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JCU Singapore was established in 2003 as JCU's first international campus, bringing programs direct from Australia and resident senior academic staff from JCU to ensure academic quality, students studying at JCU Singapore can be assured of the same enriching university education as our students in Queensland Australia.
JCU Singapore has achieved the highest level of accreditation from the Singapore Government, the EduTrust Star.
Singapore is a distinctive place. With a total land area of just 646 square kilometres, it is a compact country brimming with the vibrancy of over 4 million people.
In this country you will find a diverse population of Chinese, Malay, Indian and other ethnic groups, covering a wide spectrum of religions, cultures, and languages, living harmoniously together. The synergistic mix of ethnic groups offers international students a wide spectrum of choices for living and playing in Singapore.
Singapore's safety, low crime rates, and high standards of living are well renowned, offering international students an ideal environment for study. When it's time to put away the books, myriad sports, entertainment, and other fascinating sights and sounds are available to relax your mind and fill your senses.
Singapore has a warm and humid climate all year-round, with temperatures ranging from 23 to 33 degrees centigrade. Sunshine is the norm, with occasional rain, especially during the year-end periods.