Edith Cowan University (ECU) is a large multi-campus institution serving communities in Western Australia and a significant cohort of international students.
Awarded university status in 1991, ECU has since developed innovative and practical courses across a wide range of disciplines, established a vibrant research culture and attracted a growing range of quality research partners and researchers, many working at the cutting edge of their fields.
ECU has more than 20,000 students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Approximately 4,000 of these are international students originating from over 90 countries.
More than 400 courses are offered through four faculties:
ECU works closely with private and public sector organisations, locally and overseas, in designing its study programs.
The University has two metropolitan campuses in Mount Lawley and Joondalup, and also serves Western Australia's South West region from a campus in Bunbury, 200km south of Perth.
ECU is committed to breaking down barriers to education and is considered a pioneer in the development of alternative entry pathways to higher education, helping Western Australians reach their potential.
Engagement with the community is one of the University's strategic goals, and much effort is investing in ensuring productive and mutually beneficial partnerships are created with a variety of groups.
An emphasis on conducting research with industry partners in areas such as e-commerce, micro-electronics engineering, police studies, education, ecosystem management, palliative care, social justice and human services has seen ECU develop a lively applied research culture. Its Vario Health Institute, for instance, brings together 60 scientists from different disciplines to create WA's largest powerhouse of preventative health research.
At ECU, we offer study paths to prepare you for the real world with the right balance of practical knowledge and academic excellence. More than 400 courses are offered through our schools across four faculties. Our schools provide undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs across a wide range of disciplines with a unique teaching and learning environment that is supportive and flexible to the needs of our students.
We maintain strong industry and community links meaning students are equipped with innovative and practical courses that contribute to our graduates being recognised amongst the best in the world. Find out today how you can reach your potential at ECU.
One of the largest business schools in Western Australia, our Faculty of Business and Law offers an extensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs in fundamental business disciplines and provides internationally recognised qualifications for contemporary and future careers in business.
Our schools include:
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The Faculty of Computing, Health and Science provides high quality courses for a range of professions and service industries and has strong links with industry and the community, locally, nationally, and internationally.
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The Faculty of Education and Arts provides students with an extensive program of practical learning experiences and world-class training.
Our creative and cultural disciplines cover performing and visual arts and arts management, fashion design, music and digital technologies, public relations and media, humanities and Indigenous services as well as the full range of teacher education courses.
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ECU’s South West Campus (Bunbury) is Western Australia’s largest university campus outside the metropolitan area and offers the Faculty of Regional Professional Studies.
The campus has small class sizes and on-campus accommodation. Over 1,600 students gather on-campus or in mixed on/off-campus modes in the South West region.
Our programs include:
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