19Macquarie University Uncovered

Learn more about a leading university in Australia

CHUNG Kuoyching, Study Abroad Counselor


Australia offers highly competitive and internationally recognized education qualifications, provided by world-class institutions. One of the country’s leading places of study is Macquarie University, ranked among the top 1% of universities worldwide and located just a 15-minute drive from the iconic Sydney Opera House.


Macquarie is well known for its wide range of internationally recognized majors and state-of-the-art facilities, in a modern campus environment. Even students of science subjects, requiring the latest in hi-tech research equipment and resources to compete in today’s fourth industrial revolution, will not be disappointed. The university has recently transformed its curriculum offering and scholarship opportunities so students will be able to learn more in a shorter period of time.

For those looking to develop their entrepreneurial talents, the university’s unique Incubator program, designed to educate, engage, motivate and provide tools to budding young students, creates a platform for like-minded individuals to come together and share their expertise.


While academic study is of paramount importance, Macquarie recognizes the importance of high-quality student services to support its young population, with student well-being becoming an increasing priority at top class universities. Targeted support and counselling services, and approachable, friendly and trained academic staff, are ready to provide advice and react to students’ concerns.

On-campus accommodation is both modern and comfortable, with an easily accessible library and well-equipped gym, and there is a huge shopping mall nearby as well as quick and easy access to the city’s extensive metro network.

To get the latest information on applying to study at Macquarie University, visit your nearest Study Abroad office at any ACE campus. Counselling is free of charge and our friendly team will be happy to answer your questions.


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