Murdoch School of Arts

at 90 South Street, Murdoch, Perth, 6150 Australia

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Murdoch School of Arts
90 South Street, Murdoch
Perth , WA 6150
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The School offers a broad range of courses in creative arts, media and communication, and humanities at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Within our undergraduate Arts degree, students can choose to major in two separate subject areas as a double major, all in the same three year degree.
Many of our courses are taught in external mode, or through Open University, and through partners in three other countries.
Our curriculum is international in its outlook and, because we are a research university, our academic staff bring their latest research to the classroom.
We prepare graduates who have knowledge and skills in an academic discipline and can take their place in the workforce.
The school is proud of its professional environment with industry-standard studios, media labs and equipment for screen production, sound, radio, journalism, web communication, digital design, and games art and design.
And our theatres and drama workshop offer traditional and experimental spaces for the development of the performing arts .
World class research and scholarship underpin our creative arts, communications, and humanities teaching.
We have strong links with the Asia region through the Asia Research Centre and courses in Asian Studies and languages (Indonesian and Japanese) and a home base for the national, in-country ACICIS program, which places students from all around Australia into projects in Indonesia for a semester .
The school is home to about 150 PhD students, who are researching on exciting and important topics relevant to the Australian community and to the rest of the world.