James Cook University Rankings

The ranking below for James Cook University is from the 2018 edition of The Good Universities Guide. Please visit James Cook University Rankings 2019 to view their latest ratings.

James Cook University has retained its five-star rating for Full-Time Employment in the 2018 edition of The Good Universities Guide. 74.9 per cent of undergraduates from James Cook University find full-time employment within four months of graduating, higher than the national average (69.5 per cent) and higher than Queensland metro universities UQ, (72.8 per cent), QUT, (71.1 per cent) and Griffith, (63.9 per cent). James Cook also retains its five-star rating for Learner Engagement.

Key insights:

New field of study analysis in The Good Universities Guide identifies key strengths at James Cook in pharmacy, dentistry, medicine and veterinary science.

Pharmacy students are more satisfied with key measures of student experience than at any other university.

Veterinary science students are more satisfied with Skills Development than at any other university and graduates and have the highest employment rates in the country.

Dentistry graduates from James Cook University are better employed than from any other university.

Five-star field of study highlights

James Cook University performed strongly across several fields of study, achieving five stars in five measures for agriculture and environmental studies, architecture and building, computing and information systems, medicine, and pharmacy. Their strongest measures were Student Support, Skills Development and Full-Time Employment, rating five stars five times across the fields of study.

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Find out more about how JCU's ratings compare to other universities, or head to the Good Education Group Bookshop to purchase a copy of the print guide. The full guide is also available as an e-book, plus a series of downloadable eGuides.

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