Study


Welcome to Macquarie. You’ve chosen to study with one of the world’s best universities and we’re looking forward to helping you realise your potential.

Getting started

First things first


Now that you’re here we want to get you settled into the Macquarie way of studying. There’s a lot to you need to know so we’ve pulled together some priority tasks to get you up to speed as quickly as possible.

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Your study program

Manage your study


At Macquarie you’re the one in control of your study. There are some processes you’ll need to use and things you’ll want to do to manage your program. From making changes and sorting out issues, to adding new experiences both here and abroad – this is where you take control.

Manage your study program

Your research program

Manage your research


A Higher Degree Research (HDR) program at Macquarie is a pathway to a career as a researcher in both academia and industry. In addition to managing your candidature, it is important to know how to leverage your degree to enable you to reach your future goals.

Manage your research program

Faculties, school and colleges

Accessible and flexible


Your studies at Macquarie University may involve interacting with a number of different faculty departments - it all depends on how you design your study experience. Students and graduates who return to their education after a break may find the colleges offer programs better suited to their lifestyle and work commitments. No matter what or how you want to study, Macquarie’s faculties schools and colleges offer flexible solutions to suit all your learning requirements.

More about faculties, school and colleges

Short courses and professional development

Explore your interests


Our faculties offer several short courses direct to the public, helping you build skills to boost your career prospects or explore a new interest.

About short courses and professional development

Exams and results

Measure your achievements


Exams and assessments are a necessary part of your learning experience. The assessment process provides valuable feedback on how your learning is progressing and can influence the way you approach your study. Planning and preparing for exams - making sure you have all the information and support you need - is really important too. Understanding how these processes work will help you achieve the results you’re after.

More about exams and results

Timetables

Online timetabling system


We have an online timetabling system, making it easy for you to plan your schedule of lectures and tutorials.

Find out about timetables

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