Macquarie is renowned for excellence in interdisciplinary research and teaching, a unique approach to learning, highly skilled graduates and first-class facilities.
Located in the heart of Australia’s largest high-technology precinct, Macquarie benefits from an environment of outstanding research and innovation, as well as learning and teaching opportunities with some of the world’s leading organisations.
The University’s researchers, teachers and students are well supported by recent investments of more than $1 billion in facilities and infrastructure, which includes Australia’s most technologically advanced private hospital on a university campus, aligned with our Australian School of Advanced Medicine. The newest addition to the Macquarie campus is the Australian Hearing Hub, which brings together some of the country’s best researchers and service providers to advance research, education and innovation into hearing and language disorders.
One of the most talked-about aspects of Macquarie is its expansive, park-like campus. With our new high-tech library, sport and aquatic centre, childcare facilities and modern railway station, Macquarie is a great place to come to work.
Macquarie’s greatest asset is its people – a vibrant community of scholars and staff across a broad range of disciplines, led by Vice-Chancellor Professor S Bruce Dowton.