“My fondest memory of Macquarie is having lunch at the top level of U@MQ building (now the ‘Campus Hub’) which overlooks the fauna park and the lake,” says graduate Linda Li. “It was my favourite place to catch up with friends and relax after classes.”
Shanghai-born Linda Li has taken her Macquarie degree all the way to London, where she is applying her finance and economics knowledge to the exciting world of aviation.
We sit down for a quick chat with the Director and Co-Curator of TEDx Macquarie University 2013, Lucas Bérullier. The French/Italian is in his final semester of a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Marketing and International Business.
Photo: Macquarie University Sustainability
Irene Chork is studying a Bachelor of Arts-Psychology with a Diploma of Education and is enrolled in Macquarie’s Global Leadership Program (GLP). She recently attended the compulsory GLP colloquia ‘Beyond Borders: the responsibilities of a global citizen’. Here she shares how it opened her eyes to the world behind the supermarket shelf.
Photo: FJ Gaylor.
Macquarie has been ranked one of the best places in the world to study linguistics and psychology, in the latest analysis from QS World University Rankings.
– Macquarie student Lucy Minter lived like a local while on exchange in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
During her exchange at the Pontifical Catholic University in Rio de Janeiro, Bachelor of Laws student Lucy Minter chose to live in what is considered by many as one of the most dangerous parts of the city. Here she explains why.