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Come and speak to the uni that speaks for itself

Wednesday, 14 May 2008


If you've got dreams and aspirations, come and visit Edith Cowan University (ECU) Joondalup for the annual Open Day on Sunday, 25 May.

ECU's Open Day is a great opportunity for prospective students to check out ECU's state-of-the-art facilities and talk directly to staff and students about course and career advice.

'Tasting tents' will be set up to showcase the study areas available and provide information about ECU's unique entry pathways.

Experience ECU's study areas first hand with activities including crime scene forensics, aviation flight simulators, paramedics in action, and a virtual stock exchange.

Future students, parents and mature age applicants can learn more about admission processes, fees and scholarships, mid-year application and off-campus study at information and advice sessions to be held throughout the day.

Look out for competitions and give-aways on offer including a trip for two to Melbourne to see Channel 10's Rove, a PlayStation3, iPods, movie passes and more.

The day also includes a full program of entertainment with the Nova Casanovas, WAAPA performances, helicopter rides and DJ's.

The Carnival Corner and Kids Zone will keep the whole family entertained with games, rides, market stalls and kids activities.

ECU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kerry Cox urges anyone thinking about university to come along on the day.

"Open Day is a great opportunity for prospective students to visit the campus and see all that the ECU has to offer," he said.

Joondalup Open Day will be held from 11.00am to 4.00pm on Sunday, 25 May. For more information, visit www.reachyourpotential.com.au/openday.

The Mount Lawley Open Day will be held on Sunday, 27 July.

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