Macquarie University
Macquarie University is located in the Australian city of Sydney. This Public University, established in 1964, places a heavy emphasis on research. Applicants can select their preferred courses from over 150 bachelor's and master's degree programmes at Macquarie University. Furthermore, Macquarie University provides double degree programmes as well as one-year master's degrees.

Cost of attendance

The annual tuition cost at Macquarie ranges between 20,000-40,000 AUD (~11.3-22.5 lakh INR). On an average, the weekly personal expenses vary between 350-1000 AUD (~19,000-56,000 AUD).


Macquarie University has both on-campus and off-campus accommodation options for overseas students (within walking distance). Individual/shared rooms are provided on campus in Macquarie's new single housing campus in the Central Courtyard Precinct. The weekly cost of accommodation ranges between 240 and 500 AUD. Both require their own applications. In Australia, the institution has a partnership with adjacent residential colleges for off-campus housing. The typical weekly rent for off-campus housing is between $200 and $400 AUD.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total enrollment of 44000 students. There were a total of 8,641 international admissions to the university. Macquarie University has a moderately selective entrance procedure, with a 40% acceptance rate.


Macquarie University has around 44,000 local and international students on campus. The university has a second campus, Macquarie City Campus, in addition to the main campus. This campus is primarily intended to provide high-quality postgraduate programmes. Macquarie University is Australia's only university with its own metro station. A billion Australian dollars has been invested in the campus to build world-class buildings and infrastructure. The university has a fully integrated health sector based on an on-campus hospital. On or around the Macquarie University campus, more than 300 leading firms are located. Commonwealth Bank, National Australian Bank, Deloitte, CSIRO, Microsoft, Sony, and Hyundai are among them.


Macquarie Business School is accredited by AACSB. The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools.

Jobs and Placement

Macquarie University's Career and Employment Service has introduced 'CV360,' an online application that provides rapid personalised feedback on resume improvement. All of this networking and workshopping results in Macquarie University graduates receiving attractive wage packages from partner businesses such as PwC Australia, Macquarie Group, EY, Deloitte, and AMP. Students in particular industries earn an average annual salary of 200,000 AUD.

QS Ranking

#200 in QS World University Rankings, 2022.

The Ranking

#192 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022.

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