Parents and families

Preparing for university can be a big step for many high school students and parents and families often play a key role in providing guidance and advice.


Get the information you need to support your child as they choose their high school subjects, find the right course, apply and start their university journey.

We also offer events and resources for future undergraduate students and teachers and career advisors as well as additional resources for future international students.

 

Upcoming events

Find out everything there is to know about studying at Murdoch and learn how you can confidently support your child in their transition from high school to university with our Parent Power Hours, Open Nights and Admission events.

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Videos

Watch our future student videos to find out more about studying at Murdoch. If your child isn’t sure which course to study, check out our online Open Nights to learn more about our courses.

 

Guides

Explore our guides to find out more about our courses, admission requirements and university life, as well as to read additional information for parents. If you’re not sure what some of the university terminology means, check out our guide to uni lingo.

 

Programs for school students

After school programs for secondary and primary school students

If your child is aged 10 or over they can take part in our online mathematics, chemistry and physics after school programs. Run on three days a week, these two-hour interactive sessions are designed to engage students who have an interest in science or maths, preparing them for their future career. Each session is run by a Murdoch staff member who will offer one-on-one guidance and support.

To find out more or to participate in this program please email afterschoolprogram@murdoch.edu.au.

Program

Day

PhysicsMonday (4:30–6:30pm)
ChemistryThursday (4:30–6:30pm)
MathematicsFriday (4:30–6:30pm)

Horizons Summer Programs

Designed for students transitioning from Year 11 to Year 12 and from Year 12 to university, our Horizon Summer Programs will give your child an opportunity to experience university life first-hand. Running in January, the programs allow your child to develop knowledge and skills relevant to their Year 12 studies and beyond.

Find out more about Horizons Summer Programs

 

Supporting your child in their transition to university

 

Frequently asked questions

 

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