James Cook University
James Cook University was officially established as James Cook University in 1970. It was named after the famous 18th-century British navigator and explorer, Captain James Cook, the first navigator and explorer to chart the east coast of Australia. James Cook University is one of the Australian research universities, the second oldest university in Queensland, and a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
The main campus is located in Townsville and Cairns, northern Queensland, and a affiliated international campus was established in Singapore in April 2003. In May 2016, the Australian government and the Singapore government reached a comprehensive strategic partnership agreement, JCU Singapore campus officially became one of the local university in Singapore.
2+2/3+1 Bachelor Degree Program
2/3 years in BHI and 1/2 years in JCU for bachelor degree
4+1 Master Degree Program
4 years in BHI for bachelor degree and 1 year in JCU for master degree
Bachelor Degree Program: IELTS 6.0, average score 60+
Master Degree Program: IELTS 6.5, average score 60+
Bachelor Degree Program: 220,000-300,000 RMB
Master Degree Program: 190,000-250,000 RMB