- Ranked 330 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013-2014
- Ranked 381 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-2015
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About Murdoch University
South Street Campus, Western Australiabr>This is our main campus, where international and domestic students enjoy the highest quality teaching and state-of-the-art facilities. Our South Street campus is home to a fully-operational engineering plant, media facilities, moot court, chiropractic clinic, veterinary hospital and farm.
The main campus is on South Street, Perth, in the suburb of Murdoch, near the Kwinana Freewa. South Street campus is Australia's geographically largest campus at 2.27 square kilometres large enough to accommodate the veterinary school and its animal stocks—the only such school in Western Australia. Most of the southern part of the university consists of paddocks of livestock, farms and renewable energy facilities
On campus accommodation
Working in close partnership with the University, Campus Living Villages own and operate Murdoch University Village. Murdoch University Village offers you the complete student experience. Live within a vibrant student community of 812 residents located on the University’s main campus. Choose from over 6 apartment types and enjoy facilities such as an e-library, student lounge, beach volleyball court and brand new swimming pool. Murdoch University Village also offers residents a unique Live, Learn and Grow residential life program.
National recognition of our excellence in learning and teaching
The Learning and Teaching Performance Fund is an Australian Government initiative to recognize and support excellence in universities. Murdoch University is currently ranked as one of Australias top learning and teaching universities. The purpose of the fund is to reward higher education providers that best demonstrate excellence in learning and teaching.
In 2008, we received funding of $1.7million from the 2008 Learning and Teaching Performance Fund (LTPF) based on our performance in measures of:
- Student satisfaction
- Student progress
- Graduate outcomes
Murdoch is one of only 12 universities to have received funding through the LTPF in each of the three years since its commencement. Since 2006, Murdoch has received a total of $7.0 million from the LTPF.
In 2008, Murdoch has again scored very well in the national survey of graduate employment and satisfaction, the Australian Graduate Survey. The University received very high ratings from graduates on their experience at the university including the quality of teaching and their overall satisfaction. In addition, the university has significantly improved its placement of graduates.
As a result, Murdoch received a five-star rating from the Good Universities Guide for graduate satisfaction, the only university in Australia to achieve this honour for an extraordinary 13 times in 14 years, and was singled out for praise by the Good Universities Guide for its consistent performance in this field. We also received a four-star rating in graduate outcomes, demonstrating that Murdoch graduates are very attractive to prospective employers. Overall, this clearly demonstrates that our focus on the educational experience is highly valued by our students.
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