The School of Arts and Humanities is one of the largest schools of its kind, with over 5000 students both in Western Australia and, online, all around the world. They learn with over 300 staff, dedicated to providing all who study here a great student experience, conducting research to find answers to the challenging problems which confront us in the world today, and helping the communities with whom we work to make real improvements beyond the campus.Read more
We have over 300 staff, dedicated to providing all who study here a great student experience.
The school offers a diverse and exciting mix of courses that are developed in consultation with industry groups and combine the latest theory with hands-on, practical experiences.
Spread across the university’s three campuses, the School of Arts and Humanities has one of the more diverse research programs at ECU.
Studying at the School of Arts and Humanities means you have access to a state-of-the-art education environment.
Each year, we congratulate our high achieving students with prizes and awards in order to help them reach their potential through extended learning.
Our community initiatives are aimed at encouraging our students to embrace collaborations with industry and strive for integral engagement within society.
Our students undertake placements across a range of fields of practice, working with a diversity of populations and using numerous practice approaches.
Our state-of-the-art psychology clinic and training centre that provides high quality, accessible and affordable psychological services.
The School graduate shows are a vibrant and diverse network of simultaneous exhibitions featuring works from our graduating students. More than just a time to reflect on their years of study, the graduate shows give students the perfect opportunity to showcase their skills to industry professionals and the general public.More about our graduate exhibitions
On our Mount Lawley Campus, the ECU Galleries provide premier exhibition space, featuring doctoral candidates, emerging/early/mid/established-career artists and curators, and the ECU Art Collection.
A site for risk and speculation where the process of creativity is as important as the outcome allowing our staff and students to engage with an inspiring program of contemporary exhibitions.More about ECU Galleries
With a limit of four students per class and training by a professional glass artist, our hot glass workshops will give you an introduction and foundation to ECU’s glass studio, its tools and techniques, and an insight into the alluring world of glass creation.Learn more and register
Visit the Student Hub on each campus for all student enquiries.
Visit our Contact webpage for a list of our School's main contact details and locations.