• Early entry programs
  • Early entry programs

    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.

Accepting your offer

If you've just received your offer from Macquarie University, congratulations. Please follow the instructions you receive in your letter of offer. Here are the steps that you should follow to accept your offer and complete your enrolment. More

Arts student wins 3MT Competition

Faculty of Arts PhD candidate, Cheryl Ware, has been awarded the Macquarie University 3MT competition. Having successfully competed alongside Arts PhD candidates Cheryl went head-to-head with 11 other PhD candidates from across the University on Thursday 25th September. More

Faculty of Arts media and broadcasting facilities

The Media Hub, located at Y3A Building, is home to our media and broadcasting facilities. Housed in the former Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) building, our multi-million dollar media hub has state-of-the-art screen, dance, music and radio studios. More

Merit Scholars Program

Our Merit Scholars program provides high-achieving students exclusive opportunities to take part in activities such as professional workshops, social and networking events, academic mentoring and international development opportunities. More

Our vibrant campus

University isn't all about classrooms and exams, it's also about making new friends, enjoying new experiences and learning about diverse cultures. More

Bonus points

Academic advantage

Academic Advantage is Macquarie University's bonus point scheme that recognises HSC students' achievements in subjects that relate specifically to Macquarie's degree programs. More

Next Step Program

The Next Step Program is an alternative pathway for students who have not been able to enter into a degree through traditional methods (such as through UAC), or mature age students who never had the opportunity to continue on to tertiary education. More