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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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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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  • "ECU is definitely more hands-on"
    Shona HalleenHealth Science (Nutrition major) graduate

    I have a passion for helping people and a passion for food, so putting them together comes into nutrition.

    ECU is definitely more hands-on, that was a big aspect of the course that I enjoyed.

    Being at ECU really opened my eyes to a whole new opportunity for where I can take my nutrition degree.

  • "I found the lecturers really helpful"
    Mark HutchingsBachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) student and West Coast Eagles player

    West Coast Eagles AFL player, Mark Hutchings talks about what attracted him to study at ECU, and how Sports Science is giving him a base education that will prepare him for a career in the industry after he finishes playing.

  • "I’ve always wanted to pursue a career in medical research"
    Biomedical Science student, Callum Robinson
    Callum RobinsonBiomedical Science student

    I heard ECU’s Biomedical Science course covered many different aspects of medical research, including genetics and human biology, so I saw this as a prime opportunity to further my education in this field.

    I’ve been able to gain practical experience in a laboratory outside of university and found this has increased the value of my CV immensely.

    My greatest achievement would have to be the International Science Project unit where we visited Tianjin Medical University in Tianjin, China. The trip and experiences have been invaluable!

    I’ve also received the Fertility North Prize in Reproductive Biology. This award has opened the door for possible postgraduate studies in an established laboratory.