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Bachelor of Arts Edith Cowan University - ECU

4.0 out of 5 from 4 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

With a choice of majors spanning traditional and humanities disciplines, this course enables students to pursue their passion and career goals simultaneously.

Students will have a unique opportunity to design a cross-disciplinary course according to their personal interests, in areas that cover historical, critical, political, theoretical and creative practices that underpin our global cultures and industries. This multi-skilled approach is essential in contextualising and applying knowledge and experience in a broad range of employment fields. Work-related placement is also encouraged.

Ongoing professional support is provided throughout the course to help students create exactly the undergraduate experience they want for their anticipated professional life.


Arts Management
Japanese (From Introductory)
Japanese (From Post-ATAR)
Politics and International Relations


Actor, Dancer, Foreign Affairs Officer, Government Adviser, Historian, International Consultant, Heritage Consultant, Policy Analyst, Public Servant, Social...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Arts Edith Cowan University - ECU based on 4 reviews
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August 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: It's a small course (only accepts 25 people a year), so it's a very tight-knit and supportive environment. It's also very well structured, providing a broad practical knowledge of business skills and the arts industry (it's arts management) with lecturers who are active in the industry. It also provides many networ...

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April 2018
Year completed 2022

Positives: It is very broad so I am able to learn a variety of topics

Negatives: The basics can be boring

My advice to future students is: Study what your interested in

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March 2018
Year completed 2020

Information is closely linked to the industry. This course makes you very employable.

A negative is the Bachelor of Arts is useless. You’ll never be rich

My advice to future students is: Forget social life. Study. Study. Studyyyyy

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March 2018
Year completed 2017

I did an Arts Management major.

It gave me an understanding of multiple subjects such as law, finance, marketing and gave us an understanding of the arts industry. The hands on experience gained through my two years working front of house for WAAPA has prepared me to work in a modern arts industry.

The lecturers were o...

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