Asia holds 60% of the global population, and the world’s biggest continental economy, making language and cross-cultural skills very valuable.
Our distinctive cross-cultural approach ensures you gain an understanding of Asian issues across the social, cultural, political and economic spectrum, as well as practical skills with your chosen language.
- communications and media specialist
- foreign and ethnic affairs consultant
- international business professional
- travel and tourism adviser
- translator and interpreter
- international lawyer
- international public sector worker
Connect with a wide range of people and opportunties when when you develop in-demand Asian language and cross-cultural skills at Macquarie.
Open the door to a range of international careers when you choose from the broadest range of European languages offered in NSW.
Whether you’re interested in travel, history, film, literature, politics, or international business, expertise in other languages and cultures will lead you to new, life-changing insights and experiences.
- human rights officer
- international aid worker
- policy adviser
- corporate social responsibility officer
- translator and interpreter
- travel and tourism consultant
- marketing communications consultant
- cultural events coordinator
- international business specialist
Connect deeply with people, history, film, literature, politics and business with the European language and cross-cultural skills you'll develop at Macquarie.
Macquarie offers study in Latin, Ancient Greek, Ancient Hebrew, Coptic and hieroglyphs across a range of courses.
Ancient languages are a key to understanding ancient history, reading significant literary works in their original languages, and better understanding contemporary language and culture.
- teacher (with further study)
- tour guide
Deepen your understanding of history, literature, and contemporary language and culture when you study Ancient Languages at Macquarie.
Linguistics is the systematic study of human language, and its uses and applications in human society.
At Macquarie you’ll conduct scientific research to analyse and address complex issues in human communication, readying you for careers from international business to helping increase global literacy.
- heath care worker
- language teacher
- speech pathologist
- translator or interpreter
- editor or publisher
- language policy developer
Learn to address complex issues in human communication through research and analysis at Macquarie. Our Linguistics courses ready you for a world of careers.
Study with one of Australia’s largest and most diverse linguistics departments for internationally recognised qualifications.
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) lets you assist refugees, migrants, international students and more. Our innovative program equips you through course work and a teaching practicum.
Teacher of English as a second or foreign language, teacher of a language other than English, leader within language teaching institutions, TAFE or technical college teacher of ESL, private language school teacher, language teacher at institutions for migrants.
Assist refugees, migrants, international students and many more with the skills you'll learn at Macquarie. Our ESL courses include real teaching experience.
Translators and interpreters bridge the gap between cultures, fostering open communication to advance progress.
At Macquarie you can become a qualified translator or interpreter equipped with professional knowledge, skills and experience valued by leading organisations. You’ll receive first-hand knowledge of the latest developments in the world of translating and interpreting.
- Community translation and interpreting
- International Conferences
- Translation and interpreting in business
- Industry products
- Regional and international events translation and interpreting
- Broadcasting and publishing
At Macquarie you can become a qualified translator or interpreter equipped with professional knowledge, skills and experience valued by leading organisations.