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If you’re starting your first degree you’ll have plenty of courses to choose from across our three campuses, including online study options.

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Enhance your career prospects, change direction or become a researcher. Our flexible postgraduate program includes online study options.

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International students

We welcome students from all over the world. We’re home to more than 4,000 international students from over 100 countries.

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Student
stories

  • "When I was awarded an Engineering Excellence Scholarship, it was an offer I couldn't turn down"
    Ben Gately
    Ben GatelyECU Mechanical Engineering student
and Engineering Excellence Scholarship recipient

    ECU was one of the few universities I was considering applying for, and when I was awarded an Engineering Excellence Scholarship, it was an offer I couldn't turn down. As for the engineering course, I have always been good at maths and problem-solving and the engineering field seemed perfect for me.

    I've spent my first year at the Bunbury Campus. This has been an enjoyable experience and the smaller classes meant it was really personalised. I had access to an abundance of help and support, as well as making friendships with other students and my lecturers. This first year has given me a broad overview of the engineering field and helped me decide to specialise in mechanical engineering. I've also developed a lot of teamwork skills that I believe will help me in both my studies and just life in general.

  • "WAAPA sets you up with a solid foundation to build your career"
    Jesse Hutchings
    Jesse HutchingsWAAPA Sound graduate

    The course covered everything from technical knowledge to crucial people-managing skills, when dealing with musicians or fellow workers in other departments. It's a great learning environment and the connections I have made from WAAPA have proven invaluable to my career thus far.

  • "Landing a full-time job before I'd even graduated makes me very proud"
    Matthew Putland
    Matthew PutlandBachelor of Information Technology graduate

    I learned the practical skills I needed in class and developed them further with the Work Integrated Learning program.

    Before completing the program I had developed a new passion in accessibility and was offered a full-time position as a Digital Accessibility Analyst.

    I owe my knowledge to ECU's lecturers – their passion made their courses interesting and therefore made you want to learn.