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MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY

Queensland 1b301 4e04b

OVERVIEW

 

 Founded in 1964 by the Government of New South Wales, with a radical orientation model and unique, non-traditional.

 The third university established in the Central Business District of Sydney.

 Ranked top 10 in Australia  and 229 worldwide (QS University Rankings World Rankings 2015)

 One of only five Australian universities to receive 5 stars in all 08 categories of QS Top Universities.

 Ranked consistently in the top two per cent of universities in the world* and within the top 10 in Australia*.
(*Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities)

 

STUDY AT MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY

 

Macquarie University has 36 specialists and research centers, under five main faculties including the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Business - Economics, Faculty of Human, Pharmacy - Health Sciences, Faculty of Science study - Engineering.

The university has nearly 40,000 students at all levels of education, including about 11,000 international students from 100 different countries.

Macquarie University has been developing a close association with Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (Bach Khoa University) in two programs:

SCHOLARSHIP:

Each year, any student of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology ( Bach Khoa University) successfully transfer to Macquarie University, will receive scholarships worth AUD 5,000 / year level from Macquarie University selection.

 

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

 

At Macquarie University, extracurricular activities are being focused on self - development. Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities to develop leadership competencies, soft skills and make their resumes more competitive.

These activities take place throughout the year and have a variety of forms such as volunteerism, student group associations, or other community group.

 

LIVING IN AUSTRALIA

 

Knowing the average living costs in Australia is an important part of your financial preparation. For your reference, here are some of the estimated average costs per week associated with living in Australia. (All costs are in Australian dollars and are intended as a guide for 2016 only.)

 

Accommodation 100 - 250 AUD
Groceries and eating out 80 - 200 AUD
Gas, electricity 60 - 100 AUD
Phone and Internet 20 - 50 AUD
Public transport 10 - 50 AUD
Entertainment 50 - 100 AUD
Total 470 - 750 AUD