial aspects of your studies. These include fees for administrative and other services at Murdoch and costs specific to your course, such as for equipment and textbooks.
Whether you’ve called Perth home for a while, or you’re planning to move here from overseas or elsewhere in Australia, you’ll need to factor in certain living costs when planning your studies. Remember to budget for accommodation and travel costs as well as food, clothing and entertainment.
Studying at university is a life-changing experience that often requires some support. We're proud to offer a wide range of scholarships to commencing students from a range of backgrounds, which can be invaluable in enabling you to fully achieve your potential.
Once you are enrolled as a Murdoch student, your student ID will give you a range of benefits and discounts including public transport, events and entertainment around Perth. You also have the option to join the Murdoch Guild of Students to enjoy benefits and discounts around our campus.