Explore our range of events and resources and discover how you can join Murdoch's extraordinary community of free-thinking students and academics.
If you're considering your first degree as a high school leaver or mature age student, you will be applying for what is known as an undergraduate degree (also known as a bachelor's degree). We offer a range of events and resources to help you understand how to get into Murdoch and what courses we offer.
Career and Information Evenings
These events will tell you everything you need to know about studying at Murdoch. Attend a Career or Information Evening to learn more about the courses we offer in your area of interest and see how these will set you for a range of career paths. We also offer a range of general information evenings to talk you through the process of applying to Murdoch through TISC, directly, via our other admission pathways which assess eligibility using criteria such as a creative portfolio or evidence of work and life experience.
You’ll have the opportunity to hear first-hand what it’s like to study at Murdoch. Each event will feature a short presentation, followed by an expo, where you can meet leading academics, industry professionals, and talk to current and past students about their experience at Murdoch. You’ll also be able to ask about scholarships, admission requirements and admission pathways, as well as double major and double degree options.
Light refreshments are provided and the events are open to future students and their family members or guardians.
Horizons Summer School
If you're starting Year 12 in 2019, our three-week Horizons Summer School will help you maximise your Year 12 results and kick-start your university degree. As part of the program, you’ll participate in lectures, workshops and labs, giving you the unique opportunity to experience university life while still at school. You'll work in small groups to address real-world problems under the guidance of internationally renowned lecturers and academics, together with mentoring from experienced Murdoch students.
On completion of Murdoch Horizons Summer School, you'll receive a certificate and three points of credit towards a Murdoch degree, which is the equivalent of one subject or unit.
Event overview Registration
Horizon Summer School
4 January to 25 January 2019
6.00 - 7.30pm
If you’re over the age of 20 and would like to explore your options to study at university, you’ll find all the information you need at our Mature Age Information Evening.
Who should attend?
All students undertaking year 12 studies in 2019 are welcome to attend Horizons Summer School. There are no pre-requisites.
$450. Fully funded scholarships are available to equity students and students from Murdoch RISE Schools.
A Day in the Life
Experience life as a Murdoch student through our popular A Day in The Life series. Pick classes for the day and attend workshops, lectures and labs with potential new classmates. You will experience a taste of everything Murdoch has to offer, from our world class facilities to our green and vibrant campus.
A Day in the Life runs in the April school holidays for Year 11 and 12 students and the September school holidays for Year 9 and 10 students. It's free, but places are limited, so please register early to secure your place.
Come along to our annual Open Day to explore where your thinking can take you. Choose from hundreds of activities to find out more about studying at Murdoch. Get advice from our friendly students and staff, attend course talks, take tours, watch performances, and soak up the campus atmosphere with free entertainment.
Campus tours and appointments
Take a tour of campus, or get advice on careers and our admission process by booking a one-on-one appointment with a future students' specialist.
Email us or phone 1300 687 3624 to make an appointment.
Please include the following information in your request:
- Your citizenship status
- Your preferred dates and times of appointment
- Your telephone number and email address
- A brief overview of your previous studies and interest areas
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Mini Guide to Murdoch
If you would like to explore our range of scholarships visit our undergraduate scholarships page.
If you are an international student looking to study in Australia at our university visit our section for international students and explore your options, understand how to apply, and discover what courses we offer.