There's a place for you at JCU.
Get your offer early so you can finish Year 12 with confidence. It's one less thing you have to worry about.
Guaranteed entry to the majority of courses based on your ATAR results only. Subject prerequisites may not count. Automatically applied.
You could be eligible to receive ATAR adjustments based on where you live in Queensland or what subjects you successfully completed at school.
Wherever you are on your journey of discovery, we're committed to you having a student experience that is life-changing. You can develop professional skills during field trips in the most fascinating places on Earth, gain experience during clinical placements in rural and remote communities, or build networks with the titans of industry during work-integrated learning.
Don't just leave with a degree, finish with stories.
Want to know what it's like to study at uni?
Need some help with subject selection or applications? Confused about how QTAC works? What happens if you don’t get the ATAR you need? Want to learn how to deal with stress, failure and disappointment?
Parents, Students and Teachers, connect with JCU to have all your questions answered.
Who doesn’t love free money? Some scholarships are worth up to $25,000 and your university experience will be easier and more affordable with a scholarship! Start researching now on which ones you might be eligible to apply for when the time comes.
As a JCU student, you could be like Mason and travel to rural areas for your placement allowing you to gain experience and industry-desired qualifications, which make JCU students more employable at the end of their course.
Starting at university is an exciting, but challenging time for students and their families. However, there is a lot parents can do to make this transition period easier for yourself and your child.
Going to uni isn't just about assignments and exams. At JCU we want your whole university experience to be a happy and healthy one. Student Support Officers are here to help all first students achieve their educational goals and to succeed at university.