A Student Enrolment Advisor will be in touch to guide you through the process.
Why study alone when you can study with a friend?
Our James Cook University Online ‘study buddy’ initiative is designed at enhancing the overall student experience by encouraging students to study alongside a friend, keeping both students motivated and focused on their studies.
Two heads are better than one
Share knowledge and experience
Learn from one another
Explore new ideas
How does our ‘study buddy’ initiative work?
If you are currently studying with JCU Online, we’re providing the opportunity for you and a friend/colleague/family member to be rewarded your hard efforts.
By participating in our ‘study buddy’ program, you will be given a unique tracking link that will tell us when the person you referred has successfully enrolled in one of our online courses.
Be rewarded for participating
The moment your study buddy makes it past the census date of their first subject, both of you will be entitled to receive a pre-loaded $250 VISA card which may be spent on anything from study resources to personal purchases.*
*To receive your pre-loaded VISA cards, the referred friend must have successfully passed Census date, and paid fees.
Be rewarded for studying with a friend
Find out more
Already a student with JCU Online?
If you’re already a student at JCU Online, reach out to your Student Success Advisor for more information.
Interested in becoming a student?
If you are not already a student and you’d like to learn more about the JCU Online ‘study buddy’ initiative, feel free to complete the form below and get in contact with an Enrolment Advisor.
Want to apply or need help with a specific question?
Contact us or request a call-back to discuss:
Study Period Options
Online Study Model
Enrolment Advisors are available to chat via phone at the following times:
Monday and Tuesday: 8am - 6pm (AEST)
Wednesday and Thursday: 8am - 7pm (AEST)
Friday: 8am - 5pm (AEST)
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