Events - 31 May 17


Pop-up incubator for students, staff and researchers

10 February 2017 - 31 July 2017

Building on our vision to serve the world through innovation, Macquarie has opened its first pop-up incubator on campus.

The pop-up incubator is a brand new space for students, researchers and staff who are working on research or an idea that can be commercialised. We currently offer free desk space, meeting areas & instant access to the growing entrepreneurial community who share and contribute experience and resources that help early ideas grow through the difficult and vulnerable stages of development.

If you are working on an idea, big or small, we encourage you to apply by email with a one paragraph pitch on your business or idea.

The Pop-Up Incubator is made possible by funding from the NSW Department of Industry, Skills and Regional Development through the Boosting Business Innovation Program.


Workshop: Ally training at MQ

31 May 2017

This workshop is offered as part of the University’s commitment to providing a diverse and inclusive campus where all people can safely work and study free of harassment and discrimination.

Postgraduate Accounting: your options

31 May 2017

This webinar will outline the unique features of the Master of Accounting programs offered by Macquarie. The Master of Accounting and Master of Accounting (Advanced) embed the CPA Australia or ACCA professional program and/or advanced accounting units depending on the specialisation chosen. The programs focus on developing expert technical skills as well as generic skills crucial to a successful career advising and operating businesses. This webinar will detail the ways in which communication, ethics, sustainability, problem solving, critically thinking and teamwork skills are integrated into units and assessment tasks across the Master of Accounting programs.

Dr Catriona Lavermicocca has a professional background working as a senior manager in the taxation section at Ernst and Young and obtained her qualifications as a Chartered Accountant before completing a Master of Law specialising in taxation and commercial law.

Whilst employed at Macquarie University, teaching taxation law at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, Catriona has also been involved in writing learning materials for the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and the Tax Institute as well at co-ordinating and developing Macquarie University’s close relationship with CPA Australia.

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