Macquarie University International College
The Macquarie University International College is a pathway college for international and domestic students. Developed specifically to meet Macquarie University entry requirements, our programs help students transition to undergraduate studies by providing an alternate pathway to many of the University's Bachelor degrees.
Following Macquarie University's longstanding tradition of pioneering innovative academic processes and methods, the College operates across a seven-term academic year, with each term being seven weeks in duration. Our programs include an Intensive Program (2 terms), a Standard Foundation Program (4 terms) and a selection of Diploma Programs (4 terms). Student focus on two units (subjects) in each term of study.
College students have access to the full suite of student services, support and facilities offered by the University, including access to Campus Wellbeing, Sport & Aquatic Centre facilities, the state-of-the-art library, student groups and the University's museum and gallery collections.
Our courses are designed to ensure that students optimize their academic learning, maximize their opportunities for success, and seamlessly transition to their chosen undergraduate degree. Our role is to nurture generations of students, helping to develop their academic and English language skills, offering them the opportunity to undertake tertiary level education and forge a successful career.
Important dates for students to keep track of for their studies and to make the most of events across the university.
Rules, Policies & Procedures
The Macquarie University Handbook is the official source of information about Macquarie University's programs. It is important that students are familiar with the rules, policies and procedures relevant to their studies
It is recommended students read these prior to commencing their program.
- Student Code of Conduct
- Academic Honest Policy - Policy / Procedure / Schedule of Penalties
- Assessment Policy - Policy / Procedure / Guideline
- Attendance Policy - Policy / Procedure
- Grading Policy - Policy
- Grade Appeal Policy - Policy / Procedure
- Grievance Management Policy - Policy
- Disruption to Studies Policy - Policy / Procedure / Outcomes Schedule / Supporting Evidence Schedule
- General Coursework Rule
- Progression Policy - Policy / Procedure
- Rules and Policies - access to all of the universities rules and policies
Whether it's understanding how your learning experience is managed and supported that you need, or you just want to know what's going on around the university, there's always information available at your fingertips.
The student section of the website provides access to important links, support, activities and events for students to explore.
MUSE is the place that students can go to study, whether alone or in groups. It's also home to Student Connect which is your first point of contact for enquiries about your studies and life at Macquarie as well as any advice you may need.
General program advice can be provided by the College Student Administration and Services Team or Student Connect. Academic advice is specific advice to students about their current studies and learning.
Students can book a time to discuss their issues and ask questions about their study.
Academic advice about the Foundation programs: email@example.com
Academic advice about the Diploma programs: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thinking about studying at the Macquarie University International College?
Our Pathway College - information about the Macquarie University International College for international students, including a brochure to download.
Local students will also find key information in the Our Pathways College section and in the brochure. Currently the College accepts applications from local (domestic) students for the foundation programs on a full-fee paying basis. Local students may also apply for the Diploma program on both a full fee paying basis and as a Commonwealth Supported Student. For more information on fees please visit our fees and costs page or the course information page.
Domestic students may apply online.
Course Finder - provides details about the Foundation and Diploma programs and the units offered by the College, as well as requirements for articulation into undergraduate degree programs.
If you have any questions please complete our enquiry form