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Psychology & Social Science

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"The diversity of ECU's course was an accurate reflection of the field itself."

Clinton Bruyn

Psychology graduate

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"If you want a degree to really take you places, try studying Psychology at ECU."

Jamie Moore

Psychology graduate

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"ECU’s Social Work lecturers have been a valuable resource."

Ryan Campbell

Social Work student

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"Studying at ECU has been a life-changing experience."

Melissa D'Amico

Social Work student

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"I relocated interstate to undertake all my studies at ECU."

Kate Riordan

Psychology graduate

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"Studying at ECU taught me skills that have been highly transferable and valuable in all aspects of my life."

Jeremy Marriott

Psychology Honours student

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"I was interested in helping and educating people."

Sarah Clues

Speech Pathology student

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"My first clinical placement was a very challenging and rewarding experience."

Caitlin Hugo

Speech Pathology student

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"I graduated with a variety of experiences and a competitive advantage."

Jade Stott

Arts (Psychology) and Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology graduate

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"It was challenging for me to balance study while dealing with the demands of a thriving family, however, it paid off."

Matt Bartlett

Social Science graduate

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