Jarl Gamonez enjoying some of the iconic Sydney landmarks, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House
It’s no secret that Sydney is a dream city for students. According to the 2015 QS Best Student Cities rankings, Sydney has once again taken out the world’s fourth best student city in the world, with quality of life and employability scoring very highly. Sydney is also regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities and has been ranked one of the ten most liveable cities on the planet.
Tiffany Russel Sia, studying a Bachelor of Medical Sciences at Macquarie University
Home to 45 researchers in the top one per cent in the world, Macquarie University is clearly going places – and so are our graduates. Our graduates have gone on to become CEOs, CIOs, heads and founders of well-respected organisations the world over.
Each year, the Macquarie Dictionary draws attention to words that are acknowledged to have made a contribution to our language. After a challenging and hard fought battle, the Macquarie Dictionary 2014 Word of the Year has been chosen.
As an Australian leader in international work-integrated and community-based service learning opportunities, Macquarie University is working with its international partners in developing a new curriculum for its outbound international placement students.