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Regional

If you are located in a regional area of Western Australia, you can consider studying with ECU at our South West regional campus or through selected regional learning annexes.

You can also undertake study at a distance, by studying online.

We visit regional WA areas throughout the year to discuss options with prospective students located in regional areas.

ECU South West

Located two hours drive south of Perth in Bunbury, Western Australia's second largest city, our South West Campus is the largest university campus outside the metropolitan area.

The South West Campus is part of an educational precinct comprising the South West Regional College of TAFE and the Bunbury Health Campus which includes St John of God Hospital and South West Area Health Services. It has modern facilities, small class sizes, a comprehensive range of courses and on-campus accommodation.

Regional learning annexes

We offer a selection of courses through the Margaret River Education Campus.

  • Margaret River Education Campus
    Located in the centre of Margaret River, the campus is a collaboration between the South West Regional College of TAFE, Curtin University of Technology, Edith Cowan University, Margaret River Senior High School and the Department of Education and Training. The campus provides education pathways enabling students to make the smooth transition between secondary, vocational and tertiary learning.

Want to know more?

For information about regional courses and roadshow events in your area, please contact us.

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