Message from the Pro-Vice Chancellor
Welcome to the Murdoch University Dubai campus, now located in the heart of the impressive Dubai International Academic City. Our faculty and staff look forward to meeting the expectations of discerning students from across the UAE who have the dream of studying for prestigious Australian degrees whilst still retaining the tangible support of family and friends here in the UAE.
Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia, has earned an outstanding international reputation for consistently exceeding the expectations of its graduates over three decades. The Murdoch University network across the UAE, Australia, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan is well known for our unique blend of student focus, quality teaching, multicultural ethos, and enviable level of student and graduate satisfaction.
The facilities we offer to students in Dubai are second to none: cutting-edge technology, forward-thinking and dynamic curriculum, and a dedicated, caring and globally-educated faculty. Currently offering undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Media, Communication, Business, IT, Environmental Science and Education, we are rapidly expanding our degree offerings. We also have a robust foundation program catering to the needs of high school, international and mature students wishing to find their pathway into a university degree.
We constantly strive to meet the unique needs and challenges that face UAE students as they assume leadership roles in this vibrant, exciting region and across the world. Our students also have the option to transfer credits earned within and across our global network of campuses on a short or long-term basis, for a truly international learning experience.
We are proud to have graduated over 50 postgraduate students at Murdoch University Dubai and look forward to graduating our first cohort of undergradraduate students in May 2011.
Our motto "Discoverers Welcome" epitomises Murdoch University in Dubai. We look forward to sharing with you exciting, meaningful and stimulating explorations of the challenging world in which we live.
Professor John Grainger