Not getting distracted while studying can be challenging at times, we've tested some of the online apps and websites that are designed to help you stay focussed.
ECU is proud to welcome all newly listed UCOs who have been selected to perform this important role. Meet two of these new UCOs below and find out why they decided to undertake the role.
Heading towards the end of the semester, you may feel as though you need some support to manage stress when working on final assignments and tips on how to maintain a healthy study/life balance.
At ECU we embrace our values of integrity, respect, rational inquiry and personal excellence, and we'll all need to draw upon these as we make the return to studying on campus.
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.
ECU is developing a new university-wide approach to promote and support student and staff mental health and wellbeing regardless of location, role or mode of study. Your feedback and input is welcomed.
Vice Chancellor Steve Chapman shares the latest update on how ECU is adapting and changing because of COVID-19.
The ECU Careers team is excited to announce a new series of webinars in their Industry Insights series. Each of these sessions will see an industry insider join the Careers team to give you advice on your employment journey.
ECU has transitioned to online learning due to the current restrictions on physical distancing, and your final assessments may have changed from traditional exams to timed online assessments.
Preparing for a timed online assessment isn't too different from a traditional exam, and we've got some tips to help you approach the task successfully.
We know it’s a busy time of year for all of you as we come closer to the end of the semester. Our Virtual International Café sessions can be a great way to take a much needed break from your workload to have a social catch up with like-minded students.
The Library is reintroducing access to all floors and reopening the South West Campus Library space.
National Reconciliation Week (NRW), held 27 May to 3 June, is a time for us all to learn about our shared national histories, cultures, achievements and explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.
ECU researchers are seeking participants (18+) to complete a 20-30 minute anonymous online survey.
National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories,cultures,and achievements,and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.
Graduate Programs recruit from a range of disciplines and offer a structured and comprehensive training experience. They often involve rotations through various departments and graduates are well supported by a mentor.
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