Macquarie City Campus
Visit our site Choose your course to find out which program is offered.
Each study program has specific entry requirements that you need to fulfil, in order to be considered for entry into the program.
Check our Academic requirements and to see if your current qualification is recognised for entry into our programs.
English language requirements
All international students at Macquarie are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English. For full details, click here.
Apply early! Remember that places are limited in all programs, especially popular degrees. It is a good idea to apply at least two to three months before semester begins, in order to avoid disappointment, and to give you enough time to organise your student visa. To check when semester begins, visit our calendar.
After you have selected which course/s you want to apply for you can submit your application online through My Macquarie. You will be able to select your course and upload scanned copies of the required documents. Using My Macquarie you can save and update your application until you are ready to submit. There is no application fee if you submit your application online.
Download and post applications
Download an application form, and complete it carefully, attaching all required documents. For your application to be processed without delay, it is very important that your form is complete.
All application forms can be found here.
Remember to attach all relevant documents, as instructed on the application form as evidence of your English Language proficiency, your academic qualifications and credit for previous studies (if applicable). All documents must be either originals or certified copies.
You may submit your application form either through one of Macquarie University's nominated representatives in your country, or directly by posting it to:
Macquarie City Campus
If you do not meet the entry requirements for the course of your first preference, you will be considered for your second and third preferences. If you do not meet the entry requirements for any of your undergraduate preferences, you may automatically be considered for a Foundation Studies or for a pathway program through Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) (This does not apply to Postgraduate applicants).
If you are an international applicants completing an Australian Year 12, New Zealand NCEA Level 3 or the International Baccalaureate (IB) qualification. If you are an international applicant currently completing:
UAC booklets will be available from your school/college in August.