For alumni in Australia, this winter may see you receiving a telephone call from one of our students. We want to get to know our alumni community better, and find out more about how you’d like to connect to and support ECU. Therefore we’ll be embarking upon a new and exciting project to have conversations with a large proportion of the alumni community. We hope to speak to you soon!
Your LinkedIn account is much more than just a place to list your employment. LinkedIn is your online tool to research your industry, link to companies of interest and build your professional network.
29 years after finishing his first degree at ECU’s predecessor college the Western Australian College of Advanced Education (WACAE), Wai-fung Cheung has graduated his Post Graduate Certificate at ECU and attended the Perth Graduation Ceremony he missed all those years ago.
We are now just one year away from celebrating a major milestone for Edith Cowan University – our 25th anniversary in 2016. And you’re invited to get involved.
A program prepared by the ECU's Careers and Leadership Services team to assist new teaching graduates in securing a job.
Saturday’s sunshine saw record numbers attend our end of year, flagship event, Music under the Stars. It was fantastic to see so many alumni, students, staff and community fill the ECU Joondalup Campus to enjoy the grounds and live music on the 29 November, 2014.
Industry experts, alumni and invited guests attend an animated panel debate at ECU’s Kurongkurl Katitjin, our centre for Aboriginal Education and Research.
ECU’s new Alumni Mentoring Program launched last week, with industry leaders across disciplines returning to campus to meet their student mentee for the first time.
Post your graduation photos from this Sunday's ECU Graduation Ceremony to the 'ECU Alumni' Facebook page and go in the draw to win one of two $200 Coles Group & Myer vouchers.
Congratulations on recently completing your course of study with ECU Whilst you may think this achievement signals the end of your journey here at ECU, we're pleased to tell you that is doesn't.
In September 2014 I’ll retire as ECU’s fourth Vice-Chancellor. It will be my pleasure to observe ECU’s continuing contributions through our global community, which includes now some 150,000 graduates.
We are delighted to announce ECU alumnus Brad McManus as the new Chair of ECU’s Foundation Board.
We are delighted to announce that a new program designed to link students with alumni mentors is launching in Semester 2.
Melanoma could soon be detected in its early stages using a new blood test, thanks to a grant of $450,000 given to ECU Melanoma research.
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