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Researchers at Curtin University are conducting a new clinical trial for the treatment of non-suicidal self-injury (self-harm) in young adults aged 18-24 is being launched by a research team within the School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, with treatment groups to commence in April 2015.
Your classes will run as timetabled on Labour Day - Monday, 2 March.
Network Teach is hosting another Quiz Night in March. Read on for more details.
Student Central has extended opening hours from the week commencing Monday, 23 February until Friday, 27 February 2015.
The City of Perth International Student Festival is on again! Come and lend a hand at this great event.
ECU is partnering with The West Australian to offer 1500 students a free subscription to the newspaper’s digital edition.
Provide feedback if you would like to have input on how the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) is spent.
The Faculty of Business and Law’s annual Careers Fair provides Business and Law students with an opportunity to network with prospective employers and discover what you need to do to join their organisation.
Transperth recently announced a new bus route 406 between ECU Mount Lawley and Glendalough Train Station.
ECU's online re-enrolment through SIMO is still open.
You might have noticed a colourful change in ECU’s car parks since last year.
Share your knowledge of University life with new ECU students.
Participate in an online survey "Going Concern Assessment" for a chance to win an iPad Air 2 (16GB).
As a premier partner of the 2015 Perth International Arts Festival, ECU has two double film vouchers to give away.