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This discipline includes our Bachelor of Commerce with a choice of 14 majors, plus courses in hospitality, marketing, events and more. Our practical, hands-on approach to learning will give you opportunities to participate in work placements, internships, study tours and competitions.

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Why ECU?


Study world ready business

Choose from a wide range of undergraduate courses and majors in business and management, all developed in consultation with industry. Postgraduate options include niche market courses also tailored to industry demands, such as project management courses, giving our students the practical skills employers are seeking.

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Become World Ready

Experience Business at ECU.

Reduce your expenses

Scholarships recognise those whose life journey may have been challenging, as well as students who've shown outstanding academic excellence and endeavour.

A scholarship can help you realise your ambitions by paying for fees, text books and living expenses.

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Paid internships

The Hotel Professional Industry Internship program was developed to enhance students' ability to integrate theory and practice and to develop key occupational skills for a career in the global hospitality industry.

The internships provide Bachelor of International Hotel and Resort Management students with the opportunity to engage in experiential learning through meaningful work experience and network within the industry. Students gain industry specific knowledge and the skills necessary for professional practice, thus enhancing their employability prospects.

What's more, students are paid for 3 months out of their 6-month internship. Internships have included the Novotel Langley Perth, the Duxton, and Four Points by Sheraton.

Explore your options

WA Regional General Manager for Siemens Limited, Andrew McCluskey, discusses why he decided to study an MBA at ECU.


  • "Work Integrated Learning placement at Griffith Industries"
    Kaur SagguMaster of Business Administration

    Master of Business Administration student Sumeet Kaur Saggu on her experience completing a Work Integrated Learning placement at Griffith Industries.

  • "My studies at ECU opened a range of opportunities, not just limited to becoming an accountant"
    Ciara O'Halloran
    Ciara O'HalloranECU Master of Professional Accounting graduate

    The campus is modern and facilities like the 24-hour study lab make it easier to fit in study. The lecturers knew what they were talking about and tutorial notes were extensive. It is important that you get enough materials to guide you through your self-study and ECU provided that. I met some great people during my time at ECU, and am now the chairperson of the ECU Young Alumni Network, which has provided an invaluable opportunity to build my professional network.

    I always thought I would be an accountant, but upon graduating from the MPA, I was hired as a trainer at a college where I taught Business and Accounting. ECU greatly broadened my skillset, and I felt confident in the knowledge I had to pass on. Although this isn’t the career path I expected to take, I love my current role.

  • "I’ve made many friends from all over the world with this degree"
    JohnInternational Hotel and Resort Management graduate

    International Hotel and Resort Management graduate, John talks about the benefits of studying this course and his personal experience at ECU.

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