James Cook University, Singapore Campus
James Cook University, Singapore Campus

James Cook University, Singapore Campus


Graduate Certificate of Diabetes Studies


Diet Therapy, Healthcare Assistant Training
Master's Degree Program
Qualification Awarded
Graduate Certificate of Diabetes Studies
Awarding Institution
James Cook University
Recognition of Qualification
Committee for Private Education (CPE) and Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA)
Course Duration
8 months
Class Location
  • James Cook University, Singapore Campus

Course Syllabus

Major Subjects
Course Structure
Four study periods of six weeks each

Course Delivery
Online with a three-day residential component in Singapore

Study Program
Students are required to complete four core subjects (12 credit points)
-Foundations of Clinical Diabetes
-Health Education and Self-Management
-Applied Clinical Diabetes Education
-Diabetes Studies Capstone

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements
1. Completion of an AQF Level 7 health-related Bachelor degree or a Bachelor degree in Nursing or other relevant clinically-based health or allied health qualifications from another country (or qualifications recognised by the Division as equivalent), and
2. At least 12 months experience working in their chosen field since undergraduate course completion

English Requirements
1. Applicants of non-English speaking backgrounds must meet the English language proficiency requirements of IELTS 7.0 (with 7.0 in three components and 6.5 in one component) or TOEFL (Internet based) 94 (no component less than 23) or Pearson (PTE Academic) 65 (no component less than 58)

Course Fees

< RM40000 (estimated total amount of the tuition and miscellaneous fees for the entire program)
Tuition Fee
S$13,056 (International) / S$12,584 (Domestic)

The fee listed above is only for reference. For the actual information of the tuition fees, please click here to inquire.

Course Inquiry

In-Country Representative Malaysia: Eddie Siew
Contact: +6017 270 6709
Email: eddie.siew@jcu.edu.au

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