Edith Cowan University welcomes students wishing to study in Australia who aren't Australian citizens or permanent residents.
We're one of the youngest Australian universities, home to more than 3,500 international students.
ECU is based in Perth, Western Australia, a vibrant, sophisticated and safe city that's rated one of the world's most liveable*.
Western Australia is a driving force in Australia's economy, with massive investment in mining, energy, construction and technology.
The state produces 48% of Australia's exports, yet has only 10% of the population.
There is a demand for qualified workers across a wide range of fields, and jobs are amongst the highest paid in Australia.
*Source: The Economist's 2014 annual liveability survey.
Perth’s weather is arguably the best in Australia. We enjoy the most days of sunshine of all of our major cities.
The mild Mediterranean climate, endless blue skies and brilliant beaches are hard to beat!
Perth has the same or similar time zone as many Asian cities.
We’re also the closest Australian capital to cities in Asia, Africa, and Europe.
ECU is one of Australia’s youngest universities.
We’re young and we’re curious. We’re constantly scanning what’s happening in the world and translating this into challenging, realistic and highly practical courses that prepare students for the future.
Our programs are developed in consultation with industry groups and we focus on our graduates' employability skills.
Practicums and networking events are integral to most of our courses and students can be offered paid internships as part of their studies.
That’s how university should be.
A short introduction to Edith Cowan University campuses and facilities.
ECU offers a diverse range of courses, and our facilities are some of the best you'll find at any university in Australia.
We have Australia's fastest growing Engineering School, the largest Nursing program in Western Australia, and our exercise science laboratories are considered among the best in the Southern Hemisphere.
The oldest and most popular School of Education in Western Australia can be found here, along with one of the most comprehensive Communications & Arts Schools in the Southern Hemisphere, and WAAPA, one of the world's leading performing arts academies.
ECU campuses have some of the most talked about architecture in Western Australia.
Our latest development is an exciting new building and public open space on our Joondalup campus.
This purpose-built facility officially opens in May 2015.
Coming to life: more great facilities for ECU’s Joondalup campus.
Hear what some of our international students have to say about their ECU experience.
Perth is Australia’s most multicultural city, with around 35% of its citizens being born in another country.
This YouTube playlist features ECU students from all over the world talking about what it’s like studying at our university and living in multicultural Perth.
To help our students with a career direction, we group similar fields of work into 12 study areas.
Within each study area below you can choose an undergraduate or postgraduate degree. And within most degree courses, you can choose your speciality, or major subject.
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If you’ve read this far and you’re interested in studying in Perth at ECU, here’s what you should do next.
Select a study area above then go to the Your Degree section to explore courses. Alternatively, you can do a search on all ECU courses.