AHEGS Recognised Co-curricular activities

AHEGS Recognised Co-curricular activities

Be recognised for your valuable contribution while studying at Macquarie

Since 2010, Macquarie University has issued its graduates with an Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS) to distinguish them as local and global citizens. In April 2018 the AHEGS was enhanced to include Additional Achievements under Section 4. Additional Achievements are a formal recognition of student’s contribution and involvement in a range of approved co-curricular activities, that contribute to the development of graduates’ skills and capabilities and relate to their award. These activities are assessed by the established AHEGS Steering Committee. A list of the approved co-curricular activities is provided below:

Recognised co-curricular programs

Blue Award - Sport and Recreation

Role descriptionAwarded for outstanding sporting achievement. The award exemplifies the extraordinary level of sporting brilliance and contribution to Macquarie University and is an honour that becomes the highlight of many sporting careers.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Students must be in at least their second of year at Macquarie University, be maintaining a GPA of 2.0 or more on a 4-point scale or 4.0 or more on a 7-point scale
  • be competing in sport at an elite level and meet the sport achievement criteria  meet the ethical guidelines of the University demonstrate a contribution to the University
Skills required or developed

1. Selected to represent Australia (individual event(s) or national team) at any of the below
significant international events;

  • Olympic or Paralympic Games
  • World Championship
  • Commonwealth Games
  • Test or World Cup events
  • World University Games;
    OR

2. Compete as an elite amateur, semi-professional or professional athlete in national or Trans-Tasman competitions or championships ie. AFL, Rugby Union, Rugby League, Netball etc.
OR
3. Compete as a professional in international tour competitions ie. golf, tennis, cycling, surfing,
athletics, snow sports;
OR
4. Achieved a top three placing at other international event (not a significant event listed above);
OR
5. Achieve status of Internationally ranked (top 3) athlete in individual event.

Contact detailsFor further information please email sportsscholars@mqu.edu.au

Global Leadership Program (GLP) - Undergraduate

Role descriptionGLP graduates will be better equipped to work in multicultural environments both in Australia and abroad; to work towards and assume leadership positions in their career; and to understand diverse global issues affecting the world today. They have demonstrated ambition, initiative and exemplary time management in completing the program requirements.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Attendance at ten Colloquia sessions, including three core Colloquia
  • Completion of 200 approved Experiential Credit Points
  • The opportunity to attend a range of exclusive on-campus keynote speakers events including the Innovative Leaders Series, as well as GLP events and cultural tours
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities (Global citizens)
  • Personal Capabilities (Leadership)
  • Cognitive capabilities (problem solving)
  • Additional Course Details (workplace learning, graduate employability skills)
Contact details

Anneke Rowe Courtemanche
Global Leadership Program Manager
T: +61 2 9850 7396
E: anneke.rowe@mq.edu.au

MQ Experience > Global Leadership

Log in to your GLP portal

Global Leadership Program (GLP) - Postgraduate

Role descriptionGLP graduates will be better equipped to work in multicultural environments both in Australia and abroad; to work towards and assume leadership positions in their career; and to understand diverse global issues affecting the world today. They have demonstrated ambition, initiative and exemplary time management in completing the program requirements.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Attendance at six Think Tank workshops
  • Complete a GLP approved Practicum
  • Have the opportunity to attend a range of exclusive on-campus keynote speakers events including the Innovative Leaders Series, as well GLP events and cultural tours
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities (Global citizens)
  • Personal Capabilities (Leadership)
  • Cognitive capabilities (problem solving)
  • Additional Course Details (workplace learning, graduate employability skills)
Contact details

Anneke Rowe Courtemanche
Global Leadership Program Manager
T: +61 2 9850 7396
E: anneke.rowe@mq.edu.au

MQ Experience > Global Leadership

Log in to your GLP portal

Half Blue Award - Sport and Recreation

Role descriptionAwarded for outstanding achievement in sport.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Students must be in at least their second of year at Macquarie University, be maintaining a GPA of 2.0 or more on a 4-point scale or 4.0 or more on a 7-point scale
  • be competing in sport at an elite level and meet the sport achievement criteria
  • Meet the ethical guidelines of the University
Skills required or developed1. Selected to represent Australia (individual event(s) or national team) at other international event (ie. not a significant event as per Full Blue criteria);
OR
2. Selected to represent Australia (individual event(s) or national team) in junior competition at significant international events, World Championships, World Cups, World Youth Olympics or
Trans-Tasman event;
OR
3. Compete as an elite amateur, semi-professional or professional athlete in national or Trans-Tasman junior competitions or championships (ie. NRL Toyota Cup, AFL Under 18 Championships, Under 19, 20 or 23 national competitions or events);
OR
4. Selected as Green and Gold recipient (individual event(s) or team) at an Australian University Games – a minimum of two (2) selections;
OR
5. Achieve status of Nationally ranked (top 3) open athlete in individual event;
OR
6.  Win Sport Clubs 1st Grade Competition/ League Best and Fairest/ Most Valuable Player Award.
Contact detailsFor further information please email sportsscholars@mqu.edu.au

Member of Editorial Team - Student Publication

Role descriptionAs a member of the editorial team for Grapeshot, Macquarie's Student Publication, your responsibilities are sourcing editorial content for the publication and delegate duties to other team members. The aim of the editorial team is to ensure that the range of content is fair and accurately represents the diverse student population and varied interests of the student population.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Hold a position on the Editorial, Marketing or Creative team for at least 12 months, and
  • Contribute to at least 8 issues/editions
Skills required or developed
  • Cognitive capabilities (research capability, creative and innovative)
Contact details

Melroy Rodrigues
Campus Engagement Development Officer
T: +61 2 9850 7613
E: melroy.rodrigues@mq.edu.au
W: www.grapeshotmq.com.au

Member of Student Representative Committee

Role description The SRC consists of representatives that are student elected and appointed from right across campus. Whatever faculty you're from, type of student you are, degree you study, or background you have, the SRC is designed to ensure that your voice is heard! To learn more about SRC elections, visit our connect with us page.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Membership for over 12 months
  • Membership in and participation with a subcommittee
  • Engagement at meetings (participation in discussions, submission of agenda items)
  • Engagement with SRC activities (eg. being on the SRC's O-Week stall, participating in forums with student groups, etc.)
Skills required or developed
  • Leadership
  • Advocacy for students
  • Internal and External
  • Networking
  • Project Management
  • Writing Grant proposals
  • How to be an effective Board member
Contact details

Manager, Campus Engagement :  Student Representative > Get Involved

Mentor Team Leader - University Peer Mentoring Program

Role descriptionA Mentor Team Leader encompasses a leadership role to primarily support, guide and monitor the face-to-face and online activity of a group of Mentors for the entire duration of the Mentor role.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Commit to the program for one full session
  • Attend and participate in the compulsory training
  • Rehearse and deliver formal presentations for official Macquarie University events including the allocated Faculty Welcome in Orientation Week
  • Conduct university campus tours and library tours
  • Attend Faculty Welcome rehearsal sessions with the Mentors team
  • Attend at least 2 Mentor-Mentee social events
  • Design and manage 1 Mentor - Mentee social event
  • Distribute emails to Mentors following professional online communication protocol
  • Track Mentor emails using online templates
  • Provide online feedback
  • Attend Mentor Recognition Night

Upon completion, students receive a certificate

Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities (Communication/ Engaged and Ethical Local citizens)
  • Personal Capabilities  (Leadership/Teamwork and Networking
Contact details

T: +61 2 9850 4386
E: mentors@mq.edu.au

Mentors

Mentor - University Peer Mentoring Program

Role description

As a Mentor of the University Peer Mentoring Program your role is to guide new students into the social, academic, geographical and administrative aspects of university life.

AHEGS qualification criteria

Student must have completed at least 1 session of full-time study at Macquarie University and be enrolled in at least one internal unit for the Session.

  • Attend, support and actively promote Mentor-Mentee events.
  • Commit to the program for one full session
  • Attend and participate in the compulsory training days and additional face-to-face and email communication
  • Attend the Faculty Welcome during Orientation
  • Complete 3 additional Orientation shifts including a library/ and or campus tour
  • Distribute emails to Mentees following professional online communication protocol
  • Provide online feedback
  • Attend Mentor Recognition Night

Upon completion, students receive a certificate

Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities (Communication)
  • Personal Capabilities (Leadership, Teamwork and Networking)
Contact details

T: +61 2 9850 4386
E: mentors@mq.edu.au

Mentors

Peer Leader - Scientific Sofware and IT

Role description Management and coordination of student led monthly meetings for peer-assisted development of scientific software and IT skills.
AHEGS qualification criteria

8 x 120 minutes of meetings plus 5 hrs preparation time per meeting (40hrs approx.)

Student leads must be in an approved higher degree research program (including BPhil, MRes or PhD)

Review by Department Head as to number of meetings held and quality of feedback from attendees surveyed.

Skills required or developed
  • Education and mentorship
  • Peer mentoring and tutoring
  • Graduate capability developed/employability skills developed.
  • Cognitive Capabilities
  • Discipline specific knowledge
  • Critical analytical and integrative thinking
  • Interpersonal and social capabilities
  • Effective communication
  • Interpersonal and communication
  • Socially and environmentally activity and responsible
  • Personal capabilities
  • Capable of professional and personal judgement and initiative
  • Commitment to continuous learning
  • Teamwork and networking
Contact details

Emma Hastings
Department Manager
Physics and Astronomy
E: emma.hastings@mq.edu.au

Peer Mentor Leader - First STEP Mentoring Program

Role descriptionA Peer Mentor Leader in the First STEP program helps you meet new people within your Faculty and get to know an Academic in a one-to-one situation. You’ll gain an understanding of resources on campus, practice networking and communication skills and generally learn what it takes to succeed.
AHEGS qualification criteria

The student must have:

  • Held the role for a minimum 12-month tenure
  • Attended at least one, 2-hour compulsory training workshop

Completed their Peer Mentor duties as prescribed in the First STEP Mentoring manual including:

  • Committing 1 hour per Session to reviewing relevant materials on iLearn
  • Committing 1.5 hours per Session to the Program Launch
  • Forwarding weekly communications around resource support through to mid-session break
  • Committing 5 hours per Session to organising student-to-Academic meetings
  • Committing 4 hours per Session to organising group meetings
  • Demonstrating a commitment to helping their peers
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or Social capabilities (Communication)
  • Personal capabilities (Leadership, Teamwork and Networking)
Contact detailsIf you have any questions about the program, please email firststep@mq.edu.au

President of a University Student Organisation

Role description

The role of a President of a University Student Organisation is to:

  • Possess a thorough knowledge of a club's constitution
  • Be well informed of a club's activities and be able to provide oversight
  • Ensure all necessary tasks for day to day running of the activities of the club are carried out
  • Is ultimately responsible for the functioning of the club
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Student must have held the role for a minimum 12-month consecutive tenure
  • Attended four (4) nominated development workshops
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities
  • Communication skills
  • Personal capabilities (Leadership)
Contact details

Contact Email: studentgroups@mq.edu.au

President of a University Student Organisation (MGSM)

Role description

The role of a President of a University Student Organisation at MSGM is to:

  • Lead the club – annual planning, focus and themes
  • Budget management
  • Promote the club to the student body
  • Plan and execute club activities
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Student must have held the role for a minimum 12-month consecutive tenure
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities
  • Communication skills
  • Personal capabilities (Leadership)
Contact detailsIf you have any questions please email studentservices@mgsm.edu.au

Professional Development Program (Careers)

Role descriptionAs a participant under the Professional Development Program it will allow you to up-skill and get to know key secrets to getting hired and building a career.
AHEGS qualification criteria

Students (final and penultimate year, both local and international, across all disciplines and faculties) complete the semester long program thus contributing to their employability.

They are required to attend:

  • 3 compulsory workshops
  • 1 Careers Week event (eg. STEM Careers Forum or Careers Fair)
  • 1 additional career workshop of their choice

Additional hours spent developing their skills on individual basis: 20 (e.g. creating application documents, creating their LinkedIn profile, different tasks to be completed outside of workshops, etc.)

Total commitment: 35 hours

Skills required or developed
  • Stand out from the crowd
  • Source internships and grad roles
  • Write an outstanding application
  • Network (including LinkedIn)
  • Sell themselves (personal marketing)
  • Succeed at an interview/ assessment centre
  • Manage their career
  • Plan for their career
  • Make career decisions
  • Develop a deeper self-awareness through various practice-based tests
Contact details

Lena Corzo Neisser
Career Development Consultant
18 Wally’s Walk, Level 2  MUSE
Macquarie University, NSW 2109 Australia
T: +61 2 9850 7372
E: careers@mq.edu.au

Regional Outreach Volunteer (Science and Education)

Role description Regional Outreach Volunteers travel to rural communities on a volunteer basis with a team from Macquarie to promote science education in the areas of physics and astronomy.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Attend briefing and training sessions as required
  • Students must be in at least their second year at Macquarie University
  • One trip to include a minimum 3 rural communities.
  • Must present to community groups in these areas as part of this commitment
Skills required or developed
  • Cognitive Capabilities
  • Discipline specific knowledge
  • Critical analytical and integrative thinking
  • Interpersonal and social capabilities
  • Effective communication
  • Interpersonal and communication
  • Socially and environmentally and responsible
  • Personal capabilities
  • Capable of professional and personal judgement and initiative
  • Commitment to continuous learning
  • Teamwork and networking
Contact details

Emma Hastings
Department Manager
Physics and Astronomy
E: emma.hastings@mq.edu.au

Resident Advisor - Student Accommodation

Role description

Resident Advisors plan social events, oversee residential life and provide pastoral care to students living in University accommodation.

Resident Advisors also offer peer-to-peer guidance and enforce accommodation rules.

AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Student must have held the role for a minimum 12-month consecutive tenure,
  • Completed RA duties as prescribed in RA manual and attended four (4) professional development workshops
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities - Communication
  • Personal Capabilities (Leadership)
Contact details

Clare Wade, Accommodation Coordinator
T: +61 2 9850 6483
E:  clare.wade@mq.edu.au

Student Ambassador - Future Students

Role description This is a customer service role that represents and promotes the University to prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students at events, career markets, schools, on-campus and via email, phone and online channels.
AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Attend all compulsory training sessions
  • Be a Student Ambassador for a year, with a minimum of 120 hours of service across presentations, advising and event shifts
  • Support Future Students by working at Open Day
  • Perform tasks as outlined in the job description
Skills required or developed
  • Presentation skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Teamwork
  • Customer service
  • Influencing skills
  • Stakeholder relations
Contact details

Future Students
T: +61 2 9850 7382
E: futurestudents@mq.edu.au

Student Leader - Peer Assisted Learning (PAL)

Role description

PAL and PASS (Peer Assisted Study Support) facilitator (leader) roles provide eligible students with on-campus leadership and employment opportunities.

PAL/PASS Leaders are responsible for the following:

  • Develop/update PAL session plans and worksheets
  • Deliver scheduled PAL/PASS sessions
  • Work in collaboration with other PAL Leaders
  • Attend regular team meetings and developmental opportunities
AHEGS qualification criteria

Interested students are required to meet some standard selection criteria to be eligible:

  • Attend at least 14 hours training in PAL/PASS leadership
  • Engage in 2 team meetings per semester
  • Perform PAL/PASS Leader duties as per position description
  • Facilitate PAL/PASS sessions for at least 2 semesters
Skills required or developed
  • Communication Skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Team work
  • Personal capabilities (Leadership)
  • Problem solving/adaptability
Contact details

For further information regarding the PAL program, please contact the Faculty PAL Coordinators.

Student Member of Academic Senate

Role description

Student members of Academic Senate are elected and must meet eligibility criteria based on their enrolment status during their term in office.

  • 1 x UG student from each faculty (except FMHS)
  • 1 x UG or PG student from FMHS
  • 2 X PG Coursework students
  • 1 X HDR student
AHEGS qualification criteria

During the Student Members term in office they will:

  • Conduct Induction sessions
  • Participation in Mentor Support
  • Attend Academic Senate meetings
  • Participate in other recognised faculty activities, sub committees, meetings, working groups
  • Participate in 3 sessions of the Career Support and Mentoring Program
  • Completion of the optional PACE unit
  • Participate in the optional Global Leadership Program award points
Skills required or developedSkills developed relate to career support and development as well as mentoring.
Contact detailsIf you have any questions about the program, please email senate@mq.edu.au

Student Member of Faculty Board

Role description

Student members on Faculty Boards are elected and must meet eligibility criteria based on their enrolment status during their term in office.

  • 2 x UG or PG students on each Faculty Board
AHEGS qualification criteria

During the Student Members term in office they will:

  • Conduct Induction sessions
  • Participation in Mentor Support
  • Attend Faculty Board meetings
  • Participate in other recognised faculty activities, sub committees, meetings, working groups
  • Participate in 3 sessions of the Career Support and Mentoring Program
  • Completion of the optional PACE unit
  • Participate in the optional Global Leadership Program award points
Skills required or developedSkills developed relate to career support and development as well as mentoring.
Contact detailsIf you have any questions about the program, please email senate@mq.edu.au

Student Mentor - LEAP UP

Role description

As a LEAP Mentor, your role is to share your experiences and knowledge to support high school students from refugee backgrounds develop their understanding of school and university cultures in the Australian context.

  • Willing to learn about the refugee experience
  • Available for an interview
  • Available 4 hours per week throughout the Semester
  • Available for compulsory online and face-to-face training
  • Prepared to attend focus groups and feedback sessions

For more information about the roles and responsibilities of LEAP mentors please refer to the LEAP Mentor Position Description

AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Participate in 90% of face-to-face mentoring sessions
  • Plan & deliver in-school sessions in line with the position description
  • Complete online training modules
  • Attend one full day of face-to-face training
  • Participate in one focus group for program evaluation
  • Complete pre and post questionnaire
  • Attend full day of ‘University Experience Day’
Skills required or developed
  • Communication skills
  • Cross-cultural competence /awareness
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Leadership
  • Problem solving
  • Team work
  • Ability to work with students from disadvantaged backgrounds/equity groups
Contact details

T: +61 2 9850 7394
E: leap@mq.edu.au

Find more information at Leap Mentoring

Student Service Award - Faculty of Science and Engineering

Role descriptionThe Student Service Award recognises exceptional or outstanding service to the Macquarie University or Faculty student community.
AHEGS qualification criteria

All students enrolled in a degree program within the MQ Faculty of Science and Engineering are eligible for consideration for the Award.

Selection will consider some or all of the following:

  • An exceptional and outstanding achievement or success
  • Outstanding service to the MQ or Faculty student community. For example:
    -   Organising a large event/activity for student participation
    -   Sustained involvement in MQ voluntary schemes
  • An outstanding or novel initiative which has been implemented. For example, improved student communications or participation
  • Any work significantly promoting collaborative relations with external organisations
  • Participation in working groups for the improvement of Macquarie University and/or the Faculty
Skills required or developed
  • Cognitive capabilities (Problem solving)
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities (Communication)
  • Personal Capabilities (Leadership/Teamwork and Networking)
Contact details

Meredith Lowe
Operations Manager
Faculty of Science and Engineering
E:  meredith.lowe@mq.edu.au

Student Department Representative

Role description Department Representative is a delegated student representative for the Faculty of Business and Economics, representing the student perspective in Department and Faculty decision-making.
AHEGS qualification criteria

Students are required to:

  • Have previous experience as a Unit Rep
  • Commit to minimum of 1 semester or maximum of 2 semesters in the role
  • Attend a minimum of 2 hours of recruitment for new Unit Reps before semester starts
  • Present and promote the Student Rep Program in at least 3 lectures during O week
  • Assist in FBE Orientation stall during O Week to promote the Program
  • Plan and organise meetings with allocated unit group of Unit Reps at least twice a semester (minimum of 6 meetings in total)
  • Mentor and assist with report writing with Unit Reps (minimum of 6 reports per semester)
  • Attend meetings
  • Attend at least 1 social event involving the program
  • Attend a 2-hour planning day to discuss semester activities
  • Be committed and involved in decision making in the Student Nominated Teaching Award
  • Provide ideas and suggestions to the Faculty and Departments, when required
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities
  • Presentation Skills
  • Cognitive Capabilities
  • Problem Solving and Decision Making
  • Communication skills (Engaged and Ethical Local citizens)
  • Personal capabilities
  • Leadership/Teamwork and Networking
Contact details

Nina Bernius
Student Representative Program Coordinator/Student Success
T: +61 2 9850 4815
E: fbe.reps@mq.edu.au

Student Unit Representative

Role description A Unit Representative is a representative for the Faculty of Business and Economic units.
AHEGS qualification criteria

Students are required to:

  • Attend a 2-hour compulsory training workshop
  • Attend at least 1 social event
  • Complete 2 written group reports on the student learning experience Associate Dean Learning and Teaching FBE
  • Meet with their Department Rep at least twice a semester to discuss and plan collection of student feedback
  • Commit to at least 1 hour a week, during semester to engage peers in the unit on discussions on the student learning experience, through either face to face conversations, questionnaires or digital conversations
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities
  • Communication skills
  • Personal capabilities
  • Leadership
  • Team work
  • Cognitive Capabilities
  • Problem Solving
Contact details

Nina Bernius
Student Representative Program Coordinator/Student Success
T: +61 2 9850 4815
E: fbe.reps@mq.edu.au

Team Leader - Association for Astronomy

Role description

The Team Leader represents the Physics and Astronomy Department  via organisation of talks, activities, mentorship and science communication.

AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Students must be in at least their second year at Macquarie University
  • Demonstrate a contribution to the university and meet ethical guidelines of the university
  • Interviewed, inducted and attended training session
  • Has completed basic and advanced competencies Volunteered for no less than 10 hours
  • Team Leaders have committed to at least 20 hours in the AfA and shown leadership in outreach
  • Commitment varies across the full year depending upon availability of Planetarium and Observatory sessions

This activity would be measured and nominated annually.

Skills required or developed
  • Cognitive Capabilities
  • Discipline specific knowledge
  • Interpersonal and social capabilities
  • Effective communication
  • Interpersonal and communication
  • Socially and environmentally activity and responsible
  • Marketing and PR Personal capabilities
  • Capable of professional and personal judgement and initiative
  • Commitment to continuous learning
  • Teamwork and networking
Contact details

Emma Hastings
Department Manager
Physics and Astronomy
E: emma.hastings@mq.edu.au

Team Leader -  Buddy Program

Role description

Buddies are part of the student peer support network who guide and support new students, welcoming them to Australia, Sydney, and Macquarie University.

Buddy Team Leaders co-create events for students and lead the events on and off campus, with a minimum commitment of 40 volunteer hours per session.

AHEGS qualification criteria
  • Student must have held the role for a minimum 12-month consecutive tenure
  • Completed BTL duties as prescribed
  • Attended 4 professional development workshops
Skills required or developed
  • Interpersonal or social capabilities (Communication)
  • Personal Capabilities (Leadership)
Contact details

Melroy Rodrigues
Campus Engagement Development Officer
T: +61 2 9850 7613
E: melroy.rodrigues@mq.edu.au
W: www.mq.edu.au/buddies

Ted O'Keeffe Scholarship - Sport and Recreation

Role descriptionThe Ted O’Keeffe scholarship is the most prestigious scholarship awarded by the Macquarie University Sports Association (MUSA) each year. It is awarded to a student in their second year of study or beyond proceeding to a degree or diploma at an undergraduate or postgraduate level at Macquarie University. It is awarded on the basis of academic achievement and contribution to University sport and the University.
AHEGS qualification criteria

It is expected that the candidate would demonstrate:

  • An academic achievement represented by a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better
  • A high level of performance in one or more sporting fields and where possible represented Macquarie University at university sport competition
  • Evidence of service to a sporting club, the organisation or the University in other fields of activities
Skills required or developed

It is expected that the candidate would demonstrate:

  • An academic achievement represented by a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better
  • A high level of performance in one or more sporting fields and where possible represented Macquarie University at university sport competition
  • Evidence of service to a sporting club, the organisation or the University in other fields of activities
Contact detailsFor further information please email sportsscholars@mqu.edu.au

For more information on how to recognise co-curricular activities on AHEGS please send an email to EDSER at edser@mq.edu.au.

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