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  • Info Day

    Info Day

    Tuesday 6 January 2015, 9am – 4pm

    Join us for our Info Day on Tuesday 6 January 2015 and find out
    what it’s like to be a student at Macquarie.

  • 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.

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Scholarships

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

Three reasons to choose Engineering at Macquarie

There are many reasons you should choose Engineering at Macquarie. Here are just three of them. More

Careers in Telecommunications Engineering

Find out about your career options in the growing field of telecommunications engineering. 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

Why choose Macquarie?

Business at Macquarie

The way we see it, we’re here to help you choose a career, and to help you work towards it. We’re a flexible university, built around choice and achievement. More

Law at Macquarie

Senior Lecturer George Tomossy speaks about what is distinct about studying Law at Macquarie, and the various options and pathways available to students. More

FIRST Robotics Competition

As part of our responsibility to the local community, Macquarie University runs the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team for students in years 8-12. More