College pathway programs

College pathway programs

Ready to join us at Macquarie University International College? We look forward to welcoming you.

How to apply

Follow these steps to apply for admission at Macquarie University International College.

STEP 1: CHOOSE YOUR PROGRAM

First, check which College program leads to the Macquarie University bachelor degree you are interested in and make sure you meet the English and academic requirements for that program.

STEP 2: SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

You can apply to Macquarie via an authorised representative in your home country or online using our secure Online Application Manager.

STEP 3: ACCEPT YOUR OFFER

Get the details

If you qualify for entry, you will receive an offer by email. Carefully read all the information in your offer letter, which will include the conditions you need to be aware of before accepting your offer. It will also detail the following:

  • the documentation required to accept your offer
  • your fees, including how and when to make payment.

Pay the fees

To accept your offer, pay the commencement fee and other fees specified. Your compulsory Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) fees will also be payable at this time.

Apply for a student visa

Once you have signed and returned your offer letter and have paid your required fees, Macquarie will issue you with an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE). Use your eCoE to apply for a student visa through your nearest Australian Embassy or High Commission, or the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

To find out more about student visa conditions and application procedures, talk to a Macquarie authorised representative or visit the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.

STEP 4: PREPARE FOR YOUR ARRIVAL

A compulsory orientation session will be held in the week before classes begin. It is essential that you arrive in Australia in time to settle in to your new accommodation and surroundings, and to attend this session.

Use our pre-departure checklist to keep track of the things you will need to organise before coming to Australia.

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