"I began my journey at ECU by enrolling for a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology). After completing Honours, I am now studying for a Master of Psychology. With my Bachelor degree, I double-majored in psychology and criminology, two subjects that I always found fascinating. As part of my studies, I was lucky enough to attend prison visits and sit in on criminal trials. During my Masters, I undertook placements at ECU Psychological Services and external placements in hospitals. These placements have provided me with the necessary skills and knowledge for my future career in working independently and in multidisciplinary team environments. I have found ECU lecturers to be encouraging and supportive and the university has a friendly atmosphere and promotes multicultural values, things I consider very important."
At English-speaking Canadian universities, both master's and . theses may be presented in English or in the language of the subject ( German for German literature , for example), but if this is the case an extensive abstract must be also presented in English. In exceptional circumstances, a thesis may be presented in French. [ citation needed ] The exception to this rule is McGill University, where all work can be submitted in either English or French, unless the purpose of the course of study is acquisition of a language.