If you haven’t already completed a university degree, an undergraduate course is a great place to start. An undergraduate course empowers you to learn new ways of thinking, build study skills and gain the in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience you need to succeed in your field.
During your undergraduate course, you’ll learn through a combination of lectures, tutorials and private study, with work placements also available in most courses. When you complete your undergraduate course you will be awarded a bachelor degree.
Pathways to uni
If you have the motivation to succeed, there’s a pathway for you at Murdoch. We were the first university in Australia to introduce a flexible admission system, considering factors other than school exam results. Today, we continue our inclusive approach so you can realise your career goals.
Apply to study at Murdoch next year using your Year 11 ATAR subject results.
How to apply
How you apply will depend on your situation and the course you want to apply for.
Download a PDF for more information on our courses and how to get into Murdoch.
Explore our study areas
If you’re not sure what direction to take with your studies or career, this is your starting point. Our courses are grouped by study area, so find the area you’re interested in then look through the study guide for information about our courses.
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