How to apply as a domestic postgraduate student

There are two main ways you can apply to Macquarie University: directly to the University or through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).

The course you wish to study will determine the application method. The information on this page is for domestic applicants interested in postgraduate coursework degrees.

You’re considered a domestic student if you have one of the following:

  • Australian or New Zealand citizenship
  • Australian permanent resident status
  • a permanent Australian humanitarian visa.

For additional information, select a course and view the 'entry requirements' and 'how to apply' tabs.

Choose your course
View our degrees
Check entry requirements
    General entry requirements for a postgraduate course may include:
  • completion of a recognised bachelor degree
  • proof of English proficiency
Complete supplementary forms

Some course applications require supplementary admission forms. Check the list below.


Either apply directly to Macquarie University, or via UAC.

More information

Download supplementary admission forms for the following courses:

Access the psychology supplementary form for the following courses:

  • Master of Clinical Neuropsychology
  • Master of Clinical Psychology
  • Master of Organisational Psychology
  • Master of Professional Psychology.

Download the Master of Public Health (Research) fact sheet.

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Last updated: 02 Nov 2022