Attend one of our events to find the information, tools and support you need to prepare students for university.

For a full list of events and dates, visit our Events page.

Public lecture series

Each year, we present a series of public lectures from some of our most esteemed researchers. Our current series is themed UNDERCOVER and features presentations on forensic science and toxicology, criminology, Japanese sub-culture and the hidden truths of Trump’s economic politics.

Public lectures run every Monday evening.

See upcoming public lectures

Parent information evenings

There’s a lot to consider when your child is applying for university. Our Parent Information Evenings are designed to give you the information you need about the application and offer process, costs and financial support, accommodation and support services. We’ll also offer information on how to support your child as they transition to life as a university student.

Find out more on our Events page

Take a tour of campus

Explore our Perth campus with your child and see our learning areas and facilities by taking a guided tour.

We run tours twice a week:

  • Mondays at 5 to 5.45pm
  • Thursdays at 12 to 12.45pm

To book you place on a campus tour, please email us or complete this booking form.

Email us to book a campus tour

Careers and information evenings

Help your child find inspiration and ideas at our themed Careers and Information Evenings. The evenings focus on broad areas of interest, and enable students to not only explore their career or course of interest, but other relevant and related areas. They’ll meet leading academics and learn first-hand about our courses and the careers they can lead to. Brief course presentations will be followed by an expo, where your child can chat to academics and current students. Our Future Student Officers will also be on hand to talk about getting into university, scholarships and support services.

Find out more on our Events page

A day in the life of a university student

Let your child experience life as a Murdoch student. They’ll pick their classes for the day and attend workshops, lectures and labs with their new classmates. They will experience everything Murdoch has to offer, from our world class facilities to our green and vibrant campus.

Our Day in the Life program runs in the April school holidays for Year 11 and 12 students and the September school holidays for Year 9 and 10 students. It’s free, but places are limited, so please book early to secure your place.

Email us to book a Day in the Life

Pop culture conventions

Our Murdoch team will be at both Oz Comic-Con and Supanova in 2017, with information and activities from our creative arts courses. Take a Virtual Reality tour, test yourself with drawing competitions and meet our student ambassadors to chat about courses and find out where a Murdoch degree can take you.

Oz Comic-Con is on 25-26 March 2017. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the Oz Comic-Con website.

Supanova will be held on 23-25 June 2017. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the Supanova website.

National Science Week

National Science Week is an Australia-wide celebration of science and technology. This year’s theme is Future Earth. Visit the Murdoch stand at the Perth Science Festival on 12-13 August 2017 at the Perth Cultural Centre for a hands-on science experience. For more information, visit the National Science Week website.

Sunset Science – Scinema Community Screenings

Join us during National Science Week for Sunset Science, a week long series showcasing current scientific research and celebrating science through film.

SCINEMA International Science Film Festival is the largest science film festival in the southern hemisphere, celebrating the power of moving image to tell stories about the world, how it works and our place in it. SCINEMA showcases science features, shorts, documentaries, animated and experimental films from filmmakers around the world.

Each night audiences will hear from Murdoch's leading academics and industry professionals as they present current research and case studies, before the visual treat of science through film.

Evening programs will be released early July.

World Environment Day

Connecting People to Nature is the theme for World Environment Day on 5 June 2017. We’re inviting people of all ages and backgrounds to the urban oasis that is the Murdoch campus. Get up close with nature and learn the value of the environment around you.

Event page coming soon. For more information on how your community group/organisation can get involved, please email us.

Email us to get involved in World Environment Day.