ECU's Kurongkurl Katitjin is proud to present the Bilang Bilang Program.
Bilang Bilang, pronounced bil-ung bil-ung, is a Noongar phrase meaning "shimmering bright on the river".
Bilang Bilang reflects the journey of every student who participates in this program and what they will go through. Flowing through the program feeling stronger and more confident in shining their brightest no matter their future path.
This free two-day residential program offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students from across Western Australia the opportunity to get a taste of university life at Edith Cowan University through a variety of amazing workshops on our Mount Lawley and Joondalup campuses.
In 2020 Kurongkurl Katitjin will be running two program dates
NOTE: The April date for the Bilang Bilang Program are postponed until further notice, with October program dates subject to change.
Application status: Closed
Date: 1-2 October 2020
Application status: Open(until 4 September)
Covering a wide range of courses offered at ECU from WAAPA to Occupational Therapy, this is an experience students will never forget.
Travel scholarships are available, so we encourage schools from regional and remote areas to apply!
Limited numbers are available for both programs, so complete get your application in quick!
Applications are now open for our 2020 programs, for further information or queries, please contact Kurongkurl Katitjin on the details below.
Phone: 6304 5259
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