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Entry schemes and pathways

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

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

What is a business analyst?

Business information systems professionals or business analysts coordinate the design of new information systems to improve business efficiency, effectiveness and in turn an organisation's competitive advantage. More

Liz Lenert

 While studying a Bachelor of Commerce, Liz completed an internship with TomTom, where she provided support across a range of projects from internal to consumer communications. 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 study European languages and cultures?

You may think learning a European language in Australia is becoming a thing of the past but think again: with a population of more than half a billion people, Europe has an immense impact on a global scale. Check out the career opportunities in studying European languages and cultures. More

Daily grind shapes coral death

A new study by Macquarie researchers raises important implications for policymakers to not ignore day-to-day reef death in environmental planning. More

Bachelor of Commerce

Learn about the Bachelor of Commerce - Marketing major from Leanne Carter, a lecturer in the Department of Marketing and Management. More

Bachelor of Commerce - Marketing

Learn about the Bachelor of Commerce - Marketing major from Leanne Carter, a lecturer in the Department of Marketing and Management.

Find out more about the Bachelor of Commerce.

For more information visit the Faculty of Business and Economics website.