General News

Study Cairns responds to Novel Coronavirus outbreak

02nd June 2020

Study Cairns is in constant contact with Study Queensland, which is working hard for the International Education sector in co-operation with the International Education Global Reputation Taskforce. The Education Minister Dan Tehan and Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham acknowledge the significant impact that Novel coronavirus has on our sector. Janine Bowmaker, Study Cairns President, says […]

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Damian ‘Wildman’ Duffy visits the Student Hub

01st January 1970

Damian ‘Wildman’ Duffy is an Aussie adventurer, wildlife warrior and photographer on a self-styled adventure showcasing Australia’s wild and weird landscape and its inhabitants to an ever-expanding audience.  He will be holding an engaging presentation at the Cairns Student Hub on Tuesday 15 October at 3.30pm – registration is essential! Join us for an exciting […]

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Living & Studying in Cairns with CQUniversity

01st January 1970

CQUniversity Australia has one of the largest and fastest-growing footprints of any university in Australia. As well as a campus in Cairns CBD, CQUniversity has campuses in all major cities including Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth and an extensive network of regional campuses across Australia. With over 35,000 students, 20+ locations and 300+ TAFE and […]

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Take Me to Cairns competition winner enjoys studying in Cairns!

08th May 2019

Student Ambassador Sayuri Okuda has spent the last month exploring Cairns as the winner of the Take Me to Cairns Competition. Sayuri won a study trip to Cairns valued at over $8,000 in the competition for Japanese-based students. Sayuri has been in Cairns since late June and she has made the most of her visit […]

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Volunteers wanted for Gt. Barrier Reef research project

01st January 1970

James Cook University scientists are recruiting people to train to log sightings of misplaced sea creatures after receiving new funding. JCU’s Associate Professor Jan Strugnell runs the Queensland arm of the Range Extension Database and Mapping project (REDMAP). “What it aims to do is reach as many citizen scientists as possible and engage them in […]

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Self care: Emotional Intelligence

06th March 2019

It is the ability to understand, manage, and control your own emotions.

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Do you want to volunteer?

The Student Hub welcomes students who want to help by volunteering their time and skills to assist other students. We’re also developing an exciting Internship Program and are happy to assist with finding an internship or volunteer position for you.


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