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Whether you’re a recent school leaver or you’ve had a break from study, we’ll help you take the next step towards an exciting future.

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What can I study?

Many things! Tell us who you are and we'll help you find a course.

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If you've just received your results, and you'd like to talk to us about your options, please contact us through any of these channels.

We’re open for enquiries until 5pm every weekday in the lead-up to Christmas. On Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th December we're also available to chat online from 5pm – 7pm.

Our holiday opening hours are also shown below.

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If you'd like to contact our friendly Future Student Enquiries team via phone, social media, live chat or email, please note we will be closed from 5.00pm on Tuesday, 24 December 2019 and will reopen from 9.00am Thursday, 2 January 2020.

Campus visiting hours

Our Future Students offices at all campuses are also closing at 5.00pm Tuesday, 24 December 2019 and will reopen on the following dates and times:

Campus Date Time
Joondalup Thursday 2 Jan 2020 9am - 4pm weekdays
Mount Lawley Monday 6 Jan 2020 9am - 4pm weekdays
South West Wednesday 8 Jan 2020 8:30am - 5:00pm weekdays

Student
stories

  • "The Bachelor of Performing Arts has given me the skills to maintain, develop and practice as an independent artist"
    Mariah O'Dea
    Mariah O'DeaWAAPA Performing Arts graduate

    The Bachelor of Performing Arts is the type of course that doesn't confine you to one specific artistic form. Instead it opens doors, windows, to numerous forms of performance art and how it exists in the world, broadening your own horizons of how you can be a part of it.

    It has let me experience what was once unknown practices such as the Suzuki Training Method and Butoh, it has even taken me to Singapore to train with many different cultures from all around the world at ITI. But most importantly, it has taught me what it truly means to be an artist – and that is knowing who you are and what you want to say.

    I have uncovered an authenticity in myself and this will forever be the base, or the truth, of all my work for years to come – whether that be performing or creating. Three years later, and I have not only grown as an artist, but also as a person.

  • "I chose Psychological Science because of the flexible course options"
    Julianne Jayasekera
    Julianne JayasekeraBachelor of Psychological Science student

    ECU has, in my opinion, the best Psychology related courses. There are no predetermined majors/minors so you can pick from the whole of the Arts and Humanities sector.

    My experience at ECU has been great so far. Both the staff and students are open and friendly.

    The lecturers are also really helpful and that has especially helped me during assignment periods. Their knowledge in their fields makes the lectures really interesting and I like the fact that they usually incorporate humour or real life experiences and anecdotes into their classes.

  • "Being at WAAPA gave me the opportunity to hone my skills and get them industry ready"
    Mat Verevis
    Mat VerevisWAAPA Music Theatre graduate

    It gave me an understanding of how the industry worked and the work ethic you need to be successful in it.

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