Domestic demand up in Queensland

James Cook U is pleased indeed that domestic enrolments are up 37 per cent YTD

The “sharpest increase” is on-line, including the Tehan short-courses, designed for people to up-skill while they wait out the pandemic. JCU offers 13 undergraduate certificates in the programme.

The university also cites an “increased share” in QTAC applications from Cairns and Townsville.

CQU, the only other university teaching in those cities.

It also reports an overall increase in UG offers for term two via the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre, up 18 per cent, (CMM July 6)

Demand is also up at Uni Queensland is also up.

VC Peter Høj told staff yesterday that semester two offers to domestic undergraduates are up 18 per cent.