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Encourage them to get the most out of uni

Encourage Them to Meet New People

The best way to start meeting people is through attending Orientation. This usually commences two weeks prior to the start of classes during semesters one and two. They can undertake a range of activities that will give them the skills to assist in adapting to uni life, as well as become familiar with their course, teaching staff and the support services available.

Reassure Them About Finding Their Way

At first, they may be a little overwhelmed by the size of our campuses - attending Orientation is an ideal way for them to learn how to navigate their way around campus, while our dedicated Student Central Offices are the starting point for all their queries and campus maps.

Suggest They Get Involved

There are a large variety of clubs, societies, sporting activities and support groups where they can meet people who share common interests.

Or, they can just take in the vibrant campus culture by relaxing at one of our caf├ęs, attending an exhibition or performance, or seeing a film at the Joondalup Pines during the Lotterywest Festival Films season.

Expand Their Horizons

Studying at ECU opens doors all over the world - they can even study overseas by taking part in a study abroad or exchange program.

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