We’re here to help
Starting a new course can be a little daunting, but we’re here to support you. MIT offers a range of services that will help you adjust to student life and transition into Murdoch University. We can provide help and advice with study, accommodation, part-time work and your career. If you have any health or personal concerns, our student welfare office can assist. Our caring and professional staff are on hand to make sure that you’re happy, healthy and excelling in your studies while you’re at MIT.
At MIT, we want you to get the most out of your studies so you can go on to the degree or career that’s right for you. To help you do your best, we provide extensive support in the following areas:
- Study Pathways Course and unit selection
- Study skills and independent learning
- Examination techniques & personalised study plans
- Career choices and academic pathways
- Part time work opportunities
If you’re having a hard time studying away from home or you’re struggling with your workload, we at MIT want to help. For caring and confidential assistance with any matter that may affect your studies, you can make an appointment with our Student Support Officer. They can provide advice on:
- Academic Issues
- Finding Accommodation or general accommodation issues
- Medical and Health Issues
- Personal Issues
- Any other matter
Under 18 Students
If you are under the age of 18, Australian law considers you to be a minor. At MIT, we take a special interest in the welfare and development of our minors. We know that many of our students are living away from home and from the care of parents. We’ve developed a comprehensive program of staff mentoring, regular meetings and supervision to ensure that minors get the continual support they need.
If you excel at your studies at MIT, you might be eligible for a scholarship. A number of scholarships are available for the first year of study at Murdoch University. MIT can help you find out what you can apply for, and guide you through the application process. More information on available scholarships, how to apply, criteria and deadlines is available at our.murdoch.edu.au/Student-life/Finances.
There are lots of different ways to equip yourself for your career. While you’re studying with us at MIT, you might consider joining the Student Council. Taking on a volunteer position is a great way to develop leadership, networking and language skills. Plus, it’s valuable experience to add to your resume. You’ll get to meet a new group of people and take on tasks like organising social events and improving student life on campus.