The first week of each semester is "Student Orientation Week" and further details of this and the activities available will be released to students after confirmed course enrolment.

Orientation programs include information on EIT policies and expectations, the operation of the learning infrastructure, welcomes the students to the course and responds to any questions the students might have.

EIT also hold regular open days at our East Perth campus for prospective students to visit the campus and meet our student support staff, lecturers and student ambassadors, and ask any questions you may have. Details of these open days will be published on our website and our social media platforms. You can join our Facebook pages to keep up-to-date with all events happening at EIT.

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  • Top Free Tourist Attractions in Perth

    May 21, 2018 | 07:36 am

    Top Free Tourist Attractions in Perth Perth is home to many natural attractions, including bush walks, beaches and waterfalls. Here are some of the top places you can visit for free.Kings Park and Botanic Garden Source: Lonely PlanetThis is one of the largest inner city parks in the world, boasting a total area of 400.6 hectares. The landscape is made up of a combination of cultivated gardens and natural bushland, featuring 319 species of native plants and approximately 80 bird species. There are a number of attractions[…]

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  • Fremantle’s Engineering Marvels

    May 18, 2018 | 02:58 am

    Fremantle’s Engineering Marvels The port city of Fremantle is located approximately 25 minutes from Perth’s CBD and has played a large part in Western Australia’s history. In 1829, Captain Charles Fremantle claimed the West Coast of Australia under the British Crown. That same year, the first British settlers arrived on the shores of the Swan River and began to establish a colony, led by Governor James Stirling.The Swan River Colony was unique, because it was built by free-settlers — civilians and military —[…]

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  • Exploring the Eastern Railroad in Perth’s Hills

    May 11, 2018 | 00:13 am

    Exploring the Eastern Railroad in Perth’s Hills The Railway Reserves Heritage Trail follows part of the Eastern Railway Deviation from Bellevue to Wooroloo in the Perth Hills. It’s unique in that the trail is a 41 kilometre loop built entirely on railway formations — however there are multiple entry points, so it’s possible to complete smaller sections. The trail passes through quaint communities including Darlington, Parkerville and Mundaring, as wells as the John Forest National Park. There’s also the opportunity to watch waterfalls and visit points of natural[…]

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