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The Joondalup Learning Precinct is the only known educational facility in the world incorporating a university, police academy and a technical and further education college. Located in the heart of Joondalup, the Precinct is made up of the four education campuses: ECU Joondalup, West Coast Institute of Training, West Australia Institute of Further Studies and the Western Australia Police Academy
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About Joondalup & surrounds

The Joondalup Learning Precinct is the only known educational facility in the world incorporating a university, police academy and a technical and further education college. Located in the heart of Joondalup, the Precinct is made up of the four education campuses: ECU Joondalup, West Coast Institute of Training, West Australia Institute of Further Studies and the Western Australia Police Academy. St Marys Anglican School for Girls, Woodvale Senior High School, Newman College, Churchlands High School and Tuart College are also located in the surrounding areas.

ECU Joondalup boasts state-of-the-art facilities including the Health and Wellness Building, a multi-million dollar sport and fitness centre, a law and justice department, a new award winning library and student hub, an outdoor cinema during the summer months and on-campus accommodation.

Free CAT bus services in Joondalup's central precinct ferry passengers to Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre, Joondalup Health Campus, Edith Cowan University, West Coast Institute of Training and various stops around the CBD.

The City comprises 17km of stunning coastline with 10 beaches in the area including Marmion Beach, Pinnaroo Point, Ocean Reef Beach, Sorrento Beach, Whitfords Beach, Beaumaris Beach, Mullaloo Beach, Burns Beach, Hillarys Beach and the popular Hillary’s Marina with its scores of boats and yachts, restaurants, speciality shops and attractions including the Aquarium of Western Australia (AQWA). A new free Wi-Fi service will soon be unveiled in the Joondalup City Centre, called Discover Joondalup. The Wi-Fi service will cover a wide area of the City Centre from Central Park in the South to Shenton Avenue in the North and Lakeside Drive in the East to McLarty Avenue in the West.

Why study in Western Australia?

What comes to mind when thinking of the perfect place to study?  It would be just about any student’s dream to study in a place that offers world-class education and a pathway to a successful career. Somewhere with excellent infrastructure, natural beauty, clean air, rivers and oceans.

Famous for its friendly people and relaxed atmosphere, Perth embodies the true Australian lifestyle.  There are not many places left in the world where a passer-by will warmly greet you on the street or stop to have a chat. Australians love to interact with overseas visitors and embrace other cultures.

Perth is a city of growth, success and possibilities. Recent years have seen the benefits of our resources boom flow into every part of our lives, from education to transport, and tens of thousands of people have come to see the natural beauty of Western Australia and enjoy its year-round sunshine. The new international airport, along with the Perth Arena and expanding city rail network, riverside developments and beach-fronts are shaping Perth into Australia’s western gateway for tourism and investment.

Research conducted in Perth is respected globally, reaching new horizons in medicine and health sciences, agriculture, chemistry, geology, metallurgy, engineering, astrophysics, renewable energy and environmental management. Our artists, musicians and actors are familiar to the world. Your study experience here will not only provide you with learning, but also the possibility to be part of the growing academic and professional network which will guide the future of our city.

Read more about studying in Western Australia at www.studyperth.com.au and studywest.des.wa.gov.au

Last updated: Monday, 27 October 2014 5:17:58 PM

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