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Graduate Certificate of Travel Medicine

Advance your professional skills and develop specialist knowledge in travel medicine. Gain practical and technical experience in appraising travel risks, investigating and mitigating travel-related diseases, and promoting health education to travellers.


in Queensland for median graduate salary, $116,400* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Medicine


in Australia for learning resources* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Medicine


in Queensland for student support, teaching quality and overall experience* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Medicine


This course may require some on-campus attendance


  • Online: February, July



^total estimated tuition fee

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible


1 year part-time

Entry Requirements

AQF level 7 bachelor degree in a relevant Health discipline; or equivalent

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Real stories

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    Dr Faith Alele

    Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

    I had a beautiful experience at JCU. The support was extraordinary and beyond my expectations. Now when I have the opportunity to work in the public health sector I can do things much more differently compared to when I was working without the knowledge gained in my Public Health and Tropical Medicine degree.

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    Professor Peter Leggat

    AM, ADC, College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences

    More people than ever before are travelling globally and there are record numbers of Australians travelling abroad. The course in travel medicine brings a unique opportunity to develop a core skill set around travel and tropical medicine, with opportunities to explore other unique postgraduate subjects.