We want Murdoch to remain a place where diverse experiences are celebrated. That’s why we offer different ways to get into uni so that people from a range of backgrounds can access a tertiary education.
So if you don’t currently meet our admission requirements, check out our range of enabling pathways that can help you build your skills and get into uni.
How you can benefit
Transition into uni
Build a network of peer and academic support
Boost your academic skills
Perfect your learning abilities to succeed in future studies
Flexible study options
Study full-time, part-time, on-campus or online
Find your enabling pathway course
Our enabling pathway courses are free and can improve your literacy, numeracy and critical thinking skills. Available on-campus or online, these courses are designed to get you ready for university study, whether you didn’t quite get the ATAR you need or have been out of study for a while.
By successfully completing either OnTrack, FlexiTrack or K-Track, you could qualify for direct entry into a wide range of undergraduate courses with a selection rank of 70.
If our enabling pathway courses don’t match your current circumstances, perhaps one of our other pathways tailored to specific students could suit you more.
If you can demonstrate your academic achievements, ability and qualifications through a portfolio of work, this pathway to undergrad study could be ideal for you.
We partner with a range of off-campus providers to help you study at university. Whether you want to improve your English skills or complete further study before university, there are options available.
If you’re excelling in one or more ATAR subjects with a strong focus on essay writing and communication, our Law Start admission pathway could be for you.
If you don’t currently meet our entry requirements for Law but know you have the potential to succeed, Pre-Law can help you qualify by assessing your current skills and suitability.
Waardong could benefit you if you’re an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student aiming to become a veterinarian but haven’t got a background in chemistry.