Peel Campus, Murdoch
Forming a strong backbone for Murdoch’s Peel campus is its School of Nursing and Midwifery. Known for its modern facilities such as simulation rooms, realistic hospital wards and high-tech audio-visual equipment, students are assured of ample and proper training experience. The school also provides an 80-seat video communications room, a multi-purpose lab and flexible teaching rooms. The university assures that upon graduation, Murdoch nurses are well-prepared for registration with the Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia.
Interested in entering the Peel campus? Call or visit them for more information or enquiries.
Peel Education & TAFE Campus
Western Australia 6210
On-campus housing is made available by the university through the Murdoch University Village. They provided 24-hour support for residents as well as a team of Resident Assistants. Security is ensured through swipe cards that access the common rooms and lockable bedrooms. Residents are given the privilege to use facilities such as pools, e-library and study places, high-speed internet and a BBQ zone.
For more information, visit http://www.murdochuv.com.au/. You can also call 61(8) 9360 2909 for questions. The university village is located at:
Murdoch University Village
Murdoch University, South Street,
Peel is known mainly for its prosperous mining and mineral processing industries. The region is rich in bauxite reserves, gold and mineral sands and an aluminum refinery. It is located 75 kms south of Perth and is one of the nine regions of Western Australia. The region was initially inhabited by Indigenous Australians until it was opened as a settlement area during the 1820s by Thomas Peel.