Macquarie City Campus
With the expectations of employers constantly changing, Macquarie University has developed postgraduate programs that develop already-acquired skills and ensure graduates set professional benchmarks.
The CRICOS Code for
- 068956G Master of Accounting (Professional)
- 022767D Master of Accounting (CPA Extension)
- 071336K Master of International Business
- 045284M Master of International Trade & Commerce Law
Students will be taught by
highly-qualified professionals (many
whom have PhDs or a double Master).
This allows students to gain an
in-depth understanding of their
chosen area of study.
Macquarie City Campus’ policy of no
more than 50 students per class means
students will study in smaller classes,
allowing more access to academics
and maximising their academic
progression and success. Classes
involve lectures and tutorials.
Theory and Practice
Macquarie University Master degree
qualifications are known for their mix
of theoretical and practical disciplines.
This level of understanding provides
students with the expertise needed to work in an Australian and
Range of assessments
To pass each subject, students need to complete a number of assessments, including examinations, group work, assignments, research and oral presentations.
Students must complete certain credit points and this will vary depending on degree, check the degree for specific credit points. Course Structure Students must complete 68 credit points, either over two years or three years.