Murdoch staff recognised for outstanding contribution to student learning

May 24th, 2018

Four academics have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to creating an exemplary learning environment at Murdoch University.

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Cuts to hit lower socioeconomic areas

September 14th, 2017

The Federal Government’s proposed higher education reforms will have a disproportionately negative impact on students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds in the southern outer suburbs of Perth.

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Enabling program helped maths ace to success

May 23rd, 2017

George Malone (centre) with prize donors Emeritus Associate Professor Barry Kissane (left) and Provost Professor Andrew Taggart

A student who was offered a place at Murdoch University after successfully passing an assisted access program has finished top of his class.

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Record student numbers pass free Murdoch preparation course

June 22nd, 2016

Janet Curlewis

Murdoch’s free 14 week university preparation course has enjoyed a record breaking semester with more students than ever before awarded passes and places to study.

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WA students think Murdoch in 2016

January 7th, 2016

Josh and Charlotte are among many students enjoying the greater social aspect to campus life

The most recent data from the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre shows that Murdoch University has increased both total applications and its market share of first preference applications to undergraduate courses for Western Australian state universities since 2014.

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Worthy recipients receive assistance through scholarships

July 6th, 2015

Emma Ryder, WSM Company Secretary John Williams, Joshua Atkinson

Two recipients from the Kwinana area have been chosen to receive the 2015 Waste Stream Management Scholarships worth $5000 a year over the length of a three or four year degree. Waste Stream Management is a Kwinana-based company that wants to assist students in the local area who are experiencing financial barriers to tertiary education. […]

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Murdoch’s enrolments largely unaffected by half cohort

February 11th, 2015

Students on Bush Court Open Day

With about one third less students graduating this year from high school due to the “half-cohort” all universities were expecting a drop in enrolments however Murdoch University’s results, at this early stage, were better than forecast.

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Students are university-ready after OnTrack

October 21st, 2014

A free degree preparation course run by Murdoch University has been completed by 150 students who can now begin university study in 2015.

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Demand drives new photography course

January 28th, 2014

Budding photographers can now hone their skills using the world-class facilities at Murdoch University. A Bachelor of Arts in Photography is one of the new courses available in 2014, with study options available at the South Street and Rockingham campuses.

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From refugee to Masters Degree

September 23rd, 2013

When his learning journey began in a Ugandan refugee camp 13 years ago, Kachuol Piok could never have imagined he’d be graduating with a Masters of Development Studies.

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