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Eugene Potito

Eugene Potito

Eugene Potito

"Teaching is something I will always enjoy. Being taught by lecturers and tutors with years of experience in the Bachelor of Education course at ECU has helped me develop my skills. I have also been able to apply my new knowledge in a hands-on way. On one of my professional practice placements, I had to find multiple ways to teach the concept of money. After several attempts, the pupils finally grasped the concept and I realised I had actually made a difference to their learning and understanding."

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Our excellent facilities, rich community-based partnerships and up-to-date courses which are informed by cutting-edge research, ensure teaching students achieve their career goal of becoming outstanding teachers.

Our diverse range of courses can help kickstart your career as an Education Assistant through one of our University Preparation courses (UPC). You can also become a qualified teacher through one of our Bachelor of Education courses or if you already hold a Bachelor degree you can qualify through a Graduate Diploma of Education. You can also extend your professional learning through one of our postgraduate courses.

You can find out more about the courses we offer by first selecting your student type:


School leavers

If you are 20 years of age or under and about to start your first degree this option is for you.

Study areas

If you want to reach your potential in a learning environment that is supportive, flexible and relevant to the real world, view our study areas on our Future Students web page.


Non-school leavers

If you are over the age of 20 and about to start your first degree this option is for you.

Study areas

If you want to reach your potential in a learning environment that is supportive, flexible and relevant to the real world, view our study areas on our Future Students web page.


Postgraduate

If you already have a degree or significant work experience this option is for you.

Study areas

If you want to reach your potential in a learning environment that is supportive, flexible and relevant to the real world, view our study areas on our Future Students web page.


International

If you are not an Australian citizen or permanent resident this option is for you.

Study areas

If you want to reach your potential in a learning environment that is supportive, flexible and relevant to the real world, view our study areas on our Future Students web page.

Undergraduate

Postgraduate

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