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Jessica Dietrich

Jessica Dietrich

Jessica Dietrich

Bachelor of Communications

"The extra opportunities provided by lecturers and tutors have helped me squeeze the most out of my course and given me the confidence and real-life experience I need to walk into the industry on graduation with more than just theoretical understanding. I've also had the chance to rub shoulders with guest lecturers from the industry and enter national and international competitions such as the Big Idea Study Tour to Sydney, New York and Los Angeles which was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life."

Communications student

About

The Faculty of Education and Arts is home to over 8,000 Australian and International students all striving to mark their place in the world. Whether you want to be a teacher, a dancer, artist or radio broadcaster, we offer a wide variety of courses to explore and develop your talents and help you realise your potential.

Our dedicated staff consist of industry professionals who are considered leaders in their field, excellent researchers and practitioners who work in industry and education with a passion for research and teaching. All of our staff engage closely with professions and communities, are eager to discover new ways to improve your learning journey and are committed to passing their knowledge and skills onto their students.

Our specialist facilities are spread over our Mount Lawley and Joondalup Campuses and include:

  • glass blowing workshop;
  • film and broadcasting studios;
  • fully equipped photo studio;
  • Radio ECU, radio-broadcasting suites;
  • industry professional film editing suites;
  • latest technology computer labs;
  • Spectrum Project (gallery) Space;
  • design and technology workshop;
  • drama theatres and rehearsal spaces; and
  • demonstration classrooms.

We are home to the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, one of the nation's leading performing arts schools, with many graduates having successful careers both nationally and internationally. The Faculty also encompasses Kurongkurl Katitjin, the Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research, which provides cultural knowledge and guidance to our students, staff and the community.

With such specialist disciplines and diverse course offerings, the Faculty ensures plenty of opportunities for creative and intellectual growth. Our students gain practical and theoretical knowledge and by applying a hands on approach to learning we promise that your time at ECU equips you for all types of experiences in the working world.

Whichever path you choose, we look forward to being a part of your education journey as you reach your potential.

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