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Our Students

ECU's School of Business and Law is an energetic and dynamic school with over 5,000 students from 78 countries offering courses at the undergraduate, postgraduate and higher degree by research level. Our dedicated academics have an enviable reputation in Australia for the quality of their teaching and learning, evidenced by consistent five-star ratings in the Good Universities Guide for fourteen years running.

Our students have and continue to make remarkable achievements in Australia and around the world. Check out some of their achievements on our News Feed.

Being part of the ECU community doesn’t end with graduation, with past ECU students being able to continue experiencing the benefits provided by the university with the ECU alumni program.

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Awards and prizes

The School of Business and Law seeks to recognise and reward the outstanding achievements of our students through Student prizes. Recipients are notified by the School each February, and are invited to attend the Student Prize Night. The evening is made possible through the sponsorship of prizes by generous businesses and individuals across all business and law sectors.

Competitions

The School of Business and Law offers the opportunity to participate in competitions at a national and international level. Students are required to utilise the skills they have acquired at university to compete against students from other institutions providing opportunities for networking, skill development and personal growth.

ENACTUS

Enactus is an international nonprofit organisation dedicated to inspiring University students to improve the world through entrepreneurial action. Enactus students recruit their own team members, set up their own roles and responsibilities, decide their own projects, implement them in the community and finally each year present them to panels of industry judges from businesses around Australia.

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