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Overview

Welcome to the Faculty of Education and Arts, home to one of Australia's leading education providers along with the nations leading performing arts school. Whether you want to be an educator, a performer or artist we can provide you with the technique, tools and training required to secure you a job. We pride ourselves on our continual engagement with the education and arts community providing our students with invaluable industry opportunities, gaining the practical 'hands on' skills that ECU is so well known for. Our advanced facilities allow you to apply your newfound knowledge immediately, giving you the extra edge and confidence needed when you go out into the work force.

Study areas

With a diverse range of courses, we can guide and support you in your creative growth. Listed below are the study areas offered by the faculty:

For those seeking career advancement and professional development, we offer a comprehensive choice of postgraduate courses.

News & events

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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander women’s health gets connected

ECU’s Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNethas developed a Women’s Health Yarning Place in partnership with the Monash Centre for Health Research and Innovation (MCHRI).

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Vale Professor Neil Thomson

The founding director of ECU’s HealthInfoNet has passed away. He will be remembered for his determination and long-term involvement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

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2016 NAIDOC Week theme announced

The 2016 National NAIDOC theme is: Songlines –The living narrative of our nation.

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Student testimonials

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"WAAPA’s arts management course made me work-ready."

Katherena Lambestos

Partnerships & Events Assistant at Opera Australia WAAPA Arts Management graduate

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"The undergraduate broadcasting course is extremely practical."

Ben Gubana

Journalism and Broadcasting student

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"The course has given me the knowledge I need to move forwards personally and professionally"

George Donaldson

Indigenous Australian Studies student

Research activity

We are dedicated to providing quality research that encourages interaction with the wider community and contributes to benefiting our society. Encompassing staff and students from around the globe, we celebrate the diversity of perspectives and creativity that this brings.

Our current research projects include;

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