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Meet Edith Cowan University Academics from Seven schools to discuss more about the program structure, Credits articulations & admission criteria for Business, IT, Engineering, Nursing, Science, Law, Education and Hospitality Management.

Undergraduate, Postgraduate & Research Degrees.
Pathway options available via Edith Cowan College.
Pending results students are welcome.

7 Academics from 7 Schools

  • School of Science
  • School of Medical and Health Sciences
  • School of Arts and Humanities
  • School of Education
  • School of Business and Law
  • School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • School of Engineering


  • 20% Scholarships Guaranteed for all Successful applicants.
  • 50% Accommodation scholarships.
  • Free Accommodation @ Bunbury Campus.
  • AUD 1000 Early bird acceptance scholarships.

Event Venue

Jeewa Premier - 25 Oct 2018 - 3pm

Why Choose ECU?

ECU is one of the world’s best young universities*.

We’re young and we’re curious. We’re constantly scanning what’s happening in the world and translating this into challenging, realistic and highly practical courses that prepare students for the future.

Our programs are developed in consultation with industry groups and we focus on our graduates’ employability skills.

Practicums and networking events are integral to most of our courses and students can be offered paid internships as part of their studies.

*Times Higher Education Top 150 Young University Rankings, 2018

Why Study in Perth?

Edith Cowan University welcomes students wishing to study in Australia who aren’t Australian citizens or permanent residents.

We’re one of the youngest Australian universities, home to almost 6,000 international students.

ECU is based in Perth, Western Australia, a vibrant, sophisticated and safe city that’s regularly rated in the top 10 in the world for liveability*.

Western Australia is a driving force in Australia’s economy, producing 34% of the country’s exports, with only 11% of the total population.

Perth has recently experienced strong population growth, with an increased demand for services requiring qualified workers in fields like technology, construction and science.

Western Australian salaries are 13% higher than the national average.