ECA Blog

22
May

Living and studying in Sydney – The Swinburne Sydney Experience

Posted by ECA

Being an international student in a foreign country can be an exciting experience. You can expand your learning, explore different cultures, and to get an accredited qualification you can use...

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15
May

Get the Swinburne Edge

Posted by ECA

Employers are always looking for professionals with the right skillset and academic base, and the right degree from a leading university can make all the difference when you are starting out in...

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06
May

ECA Student Relief Fund

Posted by ECA

Categories Student Support

To keep pace with changing time in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, ECA is offering a holistic Student Relief Program including various cost-saving measures and flexible digitally supported...

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17
March

Enhancing cross-cultural engagement with students from the subcontinent: Prof. Mahsood Shah, Dean, Swinburne Sydney

Posted by ECA

Prof. Mahsood Shah, Dean of Swinburne Sydney addresses cross-cultural issues in Australian universities and discusses the way forward for academics and institutions. As part of the research team,...

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13
March

Helping international students find their footing: The journey of Rupesh Singh, CEO of ECA

Posted by ECA
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27
February

The New Way To Do Uni!

While the majority of universities are satisfied to maintain the status quo of education delivery, Victoria University has set itself apart from the pack by setting in place a transformation to...

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24
February

Studying in Australia is safe - Don't Panic

Posted by Sacha Jaafari

Australia, despite the many ongoing crises such as fires, Coronavirus outbreak and drought that are dominating international headlines currently, is still a safe country to visit and reside in....

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19
February

It never rains but it pours.

It’s true that misfortune or bad news often comes in clusters. January 2020, from an Australian perspective, has been quite an awful month. The bushfires have been widespread and caused more...

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06
February

If China has peaked, then where next?

Australian universities got lazy. They enjoyed the seemingly endless flow of Chinese students who willingly paid top dollar to help prop up the finances of public institutions. Lazy, because it's...

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26
November

Leading the way for higher education in Australia

Posted by ECA

 

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