澳洲文凭毕业证办理,微信：28-32-14-072】MU毕业证成绩单办理,莫道克大学文凭学历认证办理,Murdoch University澳大利亚莫道克大学（Murdoch University）是成立于1973年的一所研究型大学，学校为纪念华尔特·莫道克爵士而命名。莫道克大学将追求“卓越”奉为信条，大学做出了许多贡献――包括植物疾病控制、动物健康、清洁空气、废物处理和环境技术等方面。
类 别 公立
外文名称 Murdoch University
所属地区 澳大利亚 西澳大利亚州佩斯市
简 称 MU莫道克大学 MURDOCH Murdoch University 网 址: www.murdoch.edu.au 学校简介 莫道克大学建立于1973年，是一所研究型大学。追求完美是本校的办学特点。它以一流的教学和科研工作在世界上享有较高的知名度，因为学校70%的学术工作者拥有博士学位，所有也就并不令人感到意外了。正如《优秀大学指南》所提到的，莫道克大学还是唯一一所连续五年获得五星级毕业满意度的院校，这是澳在利亚其它大学所望尘莫及的。莫道克大学是一所研究型中等规模的政府公立大学。位于澳大利亚西澳洲佩斯。拥有学生11，500人，海外学生1，500人，职工4，900人，教师2，250人。它以一流的教学和科研工作在世界上享有较高的知名度，学校70%的学术工作者拥有博士学位。根据《优秀大学指南》，默多克大学还是唯一一所连续五年获得五星级毕业满意度的院校，这是澳在利亚其它大学所望尘莫及的。默多克大学的命名源于澳大利亚杰出的学者、评论家沃尔特·默多克先生。追求完美是莫道克大学的办学特点。它以一流的教学和科研工作在世界上享有较高的知名度。学校现代化的教学设备和科学的课程设置，有利于培养适应社会需求的复合型人才。在研究和教学方面一直处于学科领先地位，是澳大利亚10所一级院校之一。学校占地227公顷，澳大利亚的特色植物将校园点缀得格外漂亮。1987年，学校以其在建筑、景观美化和规划设计方面的接触表现而还获得了威信很高的城市设计奖。 地理位置 莫道克大学的命名源于澳大利亚杰出的学者、评论家沃尔特•莫道克先生。莫道克大学位于澳大利亚西澳洲佩斯，学校占地227公顷，澳大利亚的特色植物将校园点缀得格外漂亮。1987年，学校以其在建筑、景观美化和规划设计方面的接触表现而还获得了威信很高的城市设计奖。 课程设置 莫道克大学设有多种多样的本科、硕士和博士课程。课程涉及的领域有：贸易；信息技术；政治学和国际研究；工程学；环境科学；数学和物理科学；社会科学；人类学；教育学；媒体研究；通讯研究；心理学；科学和技术；兽医科学；生物医疗科学；亚洲研究；可持续发展。 杰出专业： 贸易、信息技术、政治学和国际研究、工程学、环境科学、数学和物理科学、社会科学、人类学、教育学、媒体研究、通讯研究等 校内设备及服务 莫道克主校区的图书馆里共收藏有560，000多种图书，其中包括藏书70，000多卷册的法律图书馆。此外，还有兽医学方面的“特类图书馆”和罗肯汉姆校区的公共图书馆。图书馆可供学生上网查阅各站点的各类电子信息。 莫道克所提供的全方位学生支持服务是足以引以为豪的。下列服务项目面向所有学生：国际语言中心，面向各种宗教教派的礼拜中心，毕业生职业服务，咨询和保健服务，计算机设备，权益服务，运动设施，风味伙食供应设施，购物供廊街，银行，旅游中心，理发师，停车设施，学生指南。 对于留学生来说，学生村不但为你提供了一个友好的住宿环境，而且使你置身于更大的校园集体生活之中。学生村居住着500多名拥有不同文化背景的学生。居住在这里，对你来说，无疑是一个极好的学习和交流的机会。学生村里共有103套独立公寓，备有卧室(多数为单人，但也可提供双人卧室)和一切舒适家俱。学生村还提供各种服务，如机房、娱乐设施、电话服务等，遇到困难或麻烦时，可找学生村的管理人员帮助解决。 科研设施 莫道克在科研方面为社会所作出的杰出贡献使其在世界上享有很高的知名度，学校把科研工作定位为中心任务，根据个人的科研能力聘用职员，并在实验室、器材设备和其它各种研究支持上投入了卓有成效的资源。莫道克每年拨出的科研经费大约为一千八百万美元，是澳大利亚科研实力最强的三所大学之一。此外，莫道克大学还和25所以上的所科研中心建立了联系。 图书馆和计算机资源 莫道克主校区的图书馆里共收藏有560，000多种图书，其中包括藏书70，000多卷册的法律图书馆。此外，还有兽医学方面的“特类图书馆”和罗肯汉姆校区的公共图书馆。图书馆可供学生上网查阅各站点的各类电子信息。 学生服务 莫道克所提供的全方位学生支持服务是足以引以为豪的。下列服务项目面向所有学生：国际语言中心，面向各种宗教教派的礼拜中心，毕业生职业服务，咨询和保健服务，计算机设备，权益服务，运动设施，风味伙食供应设施，购物供廊街，银行，旅游中心，理发师，停车设施，学生指南。 住 宿 学生村——校内住宿 对于留学生来说，学生村不但为你提供了一个友好的住宿环境，而且使你置身于更大的校园集体生活之中。学生村居住着500多名拥有不同文化背景的学生。居住在这里，对你来说，无疑是一个极好的学习和交流的机会。学生村里共有103套独立公寓，备有卧室(多数为单人，但也可提供双人卧室)和一切舒适家俱。学生村还提供各种服务，如机房、娱乐设施、电话服务等，遇到困难或麻烦时，可找学生村的管理人员帮助解决。 校外住宿 对一时不能住在学生村或希望住在校外的学生，学校校外住宿办公室的老师可协助其在学校周围寻找合适的私人住房。校外住宿有两种：家庭寄宿；与别人合租 俱乐部和社团 在莫道克大学，对多数学生来说，各种俱乐部和学生团体的活动是校园生活的一个重要部分。校协会总会共包括50多种俱乐部和社团，范围遍及体育、文化、智力及各种社会活动。其中有海外学生协会，马来西亚学生会，新加坡联络会，莫道克国际学生会，印度尼西亚学生会等等。这些团体都由学生自己组织，旨在在学习生活中互相帮助及帮助新同胞适应环境。 重要日期 海外学生的申请截止日比较灵活，申请较晚的也有可能被接受。 入学要求 海外学生的录取方式不尽相同，如想了解你所在国家入学要求的详细信息，请访问我们的站点或与莫道克大学国际学生办公室(Murdoch International)联系。 英语语言要求 母语非英语的申请者要获准入学，需有有关的英语能力证明，即须达到下列英语语言水平考试的相关成绩： 雅思考试6.5(各部分都不得少于6.0) Murdoch University is an Australian university with its main campus at Murdoch, 14 kilometres (9 mi) south of Perth, Western Australia, and additional campuses at Rockingham and Mandurah. It commenced operations as the state's second university in 1973, and accepted its first students in 1975. Its name is takenfrom Sir Walter Murdoch (1874-1970), the Founding Professor of English and former Chancellor of The University of Western Australia. History Murdoch University was initially intended to cater predominantly to mature-aged students. As a result, many courses are available externally and an increasing number are available online. Curtin University of Technology and Murdoch University agreed in June 2005 to undertake a feasibilitystudy on merging. On November 7, 2005, both institutions issued a press release stating that such a merger will not be undertaken. In 2006 and 2007, the South Street campus library underwent major building works to remove asbestos from the roof (in an ongoing project involving other university buildings)[not in citation given] and construct the new Learning Common. As part of these works, some library items were rearranged, including the re-shelving ofmost items to be in DDC sequence on the South Wing. Strengths and affiliations Murdoch University is a highly research intensive institution and a member of Innovative Research Universities Australia (IRU Australia). Its Asia Research Center, founded in 1991 as a Special Research Center of the Australia Research Council, is regarded as an international leader in the study of social, political and economic dynamics in East and Southeast Asia. According to The Australian newspaper ("What makes a good school of journalism"), the Graduate Careers Council of Australia found its Journalism School is one of Australia's top five. Murdoch University is the founder of the ACICIS (Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies) Study Indonesia program, a non-profit consortium of Australian universities that was established in 1994 to coordinate semester-long study programs at partner universities in Yogyakarta and Malang in Indonesia, for Australian university students. Chancellery Building Campuses Murdoch University has three campuses: South Street, Rockingham Regional Campus, and PeelCampus. South Street The main campus is located at South Street in the suburb of Murdoch, near the Kwinana Freeway (-32.066520, 115.835080). South Street campus is Australia's geographically largest campus at 2.27 square kilometres (0.88 sq mi), necessary in order to accommodate Western Australia's only veterinary school. Most of the southern part of the university consists of paddocks of livestock, farm and renewable energy facilities. The original group of buildings surround an open court, known as "Bush Court", in the northern part of Murdoch campus. Bush Court contains the highest point on campus. The buildings are linked on the court's sides by broad colonnaded verandahs in a compact design which aims at encouraging a sense of community. Features around campus include the Chinese garden and the Joglo Rahayu (Peace Pavilion). Library The main library on the Murdoch campus is located on the south end of Bush Court. It consists of a North Wing (levels 2-4), a Link (levels 2-3) and a South Wing (levels 1-4). Membership is open to the public for a fee. The Learning Common, in North Wing and Link levels 2 and 3 provides 24 hour computer access and security services. A walk dedicated to Sir Walter Murdoch is located on South Wing Level 2. The main entrance on North Wing Level 3 is accessed from Bush Court. A separate after-hours entry is located in the Learning Common on Link level 2.[not in citation given] Student Village Murdoch University Student Village is an on-campus residential community consisting of 98 self-contained flats. Rooms are divided between single bedrooms and twin-share rooms. It hosts over 500 resident students and student organisations which run events with free attendance for residents. The student village is located north-west of the main campus, and placement is only available to full-time Murdoch University students upon application. Student Village at night Joglo Rahayu The Joglo Rahayu (Peace Pavilion) is a semi-enclosed pavilion located near the Education and Humanities building. Built as a monument to ongoing association between Murdoch University and Indonesian academic institutions in Java, it acts as storage for the only Gamelan orchestra in Western Australia. Classes are also held in the pavilion to instruct students interested in playing the Javanese instruments. Rockingham Regional Campus The Rockingham Regional Campus is located 38 kilometres (23.61 mi) south of central Perth in the suburb of Rockingham (-32.277917, 115.750945). Opened in 1996, it is co-located with Rockingham TAFEcampus, and features an arts and commerce building. Engineering teaching facilities were formerly located at Rockingham, but were moved to Murdoch campus in 2008. Rockingham Regional Campus Community Library Rockingham Regional Campus Community Library, located at the Rockingham Campus, is a joint venture between the university, the City of Rockingham and Challenger TAFE. Members of all of these groups have free access to library membership. Membership entitles all patrons to access to TAFE, university and public library resources at Rockingham. Kwinana Industries Education Partnership (KIEP) The Kwinana Industries Education Partnership (KIEP), an ongoing project located in the main courtyard at the Rockingham Campus, is a formal agreement between members of the Kwinana Industries Council andlocal senior high schools. It was initiated in 1993 by major industry members of the Kwinana Industries Council and officially launched in 1995. Communities Linking Computer Knowledge (CLiCK) Communities Linking Computer Knowledge (CLiCK), located at the Rockingham Campus, first started in 2005 as the Regional Students' Association Computer Recycling Program, and has since become an incorporated non-profit organisation. It "helps students, people unable to afford computers and non-profit organisations obtain computers free of charge." Peel Campus The Peel Campus is located 64 kilometres (39.77 mi) south of central Perth in the suburb of Greenfields, Western Australia, near the regional center of Mandurah (-32.517380, 115.755934). Opened in 2004, it houses teaching facilities for nursing and life sciences. Student demographics Murdoch University is home to 14,271 students (as of August 31, 2006), of whom over 2,000 are international students. Murdoch University also partners with other educational institutions, such as KDU College in Malaysia, to provide university degrees to off-shore students. Murdoch has many students from Singapore, Malaysia, China, United States, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Kenya and Taiwan. Student organisations Student Guild The Murdoch University Guild of Students is the student representative association at Murdoch University. Under the previous universal student membership legislation, all students automatically became members of the guild, although they could subsequently opt out or opt in of membership. In 2005, voluntary student unionism legislation was introduced by the Federal government. Students can now choose not to be members of the guild, or choose to be basic or financial members (financial members pay fees and receive additional entitlements, including discounts). As well as handling student representation and assistance with education and welfare issues, the Guild manages two food outlets on campus, runs the tavern, sports and recreation center and the second-hand bookshop. The guild partially finances many of the student associations on campus and run specific guild events of their own. In 2007 the Guild introduced a new department called "Students Without Borders". SWB comprises many programs that enable students to get involved and contribute to the community, such as tutoring, language classes, social justice campaigns, and the computer recycling program. At the beginning of 2008, the Guild opened the new 'Social Justice Center' in Bush Court, the focal point of the South Street campus. The Social Justice Center is designed to facilitate campus activism, and is a place where students can hold meetings and get involved in campaigns. The Guild also publishes Metior, the campus magazine. The Guild is the recognised channel of communication between the student body and the University Administration and has representatives on a vast array of the University's committees where the interests of students are involved. The Guild is affiliated with the National Union of Students, and its postgraduate student association (Murdoch University Postgraduate Student Association (MUPSA)) is a member of the Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations. In 2008 the Guild President is Clare Middlemas, and the Education Vice President is Basha Stasak.  Regional Students' Association (RSA) Formed officially in 1998 as the Rockingham Student Council, the Regional Students' Association is the official Guild council representing students at the Rockingham and Peel Campuses. During 2000-2001, it officially changed its name to the Rockingham Students' Association. After the Peel Campus was opened, it changed to its current name. Murdoch University Postgraduate Student Association (MUPSA) The Murdoch University Postgraduate Student Association (MUPSA) is a subsidiary council of the Guild intdended to help postgraduates with all aspects of their candidature. "MUPSA is run by postgraduates for postgraduates." Feeder institutions Murdoch Institute of Technology The Murdoch Institute of Technology (MIT) was established by the university and the Alexander Education Group. It is a feeder college catering for students wishing to complete diploma level courses. Future plans involve building dedicated facilities on the tennis courts north of the SSHE building, which currently houses the School of Education's teaching caravans and some satellite dishes. Murdoch College Main article: Murdoch College On the north east corner of the South Street campus, Murdoch College was established by the university and the Alexander Education Group in 2000 to cater for secondary students in a university environment and to enrich their academic, social and personal potential. It is one of few secondary schools on a university campus in Australia. It offers a full complement of Year 7-12 subjects across the 8 learning areas. Many students from China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and Korea enrol at Murdoch College and enhance its strong multicultural ethos. Transport Public transport Murdoch campus is approximately 800 metres from Murdoch Train Station, and is linked by busservices. The CircleRoute bus service travels from the campus to Fremantle and other suburban centers. Rockingham campus is linked by bus services to Rockingham Train Station, approximately 1500 metres away. Shuttle Bus The Murdoch and Rockingham campuses are linked by a shuttle bus operated by the university, which patrons must pay to use.
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