JCU Singapore's library provides a professional and engaging library service to all students in their pursuit of lifelong learning and discovery. For further information, click here.
Our highly qualified academic and committed support staff work together to nurture and develop students as the next generation of leaders and professionals.
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- Diploma of Higher Education (Business & IT)
- Diploma of Higher Education (Psychological Science)
We utilise the latest in technology to support the teaching practices and beliefs. All students benefit from using LearnJCU, an online academic suite that provides access to teaching materials, communication with the lecturers, information about assessment and much more.
We recognise that some students coming to the campus may be seeking additional study support and provide the following services:
- Workshops and individual consultations to help students improve their organisational skills, writing skills, reading and note taking, studying for exams, oral presentations, referencing and English grammar.
- Courses and programs to assist with the transition to tertiary study
- Individual and group support for International students and students from non-English speaking backgrounds.
James Cook University’s reputation for excellence in research is worldwide. This reputation continues to build at JCU Singapore as we attract high-quality academic staff to conduct innovative research projects. Their Mission is to pursue first rate research of international excellence and widely publish the results of their research.
We commit ourselves to research of excellence and high impact, particularly on issues of critical importance to the world’s tropics and high volume tourism areas, such as Asia.
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The Student Activities Centre complements the academic student life, nurturing and supporting student life through life-enhancing workshops and club meetings, providing an outlet to relax with friends or play some sport. Campus life is not just about studying but meeting others and having fun.
Students with a strong desire to serve others should consider joining the Student Council, which works to ensure that students' interests are always well represented and it’s a great way to gain experience in civic responsibility.
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We offer psychological assistance to JCU students as well as the public. Children, adolescents, adults and families are assisted at the JCU Singapore Psychology Clinic.
We deal with a wide range of problems which may be causing personal distress and/ or adversely affecting relationships and performance at home, school or work.
Confidential psychological assessment and/ or psychotherapy is offered in a private and comfortable environment, at minimal cost, for a wide range of emotional, behavioural and cognitive challenges. These include:
- Developmental, intellectual and cognitive functioning
- Learning difficulties which impact on academic performance
- Attention, concentration and activity regulation difficulties
- Relationship difficulties
- Grief and loss
- Stress and life crises and adjustment difficulties
- Anxiety, phobias and panic attacks
- Bullying, disruptive or oppositional behavior
- Eating Disorders
- Emotional, physical and sexual abuse
- Memory and aging related concerns
The Clinical Team
Psychological services are provided by JCU Singapore students who are completing post-graduate practical training at the JCU Singapore Psychology Clinic to qualify as Clinical Psychologists. These intern clinical psychologists work under the direction of the Clinic Manager and are supervised by qualified Clinical Psychologists. The clinical team has significant experience gathered in local and international universities, hospitals, health agencies, private practice and corporate settings.
Services offered by the clinic are conducted in accordance with the professional and ethical codes of practice of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the Singapore Psychological society (SPS).
Please call the clinic or email to make an appointment to discuss your needs or concerns in strictest confidence. There is no need to obtain a referral from a professional or an agency. However, you can also ask the professional or agency with whom you have had dealings, i.e. teacher, doctor, social worker, etc. to refer you to the clinic where necessary.
Medical Practitioners, Psychologists, Social Workers, Allied Health and Education Professionals may make referrals by emailing or calling the clinic directly after discussion with their clients.
A modest fee of SGD $25 - $40 is chargeable regardless of the type of assessment or therapy. Please contact us to inquire if you qualify for our fee waiver.
Please contact us by calling +65 6709 3762 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Our physical location and address is:
JCU Singapore Psychology Clinic
149 Sims Drive
Our opening hours are:
9am – 6pm (Mondays – Fridays)