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About Murdoch Institute of Technology
The Main Library is located at the south end of Bush Court. The Library’s website gives you comprehensive information about all the Library’s resources and services. Many Library resources and services are available electronically. You can also manage your account electronically to check borrowings and make renewals.
The Student Learning Resource Centre is located on level 4 of the Main Library. The Centre has a range of skills-building and reference materials that students can use. Learning skills assistance is also available online, to help students with:
- Essay writing
- Exam techniques
- Assessing their progress
- Managing their time
Murdoch University has many general purpose computer laboratories that are available to all students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These laboratories all run the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, provide Microsoft Office 2007, and have access to the Internet. Students are allocated 30Mb of storage space on a networked server called MyDisk, which they can use to save their own documents and files. Students’ files stored on MyDisk can be accessed from most laboratories on campus, including the general computing laboratories, and will appear as another drive in ‘My Computer’ or in ‘Windows Explorer’.
Murdoch Institute of Technology is located on Murdoch University’s campus and provides students with the experience of university life within a highly supportive environment.
By coming to MIT you have a fantastic opportunity to study in Perth – a clean, safe and cosmopolitan city that offers everything an international visitor could want. Enjoy Perth’s clean environment, modern urban convenience and beautiful surrounding parklands and magnificent ocean beaches. Perth also offers a wide variety of recreational and entertainment options, a pleasant climate, friendly inhabitants and an affordable cost of living compared to other Australian cities. With so much on offer, you won’t want to leave!
Homestay is a wonderful way to share a unique cultural experience. The student lives as a family member, has breakfast and dinner provided on weekdays and all meals provided over the weekend. The evening meal is shared with the family, while breakfast may be prepared by the student. The student has his/her own furnished bedroom that includes a desk and study lamp.
Homestay is intended to provide a family environment for the student. The host family is committed to caring for and encouraging the student to participate in family activities.
Murdoch Institute of Technology (MIT) is proud to be working in cooperation with the Australian Homestay Network (AHN) for the provision of homestay accommodation services to its students. Living in a homestay allows students to practice their English and experience the Australian lifestyle.
AHN Homestay hosts will help you to settle in to life in Australia, all of our homestay families have undergone extensive training, police checks (as required), are personally interviewed and their homes professionally inspected. Other benefits include Insurance to protect you and your belongings while in homestay, and a professional 24/7 helpline including interpreter services should you ever need assistance.
Hostel accommodation is a good temporary option when a student first arrives in Perth. Student Services can advise students where they can book into a local hostel until they decide on more permanent accommodation.
Age restrictions apply to certain accommodation options. If an international student is under the age of 18, they are required by law to either have a legal guardian who is a direct family member over the age of 21 with whom they will reside in Perth, or live in a homestay arrangement with a local carer approved by MIT.
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