Undergraduate - Science
Tackle global challenges
Join the problem solvers. At Macquarie, our science graduates drive real change that shapes our collective future and – from finding new ways to feed 10 billion people to fighting climate change – you too will be inspired to innovate and tackle some of the big challenges facing humanity.
Whether you’d like to be a food researcher, a sustainability consultant, a geneticist or anything else in between, our Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Advanced Science and our new Bachelor of Science – Global Challenges will give you real-world skills to get you ready for what the future holds.
Applications for 2018 are now open. Find out more below.
Keep PACE with the world’s challenges
You’ll gain more than theoretical knowledge at Macquarie. Our unique, award-winning PACE (Professional and Community Engagement) program provides practical, workplace experience in your chosen field, allowing you to collaborate on world-changing research or help in community projects and organisations. You’ll get to apply your classroom learning and gain a transferable portfolio of skills, knowledge and experiences that you can build on as your career develops.
With more than 2000 partner organisations across 25 countries, you will work with companies such as Google, Cochlear, Telstra, Optus, and the Salvation Army, not only leading to potential job placements but also to positive outcomes for whole communities.
Unlock your future career
You’ll only be held back by your imagination when you study science at Macquarie. You can tailor you studies to suit your interests and career aspirations, and choose to specialise in areas that excite your passions, including astronomy, biology, biotechnology, earth sciences, mathematics, physics and more.
Not only will you love what you learn, you’ll hold the key to choosing from seemingly endless career options: you could be diving into oceans, engaging communities in issues that matter, creating new medical treatments or helping to find solutions to the biggest problems facing the planet.
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