ECU welcomes the School Locker to our Joondalup and Mount Lawley campuses as our new bookshop.
You’re invited to participate in research on people’s eating behaviour, which can have significant impacts on an individual’s health as well as the environment.
Find out more about how EY is focusing on breaking down barriers that women face in the work place at their online seminar on 14 July.
ECU’s standard parking rules will return to normal across all campuses from Monday, 20 July 2020.
On 19 June, the Federal Education Minister announced a new ‘Job Ready Graduates’ package. Importantly, no current ECU student will be impacted in 2020 by the proposed changes, and all increases in contributions for continuing students will be exempt from the proposed changes. Increases will apply for students commencing in 2021 if the supporting legislation is passed by the Senate.
ECU is committed to maintaining an environment free from discrimination and harassment where everyone feels safe and welcome. Meet some of the newly appointed University Contact Officers who are available to help you.
Graduate programs are designed to develop future leaders and involve career planning and professional development to kick-start your post-university career.
Easing of COVID-19 restrictions will soon see most of return to studying on campus, but for sutdents classed as vulnerable people there is support available.
ECU Vice-Chancellor Professor Steve Chapman provides an update o nthe latest changes due to COVID-19.
It’s time to complete your UTEI survey! The more students who participate in the survey, the more confident we can be about making improvements to the quality of units and teaching at ECU.
Student Counselling is moving to a new location on the mount Lawley campus, moving from Building 8 to Building 3.
ECU's Careers and Employability team have a mountain of events to help you be career ready, from skills workshops, to guest industry speakers, and online discussions Here's some of the events running this week.
Upgrades to the bus shelter will see the bus stop outside of the Mount Lawley campus be unavailable for several weeks in early July.
The hidden job market is a phrase used to describe all the job roles that are available but not advertised. In Australia it’s believed that between 60 and 80 per cent of all available jobs are not advertised.
ECU's Careers and Employability team have a mountain of events to help you be career ready, from skills workshops, to guest industry speakers, and online discussions.
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