text.skipToContent text.skipToNavigation
Language:
語言:
语言:
IDP 雅思: 立即报考/ 查看考期 | 联络我们: 2179 3600 | WhatsApp: 5148 8870
video Bg

Edith Cowan University

Australia
video Bg

Edith Cowan University

Australia
video Bg

Edith Cowan University

Australia
Overview

Overview

A modern and forward-thinking institution, Edith Cowan University (ECU) is a place for students from all over the world to develop into skilled and successful graduates. Established in 1991, the university is developing rapidly and has been named one of the world’s 150 best universities under 50 years old in the 2018 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.

With two campuses in Perth (Joondalup and Mount Lawley) and one in Bunbury, south of Perth (South West Campus), around 6,000 international students head to the university each year. Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, and boasts some of the best weather in the whole of the country. Students can enjoy a thriving city as well as the many beaches, parks and forests nearby the university.

ECU has four main values which all of the university follows: integrity, respect, rational inquiry and personal excellence. These values help students and staff to work to the best of their abilities, but also to have a positive impact on the university community and environment. The university celebrates difference and diversity, and encourages all students to seek help whenever they might need it.

With plenty of clubs, societies and other academic and social organisations to join, ECU wants every one of its students to have an unforgettable and authentic Australian experience. Courses are tailored to meet industry needs and esteemed academic staff work hard to help students reach their aspirations. There are many study abroad and exchange programs as well as full course options, and the university hopes to inspire all kinds of international students to study at one of its eight innovative academic schools.

Show more +Show less -
Overview

Overview

A modern and forward-thinking institution, Edith Cowan University (ECU) is a place for students from all over the world to develop into skilled and successful graduates. Established in 1991, the university is developing rapidly and has been named one of the world’s 150 best universities under 50 years old in the 2018 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.

With two campuses in Perth (Joondalup and Mount Lawley) and one in Bunbury, south of Perth (South West Campus), around 6,000 international students head to the university each year. Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, and boasts some of the best weather in the whole of the country. Students can enjoy a thriving city as well as the many beaches, parks and forests nearby the university.

ECU has four main values which all of the university follows: integrity, respect, rational inquiry and personal excellence. These values help students and staff to work to the best of their abilities, but also to have a positive impact on the university community and environment. The university celebrates difference and diversity, and encourages all students to seek help whenever they might need it.

With plenty of clubs, societies and other academic and social organisations to join, ECU wants every one of its students to have an unforgettable and authentic Australian experience. Courses are tailored to meet industry needs and esteemed academic staff work hard to help students reach their aspirations. There are many study abroad and exchange programs as well as full course options, and the university hopes to inspire all kinds of international students to study at one of its eight innovative academic schools.

Show more +Show less -
Overview

Overview

A modern and forward-thinking institution, Edith Cowan University (ECU) is a place for students from all over the world to develop into skilled and successful graduates. Established in 1991, the university is developing rapidly and has been named one of the world's 150 best universities under 50 years old in the 2018 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.

With two campuses in Perth (Joondalup and Mount Lawley) and one in Bunbury, south of Perth (South West Campus), around 6,000 international students head to the university each year. Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, and boasts some of the best weather in the whole of the country. Students can enjoy a thriving city as well as the many beaches, parks and forests nearby the university.

ECU has four main values which all of the university follows: integrity, respect, rational inquiry and personal excellence. These values help students and staff to work to the best of their abilities, but also to have a positive impact on the university community and environment. The university celebrates difference and diversity, and encourages all students to seek help whenever they might need it.

With plenty of clubs, societies and other academic and social organisations to join, ECU wants every one of its students to have an unforgettable and authentic Australian experience. Courses are tailored to meet industry needs and esteemed academic staff work hard to help students reach their aspirations. There are many study abroad and exchange programs as well as full course options, and the university hopes to inspire all kinds of international students to study at one of its eight innovative academic schools.

Show more +Show less -
What's new

What's new

Perth is an ideal place for students from anywhere in the world to feel at home. The large, friendly location has been named as one of the top ten cities in the world numerous times by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Liveability Ranking. It was even ranked the second most friendly city in the world by Condé Nast in 2017.

There are over 200 different nationalities in Perth. Approximately 35% of the population was born outside of Australia. Over 170 languages are spoken and there are more than 100 different religions practiced – so there is plenty to accommodate for everyone.

From music festivals to weekend markets there are countless unique and unforgettable activities to enjoy, and students who love being in nature are in luck – the city is fully enclosed by the Indian Ocean and Australian outback.

Many international students are drawn to Perth because of its low cost of living. It ranked among the top 50 in the 2017 Economist Intelligence Unit’s Worldwide Cost of Living Survey, and is by far one of the cheapest Australian cities to live in. Public transport is inexpensive and students can enjoy a range of discounts when shopping or dining out.

The city is also very safe. Surveillance cameras can be found on most modes of transport and police safeguard the train network overnight. If students love swimming in the sea they can be assured that there are lifeguards overlooking beaches during summer seasons. And if they find themselves in an emergency situation, all they need to do is free-call ‘000’ to be connected to emergency services.

Show more +Show less -
What's new

What's new

Providing students with the best all-round experience is at the heart of Edith Cowan University’s mission. The university has been ranked best for student experience out of all public Australian universities according to the Australian Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching. More than 85% who responded to the survey rated ECU highly. The university was also one of the highest rated in the country for teaching quality, skills development and student support.

International students are a vital part of ECU, and the university consistently recognises the high achievements of the international student body. It therefore awards a number of scholarships to help eligible students fund their studies. Awards range from the Vice-Chancellor’s Student Award for Contribution to University Life, to the Family and Alumni International Scholarship. To find country specific scholarships, students can filter awards by residency on ECU’s scholarship website.

Show more +Show less -
What's new

What's new

Global open day

The global open day at ECU is an opportunity for students to think about where they are heading and how ECU can help them get there. It aims to help students to design their future.

Students will learn what entry requirements they need to meet and about the scholarships on offer and the eligibility criteria thereof. They can also participate in free webinars that will educate them on study life at ECU and in Perth.

A range of study options can be explored in the areas of engineering business and law arts and humanities science education medical and health sciences performing arts and nursing and midwifery.

Students can explore ECU's virtual campuses from the comfort of their homes, and participate in demo classes free of cost. Students are encouraged to visit the ECU website for more details on the global open day.

ECU LAUNCHES NOVEMBER 2020 START DATE

ECU has opened a November 2020 online intake, with a choice of some of their most popular courses, for an intensive teaching period during the Australian summer.

This allows students to start their studies earlier and to fast-track their degrees.

See here for further information and course options.

Show more +Show less -
Teaching quality

Teaching quality

ECU is continuously recognised for its excellent teaching standards. In the 2019 edition of the Good Universities Guide, the university scored 86.4% for teaching quality, placing it within the top 20% of Australian universities. It has been awarded a five-star rating for teaching quality for twelve years in a row, and is the only public university in Western Australia to have achieved this.

Both teaching and research staff at ECU are passionate about developing and providing students with an education that will better them as individuals and the lives of people across the globe. Courses are designed with careers in mind industry professionals advise on programme content, making graduates highly attractive in the employment market. Students engage in plenty of practical work to complement their theoretical studies, by participating in industry placements, networking events and field trips, and are given the chance to study abroad at another university as part of their course.

Show more +Show less -
Teaching quality

Teaching quality

ECU is continuously recognised for its excellent teaching standards. In the 2019 edition of the Good Universities Guide, the university scored 86.4% for teaching quality, placing it within the top 20% of Australian universities. It has been awarded a five-star rating for teaching quality for twelve years in a row, and is the only public university in Western Australia to have achieved this.

Both teaching and research staff at ECU are passionate about developing and providing students with an education that will better them as individuals and the lives of people across the globe. Courses are designed with careers in mind industry professionals advise on programme content, making graduates highly attractive in the employment market. Students engage in plenty of practical work to complement their theoretical studies, by participating in industry placements, networking events and field trips, and are given the chance to study abroad at another university as part of their course.

Show more +Show less -
Teaching quality

Teaching quality

ECU is continuously recognised for its excellent teaching standards. In the 2019 edition of the Good Universities Guide, the university scored 86.4% for teaching quality, placing it within the top 20% of Australian universities. It has been awarded a five-star rating for teaching quality for twelve years in a row, and is the only public university in Western Australia to have achieved this.

Both teaching and research staff at ECU are passionate about developing and providing students with an education that will better them as individuals and the lives of people across the globe. Courses are designed with careers in mind industry professionals advise on programme content, making graduates highly attractive in the employment market. Students engage in plenty of practical work to complement their theoretical studies, by participating in industry placements, networking events and field trips, and are given the chance to study abroad at another university as part of their course.

Show more +Show less -
Department structure

Department structure

There are eight academic schools at ECU, each offering a diverse range of courses:

School of Arts & Humanities

Subject areas covered in the School of Arts & Humanities span from contemporary arts to social sciences. Students are encouraged to study modules in different areas of the school for a broad education.

School of Business & Law

Courses at ECU’s School of Business & Law are designed with a heavy focus on industry needs. Students can opt to study Law, Finance, Marketing, and much more.

School of Education

The biggest of its kind in Western Australia, the School of Education is for students who wish to make a positive impact on the lives of younger generations. All courses are rich with useful practical experience.

School of Engineering

ECU’s School of Engineering offers programmes covering all kinds of engineering – from electronics to naval architecture. Courses are accredited by Engineers Australia and recognised by the Washington Accord.

School of Medical & Health Sciences

For those interested in biomedical science, environmental health, occupational safety and other related areas, the School of Medical & Health Sciences has an extensive range of courses on offer.

School of Nursing & Midwifery

A large number of specialist courses are available from the School of Nursing & Midwifery, all with sufficient theory and practical experience included.

School of Science

Providing a wide variety of programmes, the School of Science will stretch the minds of students who wish to study computing, biology, mathematics or one of the other many related areas.

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts

Well known across Australia and recognised around the world, WAAPA’s courses cover everything performing arts-wise, both on stage and behind scenes.

Show more +Show less -
Department structure

Department structure

There are eight academic schools at ECU, each offering a diverse range of courses:

School of Arts & Humanities

Subject areas covered in the School of Arts & Humanities span from contemporary arts to social sciences. Students are encouraged to study modules in different areas of the school for a broad education.

School of Business & Law

Courses at ECU’s School of Business & Law are designed with a heavy focus on industry needs. Students can opt to study Law, Finance, Marketing, and much more.

School of Education

The biggest of its kind in Western Australia, the School of Education is for students who wish to make a positive impact on the lives of younger generations. All courses are rich with useful practical experience.

School of Engineering

ECU’s School of Engineering offers programmes covering all kinds of engineering – from electronics to naval architecture. Courses are accredited by Engineers Australia and recognised by the Washington Accord.

School of Medical & Health Sciences

For those interested in biomedical science, environmental health, occupational safety and other related areas, the School of Medical & Health Sciences has an extensive range of courses on offer.

School of Nursing & Midwifery

A large number of specialist courses are available from the School of Nursing & Midwifery, all with sufficient theory and practical experience included.

School of Science

Providing a wide variety of programmes, the School of Science will stretch the minds of students who wish to study computing, biology, mathematics or one of the other many related areas.

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts

Well known across Australia and recognised around the world, WAAPA’s courses cover everything performing arts-wise, both on stage and behind scenes.

Show more +Show less -
Department structure

Department structure

There are eight academic schools at ECU, each offering a diverse range of courses:

School of Arts & Humanities

Subject areas covered in the School of Arts & Humanities span from contemporary arts to social sciences. Students are encouraged to study modules in different areas of the school for a broad education.

School of Business & Law

Courses at ECU's School of Business & Law are designed with a heavy focus on industry needs. Students can opt to study Law, Finance, Marketing, and much more.

School of Education

The biggest of its kind in Western Australia, the School of Education is for students who wish to make a positive impact on the lives of younger generations. All courses are rich with useful practical experience.

School of Engineering

ECU's School of Engineering offers programmes covering all kinds of engineering – from electronics to naval architecture. Courses are accredited by Engineers Australia and recognised by the Washington Accord.

School of Medical & Health Sciences

For those interested in biomedical science, environmental health, occupational safety and other related areas, the School of Medical & Health Sciences has an extensive range of courses on offer.

School of Nursing & Midwifery

A large number of specialist courses are available from the School of Nursing & Midwifery, all with sufficient theory and practical experience included.

School of Science

Providing a wide variety of programmes, the School of Science will stretch the minds of students who wish to study computing, biology, mathematics or one of the other many related areas.

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts

Well known across Australia and recognised around the world, WAAPA's courses cover everything performing arts-wise, both on stage and behind scenes.

Show more +Show less -
Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at ECU, international students must meet both the academic and English language requirements. There are a number of ways to satisfy these, including through secondary education results, successful completion of a Diploma programme or a year’s tertiary study from an approved institution.

English language requirements for undergraduate courses generally ask for a minimum score of IELTS: 6.0 TOEFL iBT: 70 GCE O Level: Grade C GCE A Level: Grade E PTE: 57–64 OET: B in each component or another acceptable equivalent. These may change and are dependent on the course, study level, and other factors.

Pathway programs from other Perth institutions are available for those who wish to study as an undergraduate but cannot meet the requirements. Many of these courses include help for those with low English language levels.

Show more +Show less -
Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at ECU, international students must meet both the academic and English language requirements. There are a number of ways to satisfy these, including through secondary education results, successful completion of a Diploma programme or a year’s tertiary study from an approved institution.

English language requirements for undergraduate courses generally ask for a minimum score of IELTS: 6.0 TOEFL iBT: 70 GCE O Level: Grade C GCE A Level: Grade E PTE: 57–64 OET: B in each component or another acceptable equivalent. These may change and are dependent on the course, study level, and other factors.

Pathway programs from other Perth institutions are available for those who wish to study as an undergraduate but cannot meet the requirements. Many of these courses include help for those with low English language levels.

Show more +Show less -
Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at ECU, international students must meet both the academic and English language requirements. There are a number of ways to satisfy these, including through secondary education results, successful completion of a Diploma programme or a year's tertiary study from an approved institution.

English language requirements for undergraduate courses generally ask for a minimum score of IELTS: 6.0 TOEFL iBT: 70 GCE O Level: Grade C GCE A Level: Grade E PTE: 57–64 OET: B in each component or another acceptable equivalent. These may change and are dependent on the course, study level, and other factors.

Pathway programs from other Perth institutions are available for those who wish to study as an undergraduate but cannot meet the requirements. Many of these courses include help for those with low English language levels.

Show more +Show less -
Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

ECU offers financial support in the form of scholarships to help international students who require it. Students will have to meet eligibility criteria for all the scholarships on offer. Some of the scholarships available are:

  • Early Acceptance Scholarship: for those who apply and receive an offer to study at ECU far enough in advance. The award is AUD 1,000 towards second semester tuition costs.
  • Overseas Partner Scholarship: for those who have successfully completed a course at a specific overseas partner institution. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.
  • International Undergraduate Merit Scholarship: for those from specific overseas countries who have already achieved academic excellence. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.
  • International Undergraduate Scholarship: for those who will be studying for a bachelor’s degree. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.

There are numerous other scholarships available, including academic school-specific awards.

The Student Guild also provides financial support. Interest-free emergency loans are available for students who require it. There are also other means of support which students can seek advice for from relevant services staff.

Show more +Show less -
Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

ECU offers financial support in the form of scholarships to help international students who require it. Students will have to meet eligibility criteria for all the scholarships on offer. Some of the scholarships available are:

  • Early Acceptance Scholarship: for those who apply and receive an offer to study at ECU far enough in advance. The award is AUD 1,000 towards second semester tuition costs.
  • Overseas Partner Scholarship: for those who have successfully completed a course at a specific overseas partner institution. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.
  • International Undergraduate Merit Scholarship: for those from specific overseas countries who have already achieved academic excellence. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.
  • International Undergraduate Scholarship: for those who will be studying for a bachelor’s degree. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.

There are numerous other scholarships available, including academic school-specific awards.

The Student Guild also provides financial support. Interest-free emergency loans are available for students who require it. There are also other means of support which students can seek advice for from relevant services staff.

Show more +Show less -
Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

ECU offers financial support in the form of scholarships to help international students who require it. Students will have to meet eligibility criteria for all the scholarships on offer. Some of the scholarships available are:

  • Early Acceptance Scholarship: for those who apply and receive an offer to study at ECU far enough in advance. The award is AUD 1,000 towards second semester tuition costs.
  • Overseas Partner Scholarship: for those who have successfully completed a course at a specific overseas partner institution. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.
  • International Undergraduate Merit Scholarship: for those from specific overseas countries who have already achieved academic excellence. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.
  • International Undergraduate Scholarship: for those who will be studying for a bachelor's degree. The award is a 20% tuition fee discount for the entire course.

There are numerous other scholarships available, including academic school-specific awards.

The Student Guild also provides financial support. Interest-free emergency loans are available for students who require it. There are also other means of support which students can seek advice for from relevant services staff.

Show more +Show less -
Facilities

Facilities

International students can choose to live on any of ECU’s three campuses at one of the accommodation options, managed by Campus Living Villages. A variety of living arrangements are available, including single and multi-room units with communal self-catering areas. Villages are positioned nearby campus buildings, meaning all facilities are easily reachable.

Rent costs begin at around AUD $200, and there are a number of 50% accommodation scholarships on offer for those who study at Mount Lawley Campus. There are also off-campus accommodation options available, which are organised by ECU Village.

Students can take advantage of the many facilities on campus, from food and drinks outlets which suit all dietary preferences and requirements, to the Student Health Services where practitioners, nurses and other professionals provide health assistance. There is a free and supportive Multifaith Chaplaincy, Student Guild which supplies academic, social and financial help and activities, hair and beauty salon, library and optometrist. On-campus facilities also include the use of academic equipment including multimedia technology and up-to-date computer software.

Show more +Show less -
Facilities

Facilities

International students can choose to live on any of ECU’s three campuses at one of the accommodation options, managed by Campus Living Villages. A variety of living arrangements are available, including single and multi-room units with communal self-catering areas. Villages are positioned nearby campus buildings, meaning all facilities are easily reachable.

Rent costs begin at around AUD $200, and there are a number of 50% accommodation scholarships on offer for those who study at Mount Lawley Campus. There are also off-campus accommodation options available, which are organised by ECU Village.

Students can take advantage of the many facilities on campus, from food and drinks outlets which suit all dietary preferences and requirements, to the Student Health Services where practitioners, nurses and other professionals provide health assistance. There is a free and supportive Multifaith Chaplaincy, Student Guild which supplies academic, social and financial help and activities, hair and beauty salon, library and optometrist. On-campus facilities also include the use of academic equipment including multimedia technology and up-to-date computer software.

Show more +Show less -
Facilities

Facilities

International students can choose to live on any of ECU's three campuses at one of the accommodation options, managed by Campus Living Villages. A variety of living arrangements are available, including single and multi-room units with communal self-catering areas. Villages are positioned nearby campus buildings, meaning all facilities are easily reachable.

Rent costs begin at around AUD $200, and there are a number of 50% accommodation scholarships on offer for those who study at Mount Lawley Campus. There are also off-campus accommodation options available, which are organised by ECU Village.

Students can take advantage of the many facilities on campus, from food and drinks outlets which suit all dietary preferences and requirements, to the Student Health Services where practitioners, nurses and other professionals provide health assistance. There is a free and supportive Multifaith Chaplaincy, Student Guild which supplies academic, social and financial help and activities, hair and beauty salon, library and optometrist. On-campus facilities also include the use of academic equipment including multimedia technology and up-to-date computer software.

Show more +Show less -
6011
国际留学生

住在Australia的平均花费

查看全部生活费用
401st  / 1250

泰晤士高等教育世界大学排名

At ECU
Master of Management
Take flight over ECU
Civil Engineering PhD
Motorsports with ECU
Exercise & Sports Science
Engineering BA
Nutrition and Human Biology
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Journey
Professional Accounting MA
Public Health MA
Join us at ECU
Take flight over ECU

总平均费用:$4390

  • $2955
    住房
  • $896
    餐饮
  • $139
    日常生活
  • $400
    服装
计算你的生活费用
Mount Lawley Western Australia 2 Bradford Street
Bunbury Western Australia 585 Robertson Drive
Joondalup Western Australia 270 Joondalup Drive
Melbourne Victoria 235 Queen Street
Sydney New South Wales 333 Kent Street
Established in 1991, ECU took the opportunity to reshape the way higher education is delivered in a distinctive and inspiring campus environment. Edith Cowan University is one of the world's best young universities. It welcomes students wishing to study in Australia who aren't Australian citizens or permanent residents. The university is constantly scanning what?s happening in the world and translating the same into challenging, realistic and highly practical courses that prepare students for the future. The programs are developed in consultation with industry groups and focuses on the graduates' employability skills.

To help the students with a career direction, it groups the similar fields of work into study areas. Within each study area, the students can choose an undergraduate or postgraduate degree. And within most degree courses, they can choose the speciality, or major subject. Practicums and networking events are integral to most of the courses and students can be offered paid internships as part of their studies.

The university provides a variety of services and facilities that go beyond the classroom, with opportunities for personal development and social interaction for students and staff. On-campus accommodation at all three campuses, managed by Campus Living Villages, Students enjoy 24-hour access to on-campus computing facilities. Campus libraries provide comprehensive book and journal collections, electronic resources and facilities for study and research.

ECU has three campuses in Western Australia, Joondalup and Mount Lawley in the Perth metropolitan area and our South West campus in Bunbury, 200km south of the Perth CBD, a vibrant, sophisticated and safe city that's regularly rated in the top 10 in the world for liveability. Its modern facilities are among the best students can find at any university in Australia.
https://images1.content-gbl.com/commimg/myhotcourses/institution/profile/myhc_176546_320px.jpg Edith Cowan University https://www.idp.com/hongkong/universities/edith-cowan-university/iid-au-00443/?lang=zk

如欲了解网站上的信息,请浏览 我们如何收集及展示课程信息 。IDP教育对此网站内容的任何错误或疏漏概不负责。我们建议你与IDP升学顾问联络,以获取最新、最准确的建议。

请选择资历等级

输入搜索关键字,从列表中选择或者点击搜索

  • 开始输入,从列表中选择或者点击搜索

  • 输入搜索关键字,从列表中选择或者点击搜索

请输入及选择院校

  • 输入大学名称的首1个字符,然后从列表中选择

  • 输入大学或院校名称,然后从列表中选择