We know international travel is challenging right now. But that shouldn’t stand in the way of achieving your career goals. We’re giving you five study options to start studying in 2021, across our three global campus locations and online.
These flexible study options have been created with your future in mind, to help your career goals stay on track.
You can start studying a postgraduate business degree in Trimester 2 in May, or Trimester 3 in August, or study a range of other courses in Semester 2.
The Murdoch experience
You’ll be joining a welcoming community when you study at Murdoch. With over 24,000 students from more than 85 countries from around the world, you’ll be part of a diverse and multicultural group of free-thinkers.
At Murdoch, we are proud of who we are and what we have to offer our students - a place where people from all over the world come together to make their mark, make a difference, overcome challenges and open their minds to new ways of thinking.
Life in Perth
Living in Perth, you’ll get to experience the very best of what the world has to offer, with the perfect combination of native Australian bush environment and bustling city life right at your doorstep. Consistently ranked in the top 10 cities in the world, Perth is a youthful and diverse city with vibrant nightlife, spectacular outdoor spaces and a unique urban charm.
Be welcomed with an International Scholarship
You could be welcomed into the Murdoch University community with one of our four different International Welcome Scholarships, including a scholarship for new students commencing online. There is no scholarship application process! If you’re eligible for one of our Welcome Scholarships, you simply need to accept your Murdoch University offer to receive it. You can start in either Trimester 2 (May) or Trimester 3 (August), with more options for Semester 2 2021 to be announced.
Starting study with an overseas university is a big step, and we’re here to help you every step of the way. We offer a range of support services and events to help you adjust to university life. You’ll find a dedicated support team for first year students, course advisors at The Student Centre and a range of health, academic and other support services. And if you’re starting online, you’ll be supported just as much.