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Legal, Career and Financial Advice

Legal Advice

To help international students understand their legal rights, StudyPerth will provide free multilingual and confidential legal advisory services via My Legal Mate.

My Legal Mate provides answers to commonly asked questions about laws in Australia, as well as on-the-go legal information about any legal matter related to:

  • Employment and workplace rights
  • Private disputes and sexual assault
  • Education provider disputes
  • Housing/tenancy issues

Career Advice

ECC’s Academic Program Coordinators are available to provide students with course advice and course-specific career advice.

StudyPerth offers students a Careers Centre and Career Support. The Careers Centre free and comprehensive employability portal is packed with interactive tools, valuable e-learning courses, career assessments and the latest job opportunities, all designed to get you job-ready and navigating today’s job market with confidence. Explore the Career Planning, Job Application and e-Learning tabs on the StudyPerth website to see how the Careers Centre can benefit you.

All ECC students will be able to access ECU’s services upon progression to the university.

Financial Advice

ECC runs workshops for students on a variety of topics, including budgeting. Students will be informed of upcoming workshops through their ECC student email.

The WA Government offers financial assistance through a number of student incentives and scholarships – see StudyPerth WA Government international student incentives and the Australian Government Department of Education for more information.

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