ECU Global Open Day will help you think about where you want to go in the world and how ECU can take you there. It’s time to focus on your future!
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ECU has an enviable reputation as a university that provides high quality teaching, skills development and student support, and one of the best learning experiences in Australia.
Edith Cowan College (ECC) is ECU’s on-campus academic and English pathway provider. It is the only ECU pathway based on the ECU campuses. ECC offers ECU Pathway Programs for students who may not qualify for direct entry into an ECU degree program. ECC also provides English language programs for people who do not meet the ECU English requirements and from non-English-speaking backgrounds.
NIT Australia is a leading registered training organisation (RTO) specialising in IT and Business courses. It provides real-world education and training that is relevant to the needs of the modern and ever-evolving workplace.
NIT Australia CRICOS Provider Code: 03420M NIT Australia is a leading registered training organisation (RTO) specialising in IT and Business courses. It provides real-world education and training that is relevant to the needs of the modern and ever-evolving workplace. If you do meet direct entry into your chosen Bachelor’s degree, NIT can provide students with a pre-arranged pathway, either as a foundation program or a Diploma. NIT Australia has a number of initiatives to further support our students, such as Industry Internships Program and our ‘Help You Prepare for Employment’ (HYPE) Program to enhance learning outcomes. NIT has established affiliations with many Industry partners to provide students access to current technologies, modern training facilities and authentic learning resources designed and developed to prepare students to successfully enter the workforce.
TAFE International Western Australia (TIWA) is the registered training organisation (RTO) and Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) provider, for the delivery of training to international students, enrolled in TAFE courses in Western Australia. These nationally recognised courses are delivered by Western Australian TAFE colleges on TIWA’s behalf. TIWA retains responsibility for the quality of the training and assessment delivered by the TAFE colleges and for the issue of certification documentation to students
Check out some highlights from our last campus Open Day.