based on 19 students ratings
This was my first preference because I really wanted to go to uni in Sydney. I really love Sydney so much and I can't wait until I can live there but for now, I have to catch the train but hopefully, I can move there very soon because I feel like good stuff will happen once I'm actually living in Sydney and am close.
The course curriculum is great.
I got an early offer from this university and also because it has a great reputation within Sydney. Also because it is very easy to access as well so transportation becomes very easy. Based in the center of Sydney.
The course curriculum was I guess a bit challenging at the start but then as the course progressed it kind of became a bit straight forward and was sticking pretty quickly and was easy for me to understand.
I did not have the Australian equivalent of the entry requirements to get into an Australian uni. My Family applied for this uni and my siblings got in therefore I attempted it too. It was so worth it.
Very good curriculum since you can pick electives, majors, etc. They have mentors constantly helping you out if you are lost and they have counseling as well as academics helping you out if you are too lost.
Best in Management Courses and ranked highest in terms of MBA in the financial reviews in Australia. Better Uni experience would help in getting better knowledge and end up in a better job made me choose this college.
It's Apt for the current changes in the economic and Financial world. Leadership and Managerial Skills are being touched in an effective way. Though, the changes are not upto date. But still, the curriculum helps in getting in pace with the managerial eWorld.
The open day for Macquarie was sub-par, to say the least, but its potential accessibility, quality of education, and unit offerings made it an attractive option. I ultimately chose to attend this university for its convenient location and career prospects. I applied for 6 universities and was offered places for five. Whilst my ATAR was not spectacular, bonus points pushed me above the line in nearly every case. The enrollment process for Macquarie seemed difficult, but comprehensive. I noted its 'backwardness' and lack of intuitive design, but acknowledged its support that seemed to be missing from other options I explored.I chose this programme for its applicability to my diplomatic plans. I always intended to go into International Relations or something close to it, and International Studies seemed perfect. Compulsory units tend to rely less on exams and more on internal assessments, which has proven to be a great stress reliever. I enjoy participating in class discussions and the programme has catered well to my wants and needs.
I enjoy participating in class discussions and the curriculum has catered well to my wants and needs. I enjoy the compulsory and elective units and find it to be of great interest and use.
Course offered, the location, the reputation of the university.
It's a bit confusing. I don't understand the electives and there are required units that I have to do which aren't even explained. So most of the time students enroll in the wrong units and even up paying for no reason.
I choose this college because Macquarie is part of the "Big 4" universities in Sydney, as long you are in one of these 4 universities in Sydney then you are "safe" career-wise.
I choose Information Technology as I am decent with computers and my scores at high school relating to computers is very high, but not so great in other areas. The minimum score (ATAR) required to get into this program I believe was 74 but my ATAR was <65, I still got accepted. Total credits are 72 points, with no specific eligibility.
I chose to attend Macquarie uni because it is really easy and convenient to get to, has the program I wanted on offer, has a good reputation. The uni also offers online lectures which makes it really easy to watch at home instead of going to campus.
The course curriculum is extensive and covers a range of subjects, and for the first year, we get to gain an insight into each of the majors of commerce and the different aspects of it, which helps us to decide what we want to specialize in after graduation.
I have opted for their particular college due to numerous reasons, one being extremely far away like all universities in my area, and 4th and lastly, the uni has a pretty big field so I can walk around.
The curriculum is alright but the curriculum at mac requires individuals to decide on what you want to major in, unlike other units which give you the option to choose which course you want then choose a major for it later.
Early entry scheme allowed me to not worry about exams and secure a position and it has a good reputation. It's kind of close by compared to others. The public transport is pretty good. It also has a nice campus.
It's good. I like that I get to choose electives however, I'm stressed that law overrides psychology. Next semester I will be required to do 3 law units and 1 psyc which is annoying because I want it to be even.