Located in Queensland, Australia, James Cook University (JCU) is a public, tropical research university that was established in the year 1961. The university is named after James Cook, who was an English explorer and navigator and his voyages have significantly contributed to science. It is one of the oldest universities in Australia and the second oldest in the state of Queensland.
The university offers undergraduate and graduate courses in a wide range of courses, like business, social sciences, education, health and medicine, science, creative arts, engineering and law. The courses can be completed on-campus as well as off-campus with the help of printed materials, online resources and other technologies. While the university is one of the top 4% of universities across the world, its education is negatively reviewed by majority of the past students.
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