Academic requirements for Macquarie University International College

Academic requirements for Macquarie University International College

Domestic Students

Standard Foundation Program

Australian Year 11 (or equivalent) qualification with an overall average mark* of 50.

*Other factors are taken into consideration with your average mark. Therefore achieving the average mark does not guarantee you an offer. Only relevant State Board approved academic subjects are included when reviewing your average. For instance, in the New South Wales HSC, only results from Category A and B Board Developed courses are considered.

Non-school applicants who do not have adequate formal education but have informal learning of relevant work experience can submit the Portfolio Entry Form and additional information for alternative entry consideration.

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Intensive Program

Australian Year 12 (or equivalent) qualification with a minimum Selection Rank of 50 or HSC (or interstate) board exam with minimum average mark* of 50.

*Other factors are taken into consideration with your average mark. Therefore achieving the average mark does not guarantee you an offer. Only relevant State Board approved academic subjects are included when reviewing your average. For instance, in the New South Wales HSC, only results from Category A and B Board Developed courses are considered.

Non-school applicants who do not have adequate formal education but have informal learning of relevant work experience can submit the Portfolio Entry Form and additional information for alternative entry consideration.

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Diploma Programs

You must at least hold a Year 12 (or equivalent) qualification with a minimum Selection Rank of 60; or HSC (or interstate) board exam with minimum average mark* of 60.

*Other factors including your ATAR and other attempted studies are taken into consideration with your average mark. Therefore achieving the average mark does not guarantee you an offer. Only relevant State Board approved academic subjects are included when reviewing your average. For instance, in the New South Wales HSC, only results from Category A and B Board Developed courses are considered.

Non-school applicants who do not have adequate formal education but have informal learning of relevant work experience can submit the Portfolio Entry Form and additional information for alternative entry consideration.

Find out more.

International Students

MUIC academic entry requirements for international students are available at mq.edu.au/academic-requirements

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