EIT has 2 main campus buildings, one located in East Perth and one located in West Perth. The actual campus buildings are approximately 3.5km apart, so many of our staff members enjoy cycling or walking between the 2 locations, but reliable public transport is also available. 

Both campus locations are serviced by the free CAT (Central Area Transit) bus service, which runs multiple times per hour.  

EIT's East Perth campus is fully equipped for all students, and the campus is housed in a modern building which is full of natural light which makes it the ideal place to study.

EIT's East Perth campus has the following facilities and services available to students: 

  • Classrooms with computer and internet access
  • Student support staff
  • Breakout areas
  • Toilets
  • Aroma Cafe
  • First Aid Room
  • Bicycle racks
  • Prayer Room

EIT's West Perth campus has the following facilities and services available to students:

  • On-site library access
  • Computer and internet access
  • Remote labs
  • Student support staff
  • Toilets
  • Bicycle racks


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