JCU Singapore is a branch campus of James Cook University in Australia, offering programs brought directly from Australia and guaranteeing students the same quality and enriching university education as found on their main campus.
JCU Singapore’s newly renovated university campus has comprehensive modern university facilities including tutorial rooms, library, lecture theatre, computer labs, student lounge, sports facilities and cafeteria. The campus has large grounds with plenty of greenery and is located in a suburb north of the central business district (CBD).
JCU Singapore concentrates on specific areas of study in the following fields:
- Business - International Business, Tourism/Hotel Management, Marketing, Management, Entrepreneurship
- Information Technology - Computing and Networking, Interactive Technologies, and Games Design
All classes are instructed in English. Language instruction in Chinese and Bahasa Melayu (Malay) may be arranged outside of the university through local language centers.
Singapore is both a country and a city with 4.5 million people and four official languages: Malay, Mandarin, Tamil, and English. Malay is the national language, and English is the language of business. The standard of living in Singapore is among the highest in Asia, with state-of-the-art facilities for education, shopping, sports, and recreation. It has a diverse population of Chinese, Malay, Indian, Eurasian, and other ethnic groups. The country is well known for its clean and green social campaigns and how friendly the locals are to visitors.
Studying abroad at James Cook University in Singapore is available as a semester/trimester abroad program in the Fall, Spring, or Summer terms or students can choose to participate in two consecutive terms.
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