Wednesday, 05 November 2014
For many students, just two weeks stands between you and a well-deserved break.
Good luck to those of you sitting examinations. While it may seem daunting now, exams are simply an opportunity to demonstrate your mastery of the skills and knowledge you have gained throughout the semester.
If this is your last semester and you will be graduating early next year, I look forward to seeing you at graduation and sharing the joy of the celebration. You will be joining of a select group of individuals who have the opportunity to shape the world through their actions.
All ECU alumni also enjoy access to exclusive career development and networking opportunities. We would love for you to stay in touch with ECU so make sure you update your details with our alumni team.
If you are returning in 2015, either to continue your current course or embark on a further study, I hope you enjoy your break and return refreshed and ready to learn.
Next year is set to be an exciting one for the University. ECU will welcome a new Vice-Chancellor, open a new landmark building at Joondalup and inspire a cohort of new students as they acquire new knowledge and begin their life-long learning journey.
Professor Arshad Omari
* Professor Arshad Omari was Acting Vice-Chancellor of Edith Cowan University from September 2014 to April 2015.
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