Edith Cowan College (ECC) is an Australian post-secondary institution that specialises in delivering a high-quality and efficient pathway onto Edith Cowan University undergraduate programs and postgraduate courses. The college's exciting fast-track diploma programs are built upon the university's curriculum and will accredit successful students with the equivalent of the first year of an ECU bachelor's degree. As a result, ECC is the single best way for enterprising students to fast track their university journey into one of Australia's leading universities.
The newly launched ECC Foundation Program gives students access to the first year of over 250 undergraduate courses from 8 schools: Arts & Humanities, Business & Law, Engineering & Technology, Medical & Health Sciences, Nursing & Midwifery, Science, Teacher Education and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
ECC's Postgraduate Qualifying Program (PQP) is a non-award program, designed for students who already have a tertiary qualification but have not qualified for direct entry into selected ECU master's degrees in the School of Arts and Humanities, School of Business and Law and School of Science (Computing & Security).
ECC is known for its personalised, close contact style of teaching in the classroom, meaning that students get a tailor-made educational experience that will take them far. In addition to this, the college is based on a well-equipped and beautiful campus site, with cutting edge facilities.
The college has an excellent graduation rate and average grade scores. It prides itself on equipping students with a well-regarded foundation degree which opens many doors both in further education and the professional world.
The college hosts around 700 students from across the globe annually and offers pathway programs across two ECU campuses, located in the multicultural and exciting coastal city of Perth, Australia.