Procrastinating can become a debilitating pattern of behaviour. If you find yourself putting things off and assignments and tasks piling up, there are strategies you can implement to get things back under control.
Coming Up in August will be an exclusive career webinar that looks into Woodside's Summer Vacation Program.
A big part of being an international student is sharing your experience with others, learning about different cultures and perspectives and making new friends.
A range of scholarships and bursaries are available to assist students with disabilities, those who are carers, and people who have been impacted by significant events. Here's four different programs that are accepting applications.
The Careers team is excited to announce the arrival of our new Career Assistants who are here to help you with your resumes and cover letter for job applications.
Starting a new semester, you may feel as though you need some support to manage stress when working on assignments, preparing for the exam period and maintaining a healthy study/life balance.
The ECU Career Alumni Mentoring Program connects you with a former ECU student and provides you with the opportunity to enhance your networking skills and prepare you to transition into your professional career successfully.
At ECU, we are working to ensure that our campus is a safe environment for everybody. That is why we provide access to the free, interactive ‘Consent Matters’ online learning module, which supports students with learning how to recognise sexual consent and support others if they are ever in trouble.
Check your email inbox to see if you are one of the lucky ones.
Meet some of the new University Contact Officers at ECU.
This week sees many people return to campus for the first time in months, and it's a good time to reacquaint ourselves with ECU's values.
ECU campuses have a wide range of sports facilities and teams you can join, and at the start of semester there's some great drop-in sessions.
Participants are needed for an innovative project examining whether performing a pattern of handgrip exercises can strengthen connections between the brain and other non-exercised muscles.
This update provides you with information on our teaching arrangements and campus activity, which are based on the WA Government’s COVID-19 coronavirus: WA roadmap.
When we witness a situation that feels wrong or behaviour that makes us feel uncomfortable, chances are something is wrong.
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