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Established in 1964 as a ‘bold, radical experiment’, Macquarie University’s first students began arriving in 1967. The initial undergraduates enrolled in a single degree offering a range of subjects. Against a backdrop of the Vietnam War, social change, women’s lib, and youth protest there was still time for the essentials of campus life – entertainment, study, and graduation.
Pioneering, different, ground-breaking … Macquarie’s reputation for innovation attracted students from all walks of life, including large numbers from overseas. As well as becoming richly international, the University drew ever more people to its dynamic postgraduate courses. As the new millennium dawned, Macquarie had conferred some 58,000 degrees, diplomas and postgraduate certificates.
Created as a research-intensive university, Macquarie quickly develops an outstanding track-record in subjects such as engineering and technology, chemistry and biochemistry, as well as humanities and social sciences. In a culture committed to advancing teaching and learning, students are encouraged to enrol in units right across the University.