JCU Summer School for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Students
Where: JCU Townsville, Bebegu Yumba campus, Douglas
The 2023 Summer School will run from Monday 27th November to Friday 1st December
Are You in Year 12 and Planning to Study in 2024?
Then our intensive preparatory program is open to you! This is the perfect opportunity for you to build basic knowledge and skills to commence university studies next year!
The JCU Summer School for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
The Summer School conducts pre-programs for prospective Indigenous school leavers who are seeking to gain entry into JCU in 2024. It is run over a five-day period during the school holidays and is taught by the Indigenous Education and Research Centre (IERC). The focus is to build capabilities in Math, English, Chemistry and tertiary study skills. IERC staff run the program and supervise academic and recreational activities, with the help of Indigenous Student Ambassadors at JCU. The students will live on campus and take part in academic lectures and team-building activities. This interaction provides opportunities to meet University staff and students and form bonds with other students in the program.
Return Travel and Accommodation
JCU covers all costs associated with the program, including travel to and from Townsville, accommodation and catering costs for participants. Successful applicants travelling from outside the Townsville region have the option to stay at the Saints Residential College on campus and will be fully supervised at all times. On-campus accommodation allows for a complete university experience!
Check out the Summer School page for more information