Please see below your step-by-step guide for domestic students who are completing their Edith Cowan College diploma and transferring to Edith Cowan University.
The following transfer criteria apply:
When completing the application:
Please note: Immediately after submitting your application, Edith Cowan University will send you an email acknowledging receipt of your application. If you do not receive the email, please email the Pathways team at Edith Cowan University.
If you are not sure whether you have received a reply, search your email for the words “conditional offer”.
Your results will be forwarded to Edith Cowan University.
Edith Cowan College will forward your results to Edith Cowan University on the day they are released.
If you sat for a deferred exam, your results will not be sent to Edith Cowan University until the results are finalised. As a result, you may receive an email from the University advising that you have not been offered a place.
You should email the Pathways team at Edith Cowan University to inform them that your results have not been finalised due to your deferred exam.
Edith Cowan University will send you an email outlining your application outcome regardless of whether you were offered a place or not.
If you do not receive an email by the next day, please email the Pathways team at Edith Cowan University.
If you do not achieve a WAM of 50, please contact your Academic Coordinator at Edith Cowan College. If you achieve a WAM of 50 but do not meet the WAM required for your desired course, please change your course preference to a course or campus that has a lower WAM.
Please read your offer carefully. You must comply with the instructions in your offer, including how to enrol online. If you encounter any issues, please contact your Faculty as soon as possible.
You will also need to select your timetable yourself after you enrol.
You can also now collect a Edith Cowan University student ID card.
Edith Cowan University conducts an Orientation session specifically for graduating Edith Cowan College students. This aims to address the differences in study styles and expectations between Edith Cowan College and Edith Cowan University, as well as assist Edith Cowan College students to learn about Edith Cowan University systems.
Please also attend your Faculty Orientation.
Congratulations! You are now ready to commence at Edith Cowan University.
Students (Australian/Permanent Resident Students/Humanitarian Visa Holder/New Zealand citizens) who successfully complete their Diploma course at Edith Cowan College and who meet the transfer criteria will be eligible to apply for a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) in second year of the relevant Edith Cowan University undergraduate degree.
Transfer to some degrees requires specific Edith Cowan College units to be completed in order to receive the appropriate credits.
Edith Cowan College students who complete their Edith Cowan College course within the normal timeframe for completion (based on full-time enrolment) are considered for entry to Edith Cowan University courses on the basis of the conditions which applied at the time they commenced the Edith Cowan College course.
Edith Cowan College students who complete their Edith Cowan College course in a timeframe beyond the normal completion period (based on full-time enrolment) are considered for entry to Edith Cowan University courses on the basis of the conditions that are in place at the time they apply for entry to Edith Cowan University.
Edith Cowan College holds 'Transferring to Edith Cowan University' information sessions towards the end of each trimester for students who will be completing their Edith Cowan College Diploma.
You will be invited by email to the sessions.