We're looking forward to welcoming all new students onto campus for Orientation from Monday 15 February.
Western Australia is facing disasters on two fronts this week with the COVID-19 lockdown and extreme bushfires. Support is available for staff and students.
Maintaining a positive attitude during the COVID lock down can be challenging. Even though we've been here before, the second time around can be a different experience for many of us.
ECU has lots of support services to help everyone through this period, and there's a heap of helpful resources you can access too.
Many job opportunities do not actually get advertised they are filled by 'word of mouth' through someone knowing someone who turned out to be perfect for the job. This is networking in action.
With the COVID-19 lockdown significantly impacting events, ECU is postponing this weekend’s graduation ceremonies until the weekend of 27-28 February.
While ECU campuses remain closed in line with WA Health Department advice, student services are still available online. Read more for important information about student support and studies.
Making sure your resume highlights soft skills that employers are looking for can help your application get noticed. In 2021 what do employers look for beyond your expertise?
ECU's Staff and Students Honour Roll celebrates the significant achievements and awards presented to members of our University community.
Summer in Perth is filled with events and activities. 2020 has been a year like no other, and as we reach the summer break many international and interstate students who might usually head home for a few months are instead staying here.
The Australian Federal Police have a graduate program which is now open to people joining the workforce in 2022.
Exams results are released on Monday 14 December, if you sat exams log on to see your results, plus remember to re-enrol and reach out for help if you need it.
From Saturday, 5 December, venues at ECU, like other venues in Western Australia, will be required to keep an attendance register of all students, staff and visitors to enable rapid coronavirus contact tracing.
World AIDS Day remains as relevant today as it’s always been, reminding people and governments that HIV has not gone away. There is still a critical need for increased funding for the AIDS response, to increase awareness of the impact of HIV on people’s lives, to end stigma and discrimination and to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV.
Celebrate International Day of People with a Disability with special guest speaker Prue Hawkins LLB, BA. Prue is a respected disability discrimination lawyer and founder and principal of Empire Law.
ECU staff and students are invited to join the Centre for Learning and Teaching team to celebrate Ann Beveridge’s life and her work at ECU.
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