Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia, has an enviable reputation as one of Australia's top teaching and research universities. A reputation supported by Professor Duane Varan becoming the most recent recipient of the Federal Governmentand#8217;s, Australian University Teacher of the Year 2001, and, the establishment of the United Nations Environmental Institute (one of only three in the world) on Murdochand#8217;s main campus. Add this to a flexible academic structure and excellent student services and you will find Murdoch the best start to your future.
The University is situated only 15 minutes (9 miles) drive south of the centre of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, and 10 minutes (5 miles) from the port city of Fremantle. Its campus, which is beautifully landscaped with Australian native trees and shrubs, is a hub of activity, life and fun and provides an ideal environment to meet other students from Australia and all over the world.
With a student population of 12,000, including 1,500 international students from over 50 countries, Murdoch is small enough to support excellent staff student relations, yet large enough to provide stateand#64979;of-the-art facilities, excellent student services and an extensive range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research programs. University access is also available through foundation studies at Murdoch College, which is located on the Universityand#8217;s campus. This provides the perfect pathway into an exciting degree at Murdoch University.