Domestic student entry requirements

Domestic student entry requirements

At Macquarie we’re all about success. With Macquarie Entry, we recognise your strengths, interests and personal circumstances.

Through a range of tailored entry criteria, we ensure that you enter university with the appropriate support for success both in your studies and beyond to your career.

Whether you're an undergraduate or postgraduate student, we've got the right entry program to suit your specific requirements.

Domestic undergraduate students

The standard UAC preference and offer process is just one of the ways you can get into Macquarie. But we also recognise that your ATAR doesn’t necessarily reflect your achievements or potential, so through our range of Macquarie Entry programs we look at a whole range of criteria. These range from academic results in relevant HSC subjects to your engagement in your local community, previous study or work experience – and everything in between. Because whatever your personal circumstances are, we believe in credit where credit’s due so we take everything into account. Start following your passion today with our easy-to-use Macquarie Entry navigator.

Domestic postgraduate students

If you're looking to further your studies with a masters in either groundbreaking coursework or research, Macquarie is the thriving hub of discovery you've been looking for.

To be eligible for a masters (coursework) program you must hold a bachelor degree or equivalent from a recognised institution – find out more about entry requirements on our Postgraduate coursework application process page.

To apply for a masters (research) or PhD program you should be able to show research experience in your previous studies – find out more about entry requirements for research and PhD programs.

Domestic pathway programs

At Macquarie we do all we can to ensure you get to study the course you want. That's why our pathway programs that offer alternative entry into a bachelor degree – find out more about entry requirements for pathway programs.

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