Macquarie University English Language Centre
Being a Macquarie student you will be one of the best times of your life because you’ll have so many opportunities to discover your potential. As well as starting to carve out a fabulous career for yourself, you’ll have opportunities to travel the globe with their support, undertake an internship with a leading organisation and awaken your adventurous side. Whether you’re an audacious high-school leaver, a non-school applicant, a highly skilled postgraduate or an ambitious international student, they look forward to welcoming you to Macquarie University.
They offer a range of programs leading into Macquarie University, including General English, Academic English and professional English courses. 96% of their students pass their ELC courses and enter in Macquarie University or a foundation pathway program. They will support you in your goal to improve your English language and communication skills. You have made a good choice in studying at this centre, for a number of reasons. You will experience an active student life on the Macquarie University campus from the very start. By studying at their centre you will be introduced to the skills that you will need to succeed in your future studies at Macquarie University. Their caring and highly qualified teachers and student support staff are committed to helping you to achieve success, and a smooth transition to living and studying in Australia.
Their park-like North Ryde campus is located on 126 hectares within the heart of Australia’s largest high-tech precinct, just 15 kilometres from the city centre. The campus comes complete with shops, cafes, banks, a bar, pharmacy, bulk-billed medical clinic, private hospital, counselling services, financial aid and childcare with on-campus wi-fi. And all within walking distance to a major shopping precinct. Their sports facilities are some of the best university facilities in the country, The Sport and Aquatic Centre features swimming pools, a state-of-the-art health club, squash and basketball courts, and a martial arts area. It’s a diverse campus, with a strong focus on equity, diversity and inclusion. Staff and students from more than 100 countries study and work here. A range of services supports students from culturally diverse backgrounds, Indigenous Australians students who identify as GLBTIQ and those with a disability. Transport options also make Macquarie one of the easiest universities to get to by public transport. There are more than 4000 car spaces on campus, regular buses and an on-campus train station.
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