Edith Cowan University (ECU) is a young and progressive university with an outstanding reputation for teaching and learning and an increasing international profile for quality research. We serve 32,000 enrolled students from communities across Australia and internationally, on campus and online. Our dedicated lecturers and researchers develop and impart knowledge that transforms the lives of all our stakeholders.
ECU’s School of Business and Law is an energetic and dynamic school with over 5,000 students from 78 countries offering courses at all degree levels. Our dedicated academics have an enviable reputation in Australia for the quality of their teaching and learning, evidenced by consistent five-star ratings in the Good Universities Guide for fourteen years running.
Our namesake Edith Dircksey Cowan believed in the power of education to effect social change, and addressed inequality and disadvantage for women, children, migrants and Aboriginal Australians. Today, ECU continues her legacy as evidenced by its performance in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, where overall we are placed in the top 100 universities in the world. Specifically, the University is ranked 9th for Quality Education and in the top 4% for Gender Equality.
Our research has real-world impact. We are developing a growing profile in project management, as well as workplace wellbeing. The School boasts a truly international staff profile, with strong academic standing.
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