Undergraduate Information Evening
17 May 2017
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Campus Hub, Building C10A, Macquarie University
Discover everything you need to know about studying at Macquarie University
At Macquarie, we know university study is a life choice. It can start your career, shift your thinking, engage you with the world… and even help you change the future.
We don’t take your decision to study at Macquarie lightly. We believe in giving you everything you need to make an informed choice about your study – just as we believe in giving our students everything they need to learn, grow and succeed in their studies and future career.
We like enquiring minds. At our information evening, you can speak with our staff, enjoy presentations from staff and students and discover why Macquarie is a leader in undergraduate study.
- Learn how our specialised courses, world-class facilities and talent for innovation can give you the edge in our competitive, changing world.
- Be inspired by our practical and industry-based initiatives like PACE (Professional and Community Engagement), overseas Student Exchange Program and the Global Leadership Program.
- Discover how university study is different and cut through any confusing lingo (eg major, minor, unit, prerequisite).
- Find out about our entry programs, and our flexible study options.
- Be impressed by our support networks. You’ll hear how well you’ll be supported as a first-year student at Macquarie, through access to mentors, careers advisers, counsellors and social opportunities with clubs, societies and friendly campus hang-out spots.
- Grab a taste of life on campus. There’s nothing like seeing first-hand the benefits of one of Australia’s largest, most well-equipped campuses with state-of-the-art facilities, food options to suit every appetite, diverse accommodation options and even a train station!
When: Wednesday 17 May, 5pm – 8pm
Where: Campus Hub, Building C10A, Macquarie University
Parking: Free parking is available for registered guests.
Public Transport: This venue is located a 10-minute walk from Macquarie University train station.