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ECU Vice-Chancellor Professor Steve Chapman with the 2021 Vice Chancellor’s Student Awards winners and student speaker.

Top 100 ECU students celebrated

A switch from starring in the children’s musical group, Hi-5, to studying accounting has paid off for Hugh Barrington after he was recognised as one of ECU’s top achieving students.

Joondalup Campus

New Executive Dean appointments at ECU

Edith Cowan University has announced the appointment of two senior leaders to its University Executive, Professor Karen Strickland and Professor Matthew Allen.
Group of students walking on ECU Joondalup campus

5 star teaching quality 15 years in a row

ECU has received a 5 star rating for undergraduate teaching quality for a record 15 years in a row, one of only two public universities in Australia to receive the maximum rating for that timeframe.

Detail of building at ECU Joondalup Campus.

Create a bright future with a scholarship from ECU

Applying for a scholarship can be the first step towards your future career. Edith Cowan University (ECU) has a range of scholarships to help cover the costs associated with university, including textbooks, travel and other expenses.

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Campus & Community

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Community support for those suicide leaves behind

A forum at Edith Cowan University’s (ECU’s) South West Campus aims to raise awareness of the impact of suicide, including the role that stigma plays in grief, and how people can better support the needs of those bereaved by suicide loss.

Students standing outside Ngoolark, Student Hub at ECU Joondalup Campus.

Follow your own path

You don’t need to have an unbelievable ATAR to study at university. In fact, you don’t need an ATAR at all. Just ask ECU student Savanna Oats. Savanna will soon finish a double degree in Commerce and Psychology. Her secret? She hit the ground running with a university preparation course.

Gningala Yarran-Mark

Education key to unlocking bright future

As a single mum studying law while raising five daughters, Gningala Yarran-Mark rose to become a barrister and later the first Indigenous State Prosecutor in Western Australia.

Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition) graduate Ms Jessica Casado

Create a meaningful career with ECU

If you’ve taken some time out after high school, are considering a change of direction or simply want to grow your existing career, mid-year entry could be the ideal time to start a degree.

 ECU students Constance Green, Tsuyoashi Nagatani and Oshadi Wijetunga at Kaarla Mia.

ECU Joondalup unveils new-look Library

ECU has unveiled its newly refurbished Library at its Joondalup Campus. The Library has been redesigned to create a seamless student experience that brings library, learning support and career services together in one place.

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