ECU's School of Business hosted its first Employment Seminar aimed at connecting students with workplaces and industries to assist in planning their careers.
Are we seeing the end of the boom as resources companies slash costs by cutting staff and suspending operations?
Professor Thomas Schildhauer from the University of the Arts, Berlin, shared insights at a seminar on the topic of Engaging with industry on innovation.
Awards night recognising the highest-achieving Business and Law students.
Faculty of Business and Law's annual Careers Fair provides students with the opportunity to engage with employers and professional associations.
International Women’s Day is a time to celebrate and reflect on the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future.
More than 500 people attended the Rotary Movie Night in Butler supported by ECU Enactus, Mindarie Rotary Club and Satterley Property Group.
Research photography winner – Philippa Vojnovic
Faculty of Business and Law Careers Fair
Tuesday, 10 March, 9.30am-1.00pm.
ECU, Joondalup campus.
The best and brightest flying instructors with the Republic of Singapore Air Force gained some valuable insights into working with Gen X and Gen Y colleagues as part of a professional development course run by ECU’s School of Business.
Faculty of Business & Law proud to sponsor the Wanneroo Business Association Awards.
Presenting at an international tourism conference has paved the way for exciting career pathways for a group of ECU students.
Bachelor of Business graduate Chris Frame awarded the Gold Medal for 'Rising Star' at the Customer Service Council National Awards.
Less than half of Western Australians leave their car keys in a safe, secure location leaving them vulnerable to theft according to new research.
Zimbabwe born ECU Business graduate, Sinqobile Sichelesile Ndlovu, was recently named among 28 Africa’s Most Outstanding Emerging Women Leaders.