Macquarie University is renowned for its interdisciplinary research and teaching, highly skilled graduates and first-class facilities.
In fact, CEOs around the world rank us in the top five Australian universities for their graduate recruitment.
A five-star university
Macquarie was awarded five stars in the international QS Stars rating system for its performance in:
- graduate employability
- specialist subjects
We are one of only 5 Australian universities to receive 5 stars in all categories.
The rating, attained only by truly world-class institutions, reinforces our academic, research and international standing.
Macquarie achieved the maximum 5 rating -- outstanding performance well above world standard -- in three science disciplines in the recent Australian Government Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) evaluation, and 85 per cent of the University's research activity was rated as performing at world standard or higher.
Recent investments of over $1billion in infrastructure have allowed us to offer students and researchers the best technology and facilities, such as:
- Australia's most technologically advanced private hospital on a university campus
- Australian Hearing Hub
- global headquarters of Cochlear Ltd
- a state-of-the-art library featuring a robotic book storage and retrieval system
- a swimming and sports complex
- an on-campus railway station
Practical experience that improves graduate outcomes
A key part of Macquarie's unique learning environment is PACE, an initiative that provides opportunities for students to apply what they are learning within their degree in real-life organisations and environments. Such experiences help Macquarie students develop communication, leadership, professional, and interpersonal skills, which greatly improves their career prospects.
Macquarie University In Profile
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Macquarie University's researchers address many of the really the big, important questions facing the world and do so with enthusiasm and excellence that is recognised nationally and internationally. The high quality of our research was clearly recognised in the ERA 2015 assessment.
The University is home to some of the world's most pre-eminent researchers. These teams and individuals work across disciplinary boundaries to create real change in our society in a variety of areas of research strength which are linked to the University's Research Framework
Macquarie University operates at the forefront of research practice in several distinct areas. These research strengths are the foundation of Macquarie University's international reputation.
Key areas of research strength at Macquarie are:
- Biological Sciences (1066)
- Biochemistry And Cell Biology (1064)
- Analytical Biochemistry (1063)
- Bioinformatics (1063)
- O-linked (1063)
- Carbohydrate Sequence (795)
- N-linked (268)
- Language, Communication And Culture (37)
- Historical Studies (33)
- History And Archaeology (33)
- Archaeology (30)
- Classical Greek And Roman History (30)
- Archaeology Of Europe, The Mediterranean And The Levant (29)
- Language Studies (29)
- Latin And Classical Greek Languages (29)
- Papyrus (21)
- Greek (17)
- Coptic (12)
- Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services (5)
- Demotic (5)
- Psychology And Cognitive Sciences (5)
- Cognitive Science (4)
- Studies In Creative Arts And Writing (4)
- Studies In Human Society (4)
- Parchment (4)
- Accounting, Auditing And Accountability (3)
- Applied Economics (3)
- Applied Economics Not Elsewhere Classified (3)
- Australian Media (3)
- Communication And Media Studies (3)
- Economics (3)
- Film, Television And Digital Media (3)
- Linguistics (3)
- Accounting Theory And Standards (2)
- Archive (2)
- Auslan (2)
- Australian History (excl. Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander History) (2)
- Australian Sign Language (2)
- Business And Management (2)
- Cultural Studies (2)
- Cognitive Science Not Elsewhere Classified (2)
- Ecology (2)
- Elan (2)
- Environment (2)
- Egypt (2)
- Flora, Fauna And Biodiversity (2)
- Financial Accounting (2)
- Human Geography (2)
- Latin (2)
- Linguistic Processes (incl. Speech Production And Comprehension) (2)
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- Characterization of the B-chain of human plasma alpha 2HS-glycoprotein. The complete amino acid sequence and primary structure of its heteroglycan.
- Glycan structures experimentally verified from human saliva
- High prevalence of 2-mono- and 2,6-di-substituted manol-terminating sequences among O-glycans released from brain glycopeptides by reductive alkaline hydrolysis.
- Glycosylation of a CNS-specific extracellular matrix glycoprotein, tenascin-R, is dominated by O-linked sialylated glycans and "brain-type" neutral N-glycans.
- Chemical characterisation of the oligosaccharides in a sample of milk of a white-nosed coati, Nasua narica (Procyonidae: Carnivora).
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