Photo: Sze Kai Chen
The Macquarie Globe congratulates all international students graduating at this month’s ceremonies, especially those awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Commendation for Academic Excellence.
Jovi (centre) and friends Ronja Reiche, Elyse Sutanawi, Ilkka Liinamo and Mary Jamieson (from left) celebrate in February.
Indonesian student Jovi graduated in February with a Master of Commerce in Marketing and says the thing he’ll miss most about Macquarie University is the time he spent with friends he made on campus.
Bachelor of Commerce student Legrand Buan (right) with his First STEP mentor, Dr Verity Greenwood.
It is hard enough being a first-year university student, let alone a first-year international student! That was why Filipino student Legrand Buan decided to join the First STEP Mentoring Program run by the Faculty of Business and Economics.
Residential halls on campus such as Robert Menzies (above) offer fully furnished single study bedrooms, just five minutes’ walk to campus. Photo: Peter Armarti
The right student accommodation can make a big difference during session. Get it right and you could find yourself in a great new pad, living in style and comfort surrounded by new friends.
Master of Translating and Interpreting student Xiao Jing says working on the Weibo translation project for the NSW Police Force has given her invaluable experience. Photo: Sze Kai Chen
When the NSW Police Force won in the technical category of the 2013 National Multicultural Marketing Awards for its Facebook and Weibo pages, its spokesman for international students paid tribute to Macquarie University’s Department of Linguistics.