JCU Winter School for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
Where: At James Cook University
Room JCU Indigenous Education and Research Centre, Building 301 - School of Creative Arts Visual Media, Townsville Campus
Discover university life and gain skills for success
Want to know what it's like to be a uni student? Then our residential Winter School program for high school students may be the program for you.
The JCU Winter School for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students offers students in Year 10, 11 and 12 the chance to experience university life during the school holidays from 30th June--5 July 2019 inclusive.
Over five days, students will live on campus and take part in academic lectures and team-building activities in an interactive program that provides opportunities to meet University staff and students and form bonds with other students in the program.
On-campus accommodation allows for a complete university experience. Accommodation is in the residential colleges on campus and catering is provided for all participants while students are on campus. JCU will cover the cost of return travel, including flights, bus or train, for students outside of the Townsville region.
Enquiries from students, parents and teachers are welcome.
Applications for the July 2019 program will open Monday 25th March 2019 and close 5pm Wednesday 15th May 2019. Applications will be made available on our website.
Bookings and registration are essential. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
All students will be advised of the results of their application by 24th May 2019.
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