Sometimes when sitting down to finally get started on that major assignment you've been putting off, you can encounter a road block. Staring at the question you ask yourself; What does this question mean? Here's some tips on how to get started.
Are you a procrastinator? Let's take a look at some effective strategies for getting things done in a timely manner.
Our hope is that all ECU students thrive in the online environment we’ve created to meet the challenges of COVID-19. ECU staff have worked incredibly hard to shift all our learning online in a way that is both accessible and ensures that your learning outcomes are achieved.
Finding the time and space to study can be challenging at the best of times, but with children home from school, and partners working remotely too, there's a whole new range of challenges.
ECU invites commencing international students to come along and share a virtual coffee and morning tea, while learning about living and studying in Australia at our very first Virtual International Café.
The federal government has launched a new jobs site that collates a wide array of employment opportunities currently being advertised across the internet.
Looking for a job is a job in itself, and it can be hard to know where to start. So we did some of the legwork for you and got some top tips from a few Careers experts.
Dr Russ Harris, author of the book 'The Happiness Trap' has shared on his website a free resource to help people with their mental health using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
We know that many of the students in our ECU community have lost employment recently and are now job searching. It is important for you to know that there is assistance available and you may be eligible to claim financial help.
An internship is a great way to put the knowledge and theory you learn at university into practice in the real world, as well as giving you a chance to improve your skills, network within your industry and discover how you fit into your chosen career.
The State Government is temporarily reducing its public transport services for a period of three weeks. Adjusted service arrangements from Sunday, 5 April to Sunday, 26 April that may impact student or staff travel include bus, ferry and train travel.
Student Life provides support to students to enable success in their studies. As part of our adaptation to COVID-19 more services and being transferred online and the hours of the Student Hub opening are being reduced.
Work restrictions for international student visa holders have been temporarily relaxed by the Department of Home Affairs in response to the current COVID-19 situation. Here’s what you need to know as an international student.
Being a university student can be overwhelming and it can become easy to lose sight of the end goal – to get a job. Graduate programs can be a great next step for graduates looking to get started on a long-term career.
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