You can see the very best work from ECU’s graduating arts and communications students at the University’s 2015 graduate show – Transit Lounge – at the Mount Lawley Campus.
Get your picnic blanket, grab your friends, and get your dancing shoes on. ECU's free outdoor concert, Music Under the Stars, is back with a stellar line up of performers to light up the stage
The story of one talented, visually impaired WAAPA student is just one of the powerful documentaries created by WA Screen Academy students this year.
Hijack management, fire safety and detecting forgeries are just some of the specialist skills this latest ECU cohort have learned as part of their aviation security degree.
Paralympic gold medallist Lyn Lepore takes the same attitude to her studies as she did on the track.
To recognise the valuable contributions made by staff over the years that have helped ECU become what it is today, the Alumni Relations Team held a special morning tea on Thursday, 15 October 2015.
ECU has been named in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, recognising its status as a world-class university focused on teaching and research.
ECU already offers a course in Australian football. But thanks to a new agreement with the West Coast Eagles, students and researchers from a wide range of other disciplines are set to benefit.
Renowned environmental scientist and physicist Professor Pere Masqué will establish Western Australia’s first environmental radioactivity lab as the first of more than 20 new Professors to join ECU.
ECU, the only Australian university named after a woman, will take a lead role in a new national initiative to address the gender imbalance in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.
Uncovering dramatic stories that create an impact is the driving force behind the films produced by this year’s crop of budding filmmakers at the WA Screen Academy.
ECU alumni are invited to participate in ECU’s MBA Leadership Seminar Program, Semester 2, 2015.
For alumni in Australia, this winter may see you receiving a telephone call from one of our students. We want to get to know our alumni community better, and find out more about how you’d like to connect to and support ECU. Therefore we’ll be embarking upon a new and exciting project to have conversations with a large proportion of the alumni community. We hope to speak to you soon!
29 years after finishing his first degree at ECU’s predecessor college the Western Australian College of Advanced Education (WACAE), Wai-fung Cheung has graduated his Post Graduate Certificate at ECU and attended the Perth Graduation Ceremony he missed all those years ago.
We are now just one year away from celebrating a major milestone for Edith Cowan University – our 25th anniversary in 2016. And you’re invited to get involved.