If you don’t currently meet our admission pathway requirements, don’t worry – we can help you get to where you want to go.
We offer a range of enabling courses to help you prepare for university.
OnTrack is a fee-free 14-week university enabling course that qualifies you to apply direct to Murdoch for admission into any course that has a minimum Selection Rank required for consideration of 70.
Ontrack Sprint is a free 4-week, on-campus enabling course and admission pathway. You are eligible for entry to OnTrack Sprint if you have completed your WACE in the last 18 months, generated an ATAR between 60.00-69.95 (or an ATAR of 55.00-59.95 if you are from a school eligible for ATAR RISE) and have demonstrated English competency.
FlexiTrack is a fee-free online enabling course that qualifies you to apply direct to Murdoch for admission into any course that has a minimum Selection Rank required for consideration of 70. You can study FlexiTrack intensively over 10 weeks, full-time over 20 weeks, or part-time over 12 months.
TLC110 Learning for Tomorrow
This is a free course where students must attend TLC110 classes once a week February through to September while completing their WACE. You will be eligible to apply direct to Murdoch University if you:
- Pass TLC110 (this includes meeting attendance requirements)
- Achieve a scaled score of 50+ in ATAR English or a grade of ‘C’ or better in General English
- Achieve your Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).
Murdoch Institute of Technology
Murdoch Institute of Technology (MIT) offers a Murdoch University Preparation Course (MUPC). If you successfully complete the MUPC you can apply direct to Murdoch for admission into any course except for Veterinary ScienceTo meet the entrance requirements for Law you will need to get a course weighed average of 78% or higher.
It also offers the MIT Foundation Studies course. Completion of this course with a minimum final mark of 50% in all subjects will meet entry to Murdoch courses with a Selection Rank of 70. For Engineering you must have a minimum average of 70% with a minimum mark of 75% in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. For Law your minimum average mark must be 78%.
This course is designed to assess your current skills and to evaluate your current suitability for studying Law at Murdoch University. In order to be eligible for inclusion in the program applicants must have been away from study for a minimum of 12 months. Current Murdoch students are not eligible. Successful completion of the Murdoch PreLaw course will result in an offer of admission into the Bachelor of Law course.
Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre
The Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre provides admission pathways to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who haven’t received an ATAR or completed Year 12.
K-Track is a 14-week Indigenous enabling course. The K-Track course can help you develop the skills you need to succeed at university.
Waardong is a professional education program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Veterinary Studies.