Edith Cowan University
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is an innovative university which prides itself on being relevant to the real world. ECU graduates are sought after by employers, as they are considered highly effective within their industries and are ready for the modern global environment. This is due to ECU’s unique approach to education and focus on the right balance of practical and theoretical learning.
ECU is located in the beautiful city of Perth, Western Australia, which is well known as a friendly, safe, and cosmopolitan city with a Mediterranean climate.
ECU has three convenient campuses – The Joondalup Campus is where the University’s headquarters are situated. With exceptional award- winning facilities including the innovative Health and Wellness Building, a fully equipped sport and fitness centre, iconic library, outdoor cinema during the summer months and on-campus accommodation, ECU caters to every student’s; The Mount Lawley Campus is conveniently located only minutes from Perth’s CBD and well serviced by public transport need and is recognised for its comprehensive teaching resources, premium IT and performing arts facilities, sport and fitness centre and excellent on-campus accommodation; and The ECU South West Campus (Bunbury) is the largest university campus outside the metropolitan area in Western Australia.
ECU is a modern, innovative university, well known for its award winning facilities. All campuses are wireless and offer state of the art facilities and equipment. Many of the facilities including the Libraries and e-Labs are open 24 hours.
ECU delivers more than 400 courses, providing a pathway to a wide variety of traditional and contemporary careers. ECU Study Areas include: Biology, Chemistry & Environmental Science; Business; Communications & Arts; Engineering & Technology; Exercise, Biomedical & Health Sciences; Law & Justice; Nursing; Psychology & Social Science; Security & Computing; Sport, Tourism & Hospitality Management; Teacher Education; Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA); and Urban & Regional Planning.
ECU offers courses that are relevant and practical, and often the only ones of their kind in Western Australia or Australia. Such courses include Performing Arts, through the famous Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Aviation, Motorsports, Game Design, Photomedia, and Mechatronics.
A world from our alumni
“I have to say, this was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Apart from all the skills and knowledge I gained, the ECU lecturers were fantastic, the study was fascinating, and my degree was a fast-track way to get hands-on experience for my future career. In my second year I even got to go on an exchange visit to California State University where I had, as they say, an absolute blast.”
Edith Cowan University
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