Macquarie University received 5 QS Stars

Studying in Sydney

Sydney offers a great lifestyle and high level of safety, making it the number one choice for many international students.

A 5-star institution

Macquarie's rating of 5 QS Stars places it alongside some of the world's most renowned institutions. It is one in a series of excellent international rankings we have achieved.

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Our reputation and rankings

Macquarie's degrees, staff and facilities are of outstanding quality. But don't take our word for it – take a look at our international rankings and awards. More

More to medicine than being a doctor

“I could become one if I wanted to be in the future, but my current goal is to understand the human brain down to the neuron. Ultimately I want to work towards creating cures for diseases such as cancer.” More

Problem Solving

FIRST competitors understand solving complex problems in high intensity competition and lab development environments. More

Why choose Macquarie?

Macquarie is not your traditional university. Named the 9th most international university in the world, we offer internationally respected degrees that are focused on the practical, real-world skills employers are after. More

Prestigious fellowship an Australian first

Associate Professsor Kenneth Sheedy has been invited to take up a prestigious “double” fellowship in Oxford from July this year, making him the first Australian to be offered the fellowship since the beginning of the scheme in 1977. More

Fiji Field School

The Department of Anthropology at Macquarie University will be launching its new PACE unit, ANTH225, in 2015. This unit will allow students to do their PACE requirement through community based research with collaborators at the University of the South Pacific. Applications will open September 2014. More

Fiji Field School: Anthropology PACE unit

The Department of Anthropology at Macquarie University will be launching its new PACE unit, ANTH225, in 2015. This unit will allow students to do their PACE requirement through community based research with collaborators at the University of the South Pacific. Applications will open September 2014.

For more info and updates, visit the Department of Anthropology.