Currently ranked 18th in the world, this is the second year in a row that Macquarie has been named Australia’s best modern university! The ranking is based on measures for research, teaching, innovation, graduate employability and international outlook.
|Macquarie University is Australia’s top modern university|
Macquarie University is home to the most technologically advanced hospital in the country; the Australian School of Advanced Medicine; a state-of-the-art library; and the Australian Hearing Hub which opened this year, bringing the nation’s leading hearing research and treatment agencies together on the campus.
In Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2012, 85% of Macquarie’s research fields were rated at or above world standard. The Academic Ranking of World Universities places Macquarie in or close to the top 100 in the world in natural sciences, engineering, earth sciences and life sciences.
About Macquarie UniversityEstablished in 1964, Macquarie University in Sydney is ranked among the top 200 universities in the world. Set on 135 hectares of peaceful green parkland, Macquarie’s modern campus is just 30 minutes from Sydney’s city centre and features cutting-edge facilities for learning and research.
Well known for its prestigious business programs in accounting, actuarial studies and finance, the university is also a leader in fields such as science, engineering and linguistics. Within the Faculty of Human Sciences, Macquarie University offers a suite of allied health courses in audiology, speech pathology, clinical and neuropsychology. Speech pathology is a significant and valuable addition to the these services especially in light of the new Macquarie Hospital and Clinics and the establishment of the Australian School of Advanced Medicine.
Popular schools include the Macquarie Speech Pathology School, Macquarie Audiology School, Macquarie Physiotherapy School and the Macquarie Business School.