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Ready to join us at Macquarie? We look forward to welcoming you. Here's what you need to know.

Study Abroad and Exchange Brochure 2019

Macquarie University has published the new Study Abroad and Exchange Brochure for 2019.

Study Abroad and Exchange at Macquarie University

What does it cost?

As a Study Abroad student, you'll pay an up-front fee, which includes tuition and administration costs. It does not include other costs like accommodation, books or gym membership.

 Three-unit programFour-unit program
Price per semester (2019) AU$7,200 AU$9,600

How do I apply?

Once you're ready to join us, you have two options: apply directly, which allows you to pay only the minimum, or apply via an approved program representative who can help with the application process and may offer added value package plans.

You should indicate in your application whether you want to enrol in the three-unit or four-unit program. If you need to change your program after you've received your letter of offer, be sure to contact the Study Abroad team as soon as possible as changes can't be guaranteed.

Where will I stay?

Macquarie University has accommodation options to suit every student, ranging from fully catered resdiences to private accommodation. Find your home away from home.

When do classes start?

Our semesters (what we call sessions) usually run from February to June and July to November. Check our important dates page for information, including the compulsory international student orientation.

Can I get a scholarship?

A variety of scholarships are on offer for our international students. Learn about your scholarship options.

Your home country may also offer funding assistance for an overseas experience. Please check with your university or a Macquarie representative in your country.

How much money will I need?

Your cost of living will depend on your lifestyle. Here is a general guide for living expenses you'll encounter.

Do I need a student visa and health insurance?

Yes, all international students studying in Australia must have a student visa and an appropriate level of health insurance for the duration of their studies. View our travel planning and arrival guide for information.

How do I get to and from campus?

Macquarie's campus is just 15 kilometres from Sydney's city centre, in one of the Southern Hemisphere's largest business and technology precincts.

When you first land in Sydney, we will be there to greet you at the airport and take you to your designated accommodation.

Once you've arrived, you'll discover that Sydney's public transport system is safe, efficient and easy to use. Macquarie University even has its own train station, while bus routes directly connect the campus to popular Sydney destinations including world-famous beaches such as Bondi and Manly.

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