Edith Cowan University (ECU)

AU Ranking

30

QS Ranking

651-700

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About Edith Cowan University (ECU)

ECU is located over three campuses in beautiful Western Australia. Two are in metropolitan Perth, and the other is 200kms away in the South West region in Bunbury. 

ECU's headquarters are at the stunning Joondalup Campus, 25km north of Perth. ECU Joondalup has world‑class facilities for teaching and research, and provides offerings in arts, commerce, engineering, law, medical and health sciences, natural sciences, nursing, computing and security, sports science, psychology, social science and teacher education. An extensive range of facilities, services and support are available, including a modern library with 24‑hour access to the e‑lab, a medical centre, a gym, cafes and a tavern.

Located in the thriving cultural hub of Mount Lawley and close to Perth CBD, you can’t help but be inspired by the artistic vibe at our Mount Lawley Campus. Offerings are provided in arts, communications, design, media and teacher education. Campus life is always buzzing, with our arts hub, cafes, a sport and fitness centre, and our vibrant Student Village all adding to your university experience. Our Mount Lawley Campus is home to the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), giving you the perfect opportunity to enjoy the hundreds of performances and events that they host each year.

Located two hours’ drive south of Perth, our South West Campus in Bunbury is the largest university campus in regional Western Australia, offering small, personalised class sizes and on‑campus accommodation. Offerings are provided in commerce, science, health sciences, nursing and midwifery, social work, exercise and sports science, and teacher education.
Engineering students can also study the first year of their course here.

Summary

AU Ranking: 30

QS Ranking: 651-700

Postgraduate: 59

Undergraduate: 89

Diploma: 17

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