Edith Cowan University
Edith Cowan University is a large multi-campus institution situated throughout the metropolitan area of Perth, Western Australia. There are two main campuses in Mount Lawley and Joondalup, as well as another campus in Bunbury which provides education for students located in Western Australia’s South West region. Edith Cowan University is home to over 20,000 students, 4000 of which are international. Located just off of the Indian Ocean, Perth offers a warm, sunny climate, along with various sporting and leisure activities for the outdoors. In fact, a recent survey claims that Perth has been nominated as the ‘overall best city in Australia on almost all indicators including facilities, lifestyle, living standards, and cost of living”.
Edith Cowan University prides itself on pioneering alternative pathways to higher education, by breaking down barriers, opening up opportunities, and encouraging community involvement. There are over 400 courses offered at ECU; study areas ranging from Natural Sciences, to Law, to Teacher Education, and many more. The staff are both challenging and supportive, accompanied by modernized learning resources and extensive facilities.
There are two different on-campus housing options for AustraLearn students at Edith Cowan University: Joondalup and Mount Lawley. Depending on location, students have a choice between living in an apartment or a house, situated within a ‘student village’. Private rentals are also available. University representatives provide comprehensive accommodation services during new student arrivals, throughout the course of studies, and departures.
Students pay Berry tuition, and the overseas institution's housing fee, which does not include meals. Click here for residence hall prices. A student visa costs about $580. All prices are subject to change.
Students should have at least a 2.5 GPA and attended a full year of studies at the university/college level.