Overview

James Cook University is a Queensland, Government-owned institution that provides higher education to students. The university has approximately 21,000 students enrolled, including over 6,000 international students across its multi-campus university with the main sites in Townsville and Cairns. The university employs approximately 3,440 staff and has smaller campuses in Brisbane, Mackay, Mount Isa, Singapore and Thursday Island.

James Cook University offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses to students across the following study areas:

  • Business & IT
  • Creative Arts
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Health & Medicine
  • Arts & Social Sciences
  • Law
  • Psychology & Social Work
  • Science
  • Sustainability
  • Nursing
  • Veterinary Science

The university is also involved in research operating sixteen research centres and two institutes, including:

  • Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine
  • Centre for Disaster Studies
  • Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research
  • Economic Geology Research Centre
  • Language and Culture Research Centre

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