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Chemistry

Chemistry is a science that’s central to life. It includes the study of matter, what it's composed of, its structure and how it changes when exposed to different situations and elements. Ready for the lab?

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Why ECU?

Courses

Study world ready

As an undergraduate, you can study an Applied Chemistry major in either a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) degree.

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Experience Chemistry at ECU.

Environmental radiochemistry lab
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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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Explore your options

Our School of Science is a great place to learn – we've got awards to prove it! You can choose from a variety of disciplines for your Science degree. Check out the video to find out more.

Student
stories

  • "Anything is achievable"
    Rebecca MacMillan, ECU Science graduate
    Rebecca MacMillanECU Science graduate

    Coming from a farming background, I was always interested in studying biology. So I made the decision to move here and begin my studies at ECU.

    ECU offered me a course with exciting fieldwork and lecturers who were so welcoming. They even helped me find work experience positions! I have completed volunteer work at the Western Australian Herbarium.

    I’ve learned that anything is achievable if you set your mind to it and focus on your goals and dreams.

  • "The chemistry was right to return to study"
    Samantha RidgwayChemistry student

    Applied and Analytical Chemistry student Samantha Ridgway talks about how easy it was to come back to study as a mature age student.

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