• Entry schemes and pathways
  • Guaranteed Entry Program
  • Bonus points
  • Entry schemes and pathways

    Entry schemes and pathways

    Most university entrance schemes look at your academic achievements alone, but Macquarie knows you are more than your ATAR.

  • Guaranteed Entry Program

    Guaranteed Entry Program

    Get a head start with Macquarie's Guaranteed Entry Program. If you've listed Macquarie as a preference and you meet the published ATAR, then you don't need to do anything else!

  • Bonus points

    Bonus points

    Macquarie has four programs that offer students bonus points towards degree entry.


We offer a range of scholarships for future and current undergraduate students, awarding over $2 million in scholarships a year. More

Why study philosophy?

Philosophy graduates will have understanding of some central concepts, theories and arguments in a plurality of philosophical traditions and fields of inquiry. They will also have awareness of major historical figures in philosophy, and current issues at the frontiers of philosophical debate and research. More

Cate Blanchett: What can you do with an Arts degree?

"When someone asks 'what the hell can you do with an Arts degree?,' ask them 'what can the world do without one?'" Accepting her honorary doctorate from Macquarie University, actor Cate Blanchett addressed the graduands in the Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Human Sciences graduation ceremonies held 25th September. More

Early entry programs

Receive your offer before the UAC Main Round via UAC's Schools Recommendation Scheme and Macquarie's special entry schemes, such as our Global Leadership Entry Program. More

Career opportunities in anthropology

Anthropology graduates work in an increasingly diverse range of areas including government, non-government and multilateral aid agencies, and in the corporate world, for example in market research and consumer behaviour studies. More

'Unconventional' degree leads to 15-year advertising adventure

For Malaysian-born Macquarie graduate Sharon Wong, her decision to pursue her passion and study a Bachelor of Arts paid off with a career that has brought her great joy and success. More

Jonathan Yeo

Jonathan Yeo's exposure to Macquarie University first came about during his time as a local school student, when he would come to the University for excursions and to use the library facilities for study. More