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ECU observes an Essential Student Services Period from Monday, 24 December 2012 to Friday, 4 January 2013 inclusive.
IT Services wishes to advise students and staff of the various IT Services service points operating during the Essential Student Services Period.
Looking for something to do over the summer break? Then volunteer with Perth Heat!
Are you looking for work experience before graduation and feeling the need to travel abroad with financial assistance?
ECU shops and food outlets will be closing over the holiday period. So you don’t miss out on your caffeine fix or lunch we’ve included the opening and closing dates for all campus outlets right here.
In the Information Technology stream of the highly competitive Department of Health Graduate Program, two of the three applicants who were shortlisted in the final recruitment pool, were from ECU. After successful interviews, both of these students were subsequently offered positions within the program.
If you are enrolled in any semester two units and have not yet completed the online survey of units and teachers (UTEI), don’t delay!
Get some valuable insider tips and tricks to securing your dream job after graduation with these free workshops from ECU's Career Services team.
ECU's online re-enrolment through SIMO will commence from Monday, 26 November 2012.
Students are set to benefit from changes to the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) in 2013.
Students are invited to take part in a special event, run by the WA Police, which looks at the contemporary issues associated with illicit drug investigations and drug laboratories.
Key dates for the January and February 2013 graduation ceremonies are now available.
ECU's official Student Guild publication is seeking applications for section editors to take on the running of the magazine in 2013.
Law students and those with an interest in the legal profession should not miss this year's Vice-Chancellor's Oration, to be delivered by Emeritus Professor Sally Walker AM, the Secretary General of the Law Council of Australia.