As a Macquarie student, you can undertake many of our degrees on campus or online – or a combination of both. Our multimode approach offers you optimal choice and flexibility without compromising on quality. In response to COVID-19, Macquarie has a number of initiatives in place to ensure students and staff remain safe. Check the most up-to-date Macquarie University advice about COVID-19 arrangements.
The world is getting smaller. Borders are blurring. Countries are becoming more interdependent. Globalisation, cross-border trends and foreign policy are affecting society more now than at any other time in history. We are truly a global community of citizens, and so the ability to understand, evaluate and engage with global problems and world issues across the social, cultural, political and economic spectrum is a highly valued skill.
The Bachelor of International Studies, which combines the study of cultures and global society with the acquisition of advanced foreign language and communication skills and knowledge about global diversity and mobility, will equip you with transferable intercultural skills that are highly valued in today’s globalised job market.
Chinese international studies, Croatian international studies, French and francophone international studies, German international studies, Italian international studies, Japanese international studies, modern Greek international studies, Russian international studies, Spanish and Latin American international studies.
Aid and development officer, international business manager, international law consultant, marketing manager, policy adviser, public sector adviser, tourism and travel consultant, transnational business or corporations consultant, transnational or global communications officer. After further study: teacher.
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Guaranteed selection rank: 78.00
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Use all ATAR profile data as a guide only; it provides a broad overview of the ATARs and selection ranks of previous Year 12 students admitted into that course. ATARs and selection ranks required for entry in 2022 may be different. If you are unsure about including a course among your preferences, contact the relevant institution.
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Naming of awards
The degrees (awards) offered by Macquarie University are set out in the Macquarie University Handbook. Students who qualify for a degree that is structured around majors will have the name/s of the major/s included on their testamur.