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ABOUT MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA

At a glance
Year established 1964
Academic staff 1,300
Students 38,000
International students 11,000
Social clubs and societies More than 120
Alumni 145,000 in more than 140 countries
Ranking Top 10 in Australia
Top 40 in Asia-Pacific (Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic
Rankings of World Universities 2012)

 

CEOs worldwide rank
Macquarie among the world’s top 100 universities for graduate recruitment

 

Campus is surrounded by leading multinational companies, giving you unparalleled access to internships and greater exposure to the Australian job market.

 

Dual campus access
Students studying at our city campus also have access to all the services and facilities at the North Ryde campus where over AU$1 billion has been invested in the very best facilities. The new library – unique in Australia – houses the country’s first library robots, the fully equipped gymnasium comes complete with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, and the on-campus private hospital is the most technologically advanced in Australia.

 

World-class degrees
Macquarie University equips you with a global mindset and an internationally respected degree that you can tailor to your career goals. All of our degrees have been developed with graduate outcomes in mind – they offer both specialisation and breadth of learning to ensure you explore your intellectual, social and creative capacity.

 

Outstanding career opportunities
Because of our location, our degrees offer outstanding integration with industry and provide you with a superior learning environment, enhanced internship opportunities, and greater exposure to the Australian job market. With Australia’s strong economy, and Sydney’s status as a gateway to Asia and a hub for global business, Macquarie is the place to launch your career.

 

International Recognition
La Trobe University courses are internationally recognised and professionally accredited Many professional bodies are affiliated with La Trobe University academic programs. These include: • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK) • Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (USA) • Engineers Australia • SAP University Alliances Program.

World Leading Research
The university and its research centres have partnerships in place with leading organisations worldwide, including National Institutes of Health (USA); Swisse; NEC Corporation; Amgen; and Becton Dickinson Biosciences. La Trobe University has research links with more than 100 universities internationally. La Trobe University’s AgriBio and La Trobe’s Institute for Molecular Science (LIMS) establish the University as an international research leader in agricultural bioscience, molecular science, biotechnology and nanotechnology, attracting the world’s leading scientists and giving students access to the most advanced technologies in these fields.

 

About Pathway Education

ABOUT PATHWAY EDUCATION

An Undergraduate Pathway is a single course which is comprised of a series of stages (Stages 1-4) of study which on successful completion results in the award of a Bachelor's. A Postgraduate Pathway is a single course which is comprised of a series of stages of study (Stages 1 - 2) which on successful completion results in the award of a Master's Degree.

Foundation or Stage1

A pre degree programme for students who do not meet university entry requirements. Successful completion leads to progression to year 1 of a UK bachelor degree. The course includes both academic subjects as well as English Language.

In Australia the foundation is often known as – Otherwise also known as Certificate IV or Tertiary Access .The tertiary access is an accelerated program for more advanced students.

Diploma Year 1 - Stage 2 

Designed for students who fail to meet the entry requirements for direct entry, but who are still capable of studying at that level. Successful completion leads to the 2nd year of a UK bachelor degree programme. The course includes both academic subjects as well as English Language. Stages 3 and 4 comprise of the 2nd and 3rd year of an honours degree.

Graduate Diploma

A 2 term and accelerated 1 term programme is available for students who have a degree, but not one which is equivalent to a UK degree. Successful completion leads to direct entry to the master degree.

English Language - A presessional English Language programme is available for those who fail to meet the minimum English Language requirements. Please note visa regulations may differ in the cae of English Language entry.

Bachelor Degrees
Designed for students who have equivalnet to Australian Year 12 qualifications or who meet the minimum entry qualifications as outlined under entry requirements. Students who do not meet these requirements should follow the pathway entry.

Master Degrees

Designed for students who have equivalent to an Australian degree or who meet the minimum entry qualifications as outlined under entry requirements. Students who do not meet these requirements should follow the pathway entry.

Pathway Programmes

Undergraduate Pathways

Foundation

Business and Humanities
IT
Health and Life Sciences
Engineering and Computer Science

Diploma (Degree Year 1)

Bioscience
Business
Health Sciences
IT
Mass Media and Communications

 

Bachelor Degrees

Bachelor of Arts major in Media, Culture and Communication
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Commerce - Professional Accounting

 

Postgraduate Pathway

Postgraduate Certificate of Policy and Applied Social Research

 

Master Degrees

Master of Accounting (Professional)
Master of Accounting (CPA Extension)
Master of International Business
Master of International Business with Master of International Relations*
Master of International Trade & Commerce Law

Entry Requirements

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Foundation Stndard Track

Year 11 with 50%

Higher School Certificate: 2nd Division < 50% average ; Higher School Certificate GPA less than 2.0                   

 

 

Foundation Stndard Track

Year 11 with 50%

Completion of Higher Secondary Certificate with a GPA of 2                 

Diploma Stage 2

Not Available

 

Bachelor Degrees

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Postgraduate Certificate

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Master Degrees

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

Foundation (Standard Track)

IELTS

TOEFL 525 TWE 4.0
GCE 'O' Level  C6
GCE 'A' Levels D7

 

For Foundation Program:

IELTS (academic English only) Minimum of 5.5 overall, with a minimum of 5.0 in each section

TOEFL (internet based test) Minimum 197 overall

Pearson Test of English (PTE) Minimum 46 overall

 

For undergraduate and postgraduate degrees:

IELTS (academic English only) Minimum of 6.5 overall, with a minimum 6.0 in each section

TOEFL (internet based test) Minimum 83 overall, with 12 Listening, 13 Reading, 21 Writing, 18 Speaking

Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic minimum 64 overall, with minimum 57 in all communicative skills

 

                                 

Dates and Prices



State Dates: Feb, July, October

Note: Some pathways may not be available throughout the year.

 

 

2015 international student fees

Foundation Program Sessions 2015 fee per session (AU$) 2015 estimated annual fee (AU$) 
Fast track 2 12,240 24,480
Standard track 3 9,571 28,713

 

2015 international student fees

Undergraduate programs Sessions Estimated session fee AU$
(Commencing 2015 and pre-2015)
Bachelor of Arts majoring in Media, Culture and Communication 6 14,004
Bachelor of Business Administration 6 15,756
Bachelor of Commerce - Professional Accounting 6 15,756

 

2015 Tuition Fees

Course Domestic Students International Students
Foundation Studies for Business and Humanities N/A A$18,000
Foundation Studies for IT N/A A$18,000
Foundation Studies for Health and Life Sciences N/A A$18,000
Foundation Studies for Engineering and Computer Science N/A A$18,000
Diploma of Business A$19,900 A$23,000
Diploma of Bioscience A$23,000 A$26,000
Diploma of Mass Media and Communications A$21,240 A$22,000
Diploma of Information Technology A$19,900 A$23,000
Diploma of Health Sciences A$23,000 A$26,000
- See more at: http://www.latrobemelbourne.edu.au/enrol-today/fees#sthash.1iHYtFmK.dpuf
Postgraduate program Sessions Commencing 2015 estimated session fee (AU$) Commencing pre-2015 estimated session fee (AU$)
Master of Accounting (Professional) 4 14,496 14,256
Master of Accounting (CPA Extension) 5 14,496^ 14,256^
Master of International Business 4 16,880 16,880
Master of International Trade and Commerce Law 2 14,496 14,496
Master of International Business with the Master of International Relations 5 16,800 16,800

 

 

 

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