South West Study
South West Campus at ECU
Our South West Campus at Bunbury is Western Australia’s largest university campus outside the Perth metropolitan area.
Here you can study courses in business, health sciences, nursing, teaching, science and social work.
You can also complete a University Preparation course or explore your entry options as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander student.
ECU is at the centre of education and health in the South West.
We share a precinct with South West Regional College of TAFE, Manea Senior College, the Rural Clinical School, South West Aboriginal Medical Service, Bunbury Regional Hospital and St John of God Hospital.
We also have strong links with the surrounding South West community. This helps us provide our students with invaluable industry placement opportunities and the practical 'hands on' skills that ECU is known for.
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Scholarships for South West students in 2020
A scholarship can help you realise your ambitions by paying for fees, text books and living expenses.
Students enrolled in many courses at our South West Campus have an opportunity to apply for Destination Australia scholarships valued up to $45,000.
Applications are now open and will close on 1 April 2020.Apply now Explore other ECU scholarships
Getting to campus
"Straight away the uni puts you in a classroom environment."
Primary Education student Rebecca is bringing her two passions together - teaching and children - while studying near her home town of Bunbury.
"The level of personal attention offered by SW staff is hard to beat"
Nursing student Lachie came to ECU via UniPrep and is now fulfilling a dream by studying at university in the place he loves.
"ECU South West is a tight-knit community where you get a sense of belonging"
After graduating from high school in 2015, I had no idea what area of study I wanted to pursue at university. I decided to attend the ECU South West Open Day and found out they were offering a dual degree of Nursing and Midwifery. I was very excited I was able to find a course that was interesting to study and be able to stay at home.