People were always friendly and considerate
The biggest hurdle I faced in completing my degree at Edith Cowan University was maintaining the motivation and inspiration to complete each and every assignment to the best of my ability.
At times, situations and responsibilities seemed to overwhelm me or become too much. I found support from really amazing people also doing my course who were always happy to share suggestions, ideas and even their work to help me tackle mine.
People were always friendly and considerate. The lecturers and tutors at ECU were always very understanding and helpful, and would always respond to any query I made.
Undergraduate courses are ideal if you have a goal! These courses allow you to be around like-minded people and you feel as though you are doing exactly what you want to do.
Learning is based on your drive to do the work and I found people were always happy to help and listen to my needs and concerns and do what they could to help make my goals achievable.
Being a recipient of the ECU Vice Chancellor’s Indigenous Australian Scholarship and the Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarship, helped eased the financial burden of study.