James Cook University (Townsville, Australia)http://www.jcu.edu.au/
Ranked in the top 2% of world universities (ARWU 2019), Australia's James Cook University provides students with hands-on learning experiences in locations unlike any other. Based in the northern Queensland region of Australia, the JCU Townsville and JCU Cairns campuses are in close proximity to the rainforests of the Wet Tropics, dry Savannah's of the Australian Outback and the Great Barrier Reef.
JCU’s strengths lie in quality teaching and practical training for the workforce. Small class sizes ensure students receive personal attention from lecturers and tutors committed to student success.
At JCU, students are encouraged to experience opportunities outside the lecture theatre - under the sea, in local clinics, industry, and businesses, overseas, and in the rainforest and outback.
Top 2% of world universities (ARWU 2019)
Top 40 of Modern Universities (Times Higher Education Best Young Universities in the World 2019)
No. 1 in the world for Marine and Freshwater Biology (CWUR 2017)
No. 2 in the world for biodiversity conservation (CWUR 2017)
CRICOS Provider Code: 00117J
Study Abroad with James Cook University
JCU Cairns is located near the spectacular northern beaches, in the suburb of Smithfield, approximately 15 kilometres, or 9 miles, north of the city centre. Surrounded on ...
JCU Townsville, located in the suburb of Douglas, only 13 kilometres, or 8 miles from the city centre, is surrounded by native Australian flora and fauna and is set on 386...
Semester in Tropical North Queensland has it all: world-class academics, breathtaking scenery, vibrant city life, a beautiful oceanfront, and plenty of great cuisine and e...
For students seeking an out-of-the-ordinary study abroad experience, look no further than James Cook University. JCU is situated amongst the Northern Queensland rainforest...
James Cook University (JCU) combines excellence in teaching and research in a unique tropical setting. JCU is one of the premier universities in Queensland, and is Austral...
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