We didn’t become a free-thinking university overnight. Since we were founded in 1976, we’ve been committed to providing students with the kind of education which helps them to change their worlds, think for themselves, and find new ways to push past the status quo.
We believe to think freely is to think for yourself. To see a situation and form your own opinion. To question, to learn and to grow.
When you’re thinking for yourself, there’s no limit on what you might achieve. Whether you want to change the whole world, some of the world or just your world, you’re supported to tap into your individuality and let it inform where you find your place.
The only education out of which good can come is the education which teaches you to think for yourself, instead of swallowing whatever the fashion of the moment may prescribe.
Imagine being surrounded by people who know who they are and aren’t afraid to show it. That’s a day in the life of a Murdoch student. Get to know the people you’ll collaborate with in class, chat with at a coffee shop, or sit next to on the train to uni. Picture yourself embracing what makes you unique - just like they have - and imagine where it could take you.
Meet the people before you who’ve changed the world, changed their communities, or made an impact in the lives of the people around them.