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07 Oct

Oktoberfest in the Gardens

Inspired by our love of the traditional Bavarian festival and great beer, Oktoberfest in the Gardens features two massive big top beer halls, authentic German food stalls, roving performers, sideshow alley, silent disco and an eclectic mix of entertainment and competitions across multiple stages throughout the afternoon and evening. For more information, simply go to https://perth.oktoberfestinthegardens.com.au/

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  • Meet Amy Cleasby: The new Student Services Manager at MIT

    At Murdoch Institute of Technology, we love introducing our staff to the world. This week, we’re introducing Amy Cleasby, our new Student Services Manager. Originally from Western Australia, she’s lived in exotic places all over the world before coming back to her roots and eventually finding a place in the MIT community. Welcome to MIT, Amy. We’re so happy to have you on board!   How did you end up in your new position and what do you love the most about it? I put my university Drama studies on hold at age 19 and spent seven years backpacking around … Continued

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  • Murdoch University’s world-class facilities available to students

    Murdoch University has some world-class facilities on offer. As a MIT student, there is plenty for you to look forward to studying at uni. From saving the lives of plastic people to sitting in a fake courtroom, there are so many amazing things you can do to prepare for your career at this incredible, modern campus. Here’s our helpful little breakdown of some of the best facilities around that you may not have known are available.   Nursing simulation suites Are you studying to be a nurse and you’re a little nervous about practising on a real human being for … Continued

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  • Student Life in Perth: Why Study in WA’s Capital?

    Every year around 42,000 students from 140 different countries arrive in Perth to begin their courses. Aside from the quality education on offer, what is it that’s drawing so many young people to Australia’s ‘sunniest capital’?   City Culture Perth’s has been consistently ranked the world’s ‘top 10 most liveable cities’ by The Economist (2017) and was voted as one of the world’s ‘top ten future cities’ by Lonely Planet (2006). The city’s blossoming culture was a big factor in those decisions. Perth’s now home to a fabulous range of smaller galleries such as Outré, Gallows and Linton and Kay … Continued

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  • What it’s like studying Veterinary Science at Murdoch University

    Many of our students at Murdoch Institute of Technology come to us to follow their dream of becoming a qualified vet. To do so, you’ll need to complete a Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Biology) which progresses into an integrated Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. With the Veterinary School’s high rankings and so many animal lovers around, it has quickly become one of the most popular courses at Murdoch University. So, how does the dream of studying Vet Science match with reality? To find out, we caught up with Dawn Chung, a Veterinary Science student currently in her first year at Murdoch … Continued

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  • Having a hard time with your studies? How to get help at MIT

    Student life is wonderful and exciting, but it can also be hard. Every semester brings a different set of deadlines and assessments. You’re learning something new every day. If you’re an international student, you’re trying to study in a second language, too. Sometimes you miss classes and fall behind. That’s an entirely normal part of every students’ education, and it’s why we’ve created a range of options for your learning support. At Murdoch Institute of Technology, we understand that with all your demands you can sometimes struggle with your work. Everyone learns differently, and everyone needs a bit of assistance … Continued

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