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- Arts and Social Sciences
- Environmental Management
- Health Studies
- Information Technology
- Marine Science
- Nursing and Midwifery
- Occupational Therapy
- Public Health and Tropical Medicine
- Social Work
- Speech Pathology
- Sport and Exercise Science
- Tourism, Hospitality and Events
- Veterinary and Animal Science
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- QTAC Packaged Offers
- International Students
Exceptional employment outcomes
Independently rated five stars for full-time employment^, JCU Education produces skilled, highly-sought after graduates.
Teach in Australia and around the globe. JCU students gain the skills and knowledge necessary to take their careers overseas.
Unique placement opportunities
Be equipped with the skills to make an impact. Study and work in rural and remote communities, capital cities and experience overseas placements.
Graduate with confidence
JCU Education emphasises holistic thinking producing graduates who value social and environmental sustainability goals and are equipped to teach future generations.
Teaching is one of the most satisfying and rewarding careers. James Cook University (JCU) offers world-class teacher education programs and exciting opportunities for ongoing professional learning.
Our staff and programs are committed to preparing graduates to teach in the tropics and beyond, with a focus on Rural and Remote, Sustainability and Indigenous Education.
Education at JCU offers world-class teacher education and has forged dynamic partnerships with schools throughout North and Far North Queensland.
Whether you are a school leaver or are looking to change your career, at JCU there is a pathway to becoming a teacher.
Meet our Education graduates
Daniel Spero, secondary school teacher
“It’s really good that there are people in JCU that are from the education industry, they’re from different cultural backgrounds, they’re from different disciplines, and they can give you a wide range of opinions and information which can help you in your studies and in your teaching career.”