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- Biological Science
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- Cyber Security
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- Environmental Science
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- Exercise Medicine (Oncology)
- Health Science
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- Medical & Biomedical Science
- Nursing & Midwifery
- Neurological Rehabilitation
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- Social Science
- Social Work
- Speech Pathology
- Teacher Education
- Visual Arts
- Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts
Important things you should know if you're thinking of studying here.
"I chose Psychological Science because of the flexible course options"
ECU has, in my opinion, the best Psychology related courses. There are no predetermined majors/minors so you can pick from the whole of the Arts and Humanities sector.
My experience at ECU has been great so far. Both the staff and students are open and friendly.
The lecturers are also really helpful and that has especially helped me during assignment periods. Their knowledge in their fields makes the lectures really interesting and I like the fact that they usually incorporate humour or real life experiences and anecdotes into their classes.
"I was immersed into a creative and ambitious environment"
The environment at WAAPA has helped me establish the skills I needed to further my musical career. Being able to learn from some of the finest jazz educators on the planet, while performing and jamming with like-minded students was imperative to my development as a full-time musician.
I look back at my journey through WAAPA with pride, gratitude and many fond memories.
"I have found ECU's industry partnerships really valuable"
I was looking to study Civil Engineering and, after touring the state-of-the-art engineering facilities at ECU, my choice of university became really easy.
I am the ECU Campus Representative for Engineers Australia and a General Committee Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology WA Young Professionals that offers a number of networking opportunities.
ECU Engineering also has a strong community feel and there are always opportunities to get involved, including engineering clubs, international study tours, volunteer roles, research and local projects and campus activities. These help you gain lifelong skills.