If you are a graduate of ECU, you are part of our global alumni community – welcome! We are delighted to have you as part of our 140,000-strong network of former ECU students. We encourage you to stay in touch with us, so that we can provide you with support and benefits for life. That may be through providing you with career support, helping you reconnect with old friends, access to a wide network of fellow alumni and a range of exciting events.
Friday 15 May, 6.15pm, ECU Joondalup
Rabia is a Perth born human rights and criminal lawyer, a retired British Army officer, a former terrorism and war crimes prosecutor, a humanitarian, professional speaker, facilitator, coach and published author. She will be sharing her story at ECU for the first Inspirational Leaders Seminar of 2015. Register online.
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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.
Supporting ECU philanthropically can make an incredible impact. The ECU Foundation attracts philanthropic and non-philanthropic support from individuals, alumni, business organisations, industry leaders and the general community. Donations and gifts assist ECU to fulfil its core mission of supporting and promoting teaching and learning, and the pursuit of education and excellence in research.