ECU has a longstanding commitment to engaging with and serving our communities.
It is a strategic priority for us to create positive outcomes in communities through mutually beneficial engagement.
This means working together and sharing ideas, knowledge and expertise in critical issues such as health and wellness, social justice, education, science, business, the environment and community wellbeing.
At our state-of-the-art facility a wide range of health service providers offer an integrated 'one-stop shop' for patients, their families and carers, as well as health promotion services for residents of Wanneroo and surrounding districts.
Being part of the ECU community doesn't end with graduation. Our graduates automatically join a growing number of ECU alumni who live and work all over the world.
Donations and gifts to the ECU Foundation support the university in fulfilling its core mission of developing valued citizens. We do this through teaching and research that's inspired by engagement and partnerships, in turn benefitting Western Australia and beyond.
Our University is recognised as one of the nation’s leaders in the rapidly emerging area of simulated learning and teaching.
We have received significant grants and have established reputable facilities to ensure our students are provided with the ideal learning environment.
Our unique facilities and commitment to improving the health of Australians not only prepares our students for the ‘real world’ but also assists our health systems to provide safe, high quality health services.
Our Centres and Programs include the following:
ECU's Engagement team works closely with industry groups, professional bodies, employers, government agencies, the education sector, a wide range of community groups and our students.
Contact the team to explore opportunities for working in partnership with our University.
Telephone: (61 8) 6304 2652
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