Macquarie University remains a top 10 university in Australia and a top 40 university in Asia Pacific, according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities. Photo: Paul Wright
Macquarie University has consolidated its reputation as one of the top universities in Australia with a strong showing in recent rankings surveys.
For Andrew Van der Saag (left), one of the highlights during his exchange in Linköping was skydiving with friends in the north of Sweden.
Andrew Van der Saag is studying a Bachelor of Applied Finance with Bachelor of Economics. He spent last session on exchange at Linköping University in Sweden.
PACE is an integral part of Macquarie’s undergraduate curriculum, providing bachelor graduates with the skills to establish a successful career, as well as a global outlook, self-confidence and leadership skills to set them up for life. Photo: Jayne Ion
Fudan University student Xueling Chen always wanted to know how the media industry works in Australia. Luckily, her exchange to Macquarie gave her the opportunity to complete an internship at Universal Magazines as part of the University’s PACE program.
Galant Tso has been working in the legal and compliance field of the financial industry for the past three years. He is now a Senior Associate, Compliance, in Sun Hung Kai Financial Limited in Hong Kong.
Galant Tso did thorough research before deciding to pursue his tertiary education at Macquarie University. “According to different reports, Macquarie graduates have better career prospects and salaries on average,” he says. “In addition, the pathway from SIBT was also attractive to me.”
Lucy Glanville has secured her place in national sporting history as only the third Australian woman to compete in the biathlon at the Winter Olympics.
Macquarie University Sport Scholar and Bachelor of Arts student Lucy Glanville will be representing Australia at the 22nd Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.