Feature course: Bachelor of Security Studies
New for 2015, the Bachelor of Security Studies was developed in response to industry demands.
Combining theory with policy and industry best practices, students will develop the critical skills necessary for a career in intelligence, security and policing.
Taught by senior academics and industry professionals, students will examine contemporary security issues from a range of perspectives across society.
Jake Garman announced as Director of Macquarie University International College
Macquarie University is excited to announce Mr Jake Garman as the inaugural Director of the Macquarie University International College. He will commence on 2 March 2015. With his previous leadership roles, combined with a wealth of education experiences from around the world, we’re privileged to have such an experienced Director leading the team.
This year, Macquarie University will embark on a bold program of renewal and expansion with our new College at the heart of our progressive vision for future generations. The University look forward to welcoming the first of our bright young stars to the College in September.
Macquarie challenges the competition with Australia's highest MBA ranking in 2015
MGSM storms the 2015 Financial Times MBA rankings pushing two big Australian MBA schools further down the top 100 rankings. With a weighted salary of $120,485 and an average 61% salary increase for Macquarie graduates.
Macquarie launches Chinese language website
Macquarie University are proud to announce the launch of our first Chinese language website. Available in both simplified and traditional Chinese, the website reflects our identity and tells some of the Macquarie story.
Macquarie alumnus to lead CSIRO, Australia’s peak science and research organisation
Technology entrepreneur, venture capitalist and Macquarie alum, Dr Larry Marshall is the new CEO of CSIRO, Australia’s peak science and research organisation. Dr Marshall, who has a doctorate in physics from Macquarie, will step into what is arguably the most important position in Australia’s national science administration.
A classroom of many cultures
Macquarie University are long been known for our work-integrated and community-based learning opportunities. Now we’re taking it one step further. Working with our international partners, we are developing a new curriculum for our outbound placement students. Not only will this internationalise the classroom, but it will also ensure our graduates continue to be recognised as quality additions to organisations around the world.
Macquarie chosen as home base by Korea Republic team prior to AFC Asian Cup
Score! In a reflection of the fantastic facilities available on campus, the Korea Republic national football team selected Macquarie as their home base prior to kick off at the AFC Asian Cup in Sydney this month.
The Taegeuk Warriors spent almost two weeks training on our sports fields preparing for the biggest football tournament ever held in Australia. It worked. Korea Republic finished top of Group A, with Australia in second place. The AFC Asian Cup final is on 31 January.