If you begin right away, you will succeed. Edith Cowan University (ECU) offers the best learning environment for students who wish to graduate prepared for the real world.ECU students can do more than simply survive in this world; they can thrive in it thanks to our industry-relevant teaching and research, encouraging learning atmosphere, and award-winning facilities, all of which are located in Western Australia. When ECU was founded in 1991, it seized the chance to transform the way higher education is imparted in a distinctive and motivating campus setting.
The teaching faculty at ECU has substantial industry expertise and networks, and courses are produced in conjunction with the business community. Because of this, ECU students can anticipate opportunities for work-integrated learning, fieldwork, practicums, and networking events as part of their studies. rt getting outcomes a day sooner!World-class research from ECU aims to improve Western Australia's society and beyond. ECU is committed to collaborating with local communities, businesses, and governmental agencies to find solutions to pressing issues. The first woman elected to an Australian Parliament, Edith Dircksey Cowan, inspired the naming of the university. She dedicated her life to the idea that society could only advance, change, and become a better place via education.
More than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students, including students from more than 100 different countries, are enrolled at ECU.Together, our eight schools provide a wide range of programmes in the humanities, business, law, education, engineering, medicine, nursing, midwifery, science, and the performing arts through the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Our three campuses—ECU Joondalup, ECU Mount Lawley, and ECU South West—offer classes. Bunbury is located 200 kilometers south of the capital city. ECU further provides a wide range of online study alternatives. The largest nursing program in the State, the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, the oldest and most prestigious School of Education in Western Australia, and Kurongkurl Katitjin, our Center for Australian Indigenous Education and Research, are all part of ECU.
provides individuals who have already earned a Bachelor's degree or an equivalent certification in fields other than education with a nationally approved beginning teaching qualification.
The Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) program is committed to generating qualified graduates who are prepared to enter the early childhood education field and work with children from birth to age eight.
This course, which is primarily focused on children from birth to eight years old, emphasizes the care and education of children in this age group in collaboration with families and communities.
The foundation of this course is the idea that students enter the program having strengths gained from a variety of educational and life experiences. Research and reflection that emphasizes connections between theory and practice are highly valued. The significance of establishing solid, supportive relationships with children, families, communities, and coworkers is deeply understood by students.
Students learn how to create, carry out, and evaluate socially inclusive curriculum that appreciate, respect, and actively engage children in learning.
This course is offered through cooperative relationships between ECU, certain schools, and early childhood institutions, and it takes into account the "principles and dimensions" of excellence.
Fees: $33550 per year
Scholarship: 20% reduction in tuition fees for the first year of the course.
IELS: 6.5 (6)
Academics: 2.8 GPA