Web design and development Engineering and IT
Big data. Cloud computing. E-commerce. These issues and more are shaping the world as we know it.
In Macquarie’s web design and development program, you’ll receive training in the latest web technologies, enabling you to transform user requirements into industry-standard web applications using your design and programming skills.
|Bachelor of Philosophy/Master of Research (Science and Engineering)||N/A|
|Master of Information Technology||N/A|
Promote your university work on a global program and gain important industry skills and experience, well before you graduate.
Macquarie University's unique PACE program provides opportunities for undergraduate students to gain practical experience by working with industry partners on mutually beneficial projects.
Previous web design and development students have worked with industry partners to develop a mobile device app for both Android and iOS devices that provides the company's customers mobile access to their exclusive online content, messaging service and chat rooms that all form a part of their subscription to the web-based content service delivery.
During this activity students had the opportunity to design and write code for an app in both the Android and iOS domains that included the functionality to allow users to join, pay, search content, view content, message one another and recommend to friends via social media.
No matter what you decide to study at Macquarie, PACE has an activity for you. Learn more about the opportunities available through PACE.
The Department of Computing has introduced an initiative designed to improve the experience of Computing students at Macquarie and bridge the gap between academics and students.
This scheme aims at connecting new Computing students with a Computing academic by giving them the opportunity to meet at the start of their Degree. If you decide to take up this opportunity, your academic mentor will be your single point of contact to answer questions related to careers in IT and academic advice. Your academic mentor will provide guidance for you to succeed and achieve your goals.
Academic mentors arrange a meeting at the beginning of the semester with a small group of students that has been allocated to them. You have been or will be contacted by email to find a suitable date to meet. Following this first encounter, individual sessions can be arranged later on for more personalised advice.
Scholarships and prizes
The Department of Computing recognises merit and excellence in students through the award of scholarships and prizes. Individuals and organisations have generously donated funds for these awards:
- DEEWR prize for Outstanding Undergraduate in Introduction to Systems Design and Data Management Prize (Unit:ISYS114)
- DEEWR prize for Outstanding Undergraduate in Applications Modelling and Development (Unit:ISYS254)
- GT Micropro Prize for Introduction to Computer Science (Unit:COMP115) – Donated by GT Micropro
- Jan Hext Prize for Fundamentals of Computer Science (Unit:COMP125)
- Jan Hext Prize for Object-Oriented Programming Practices (Unit: COMP229)
- Jan Hext Prize for Programming Languages (Unit:COMP332)
Information about other Macquarie University Scholarships and Prizes can be found in the University handbook.
Macquarie University offers various kinds of scholarship to students. View more details on eligibility and other conditions.
If you have any questions about Computing scholarships, please contact the Head of Department, Dr Christophe Doche on the below:
Email: the Department Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Building E6A Room360
Phone: 02 9850 9514
“Few students in my home country have the opportunity to study overseas, so I am one of the very fortunate ones who get to learn from the best and experience a totally different environment... It’s opened my eyes to a different world of learning and to different experiences,” explains Bangladeshi postgraduate student Tayeef Mahmood.
Tayeef started his Masters of Information Technology at Macquarie after receiving news that he was awarded a Macquarie University International Scholarship (MUIS).
“I was so glad that I could start in February, without the MUIS I wouldn’t be here, so it’s definitely been a fantastic opportunity for me and I feel really lucky,” he says.
Tayeef has been impressed with the quality of teaching at Macquarie, noting that his lecturers and professors are particularly knowledgeable in their fields.
“This means that I have a good grasp on theory and industry knowledge because of what I have learnt and who I have learnt from. I think it gives me a competitive edge,” he explains.
Upon finishing his masters degree, Tayeef intends to undertake higher degree research work at Macquarie University.
“I want to bring back my research and knowledge from an advanced country like Australia, to help better the IT sector back in Bangladesh and to be involved in change and the development there,” he explains.
“Macquarie is how a university should be – a balance of quality teaching, enjoyable environment, modern facilities and endless learning opportunities. It’s definitely an environment that inspires students to somehow make their mark on the world. My mark will be in the information technology industry at home,” he says.