The University Medal is the University's most prestigious academic award.
Macquarie University Award for Academic Excellence
Undergraduate and postgraduate students will be eligible for the Macquarie Award for Academic Excellence upon graduation if they:
(i) have achieved a GPA of 4.0/4, OR for students who commenced, course transferred into a program of study, or returned to studies following a period of absence after 1 January 2017, a GPA of 6.5 or above; and
(ii) have undertaken a proportion of credit points at Macquarie University for the program in which they are graduating that is consistent with the University's Recognition of Prior Learning Policy and Schedule of Minimum Requirement.
The Macquarie University Award for Academic Excellence will be listed on course completion documents .
The Macquarie University Merit List recognises undergraduate academic high achievers enrolled in an award program. The Merit List is compiled each year.
Your place on the Merit List will be recognised on your official Macquarie University transcript for each eligible year.
Through the year, your faculty will advise you of opportunities open to high achieving students. These events are with your peers and colleagues within your faculty and we hope they provide you with a personalised way to embark on your academic journey.
Entry to the 2018 Merit List is open to undergraduate students who have:
(i) completed 18 credit points in the 2017 academic year at Macquarie University, or have undertaken a proportion of credit points at Macquarie University for the program that is consistent with the University's Recognition of Prior Learning Policy and Schedule of Minimum Requirement, and
(ii) achieved a GPA 4.0 (for pre-2017 commencing students), or GPA of 6.5 or above (for 2017 commencing students).
2018 commencing students who achieved an ATAR of 98.5 or above will also be placed on the Merit List.
How do I join?
Eligible students will be contacted directly, there is no need to apply. Merit List announcements occur once per calendar year, usually around early March.