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About Macquarie University
- Macquarie University is an innovative institution dedicated to producing quality graduate outcomes. The university is at the forefront of pathbreaking research with state of the art facilities.
- Macquarie now has 12 National Centres of Excellence dating back to 1988. The university has earned its reputation as the top ranking university in the field of engineering & technology as well as Chemistry/Biochemistry.
- Macquarie is engaged in constructive research cooperation programs with CSIRO, industry and the private sector. The university leads the way in the commercilaisation of scientific knowledge. The sale of Radiata (wireless Broadband communication) to CISCO systems and the technological development of the North Ryde - North Sydney precinct is Macquarie's commitment to the commercialisation of science.
- Macquarie's student enrolment exceeds 29,000, including 7,000 onshore international students. The university aims to extend its reach and influence in the Asia-Pacific region as part of its internationalisation policy.As part of its international vision, Macquarie aims to become a 'borderless university'.
The university's international goals include :
- World class teaching outcomes and facilities
- Increased international research cooperation
- The internationalisation of higher education
- Developing Macquarie into a university of international standing
- Forming strategic partnerships with new partner institutions across the globe
- And promoting leadership and international benchmarking at all levels of the university.
Macquarie supports international exchanges as a means to provide its students and staff with a global outlook because this opens the door to international opportunities. Over 1200 students last year have benefited from the Macquarie experience. In addition, Macquarie Travel Scholarships provide the flexibility to travel while learning. Macquarie's study abroad programs are flexible.
Semester Dates for Macquarie are as follows :
Semester 1 : End of February to the End of June
Semester 2 : End of July to the End of November
The university offers special courses for international students interested in all things Australian. You can study courses such as Aboriginal or Australian Studies, Australian Cultural Studies, Australian History, Australian Media, Australian Society or Australian Politics.
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Macquarie University Information
Macquarie University Sydney - Master Degree - LLM
The Macquarie University offers four different Master-degrees in the
- Master of Commercial Law
- Master of International Environmental Law
- Master of International Trade and Commerce Law
- Master of Laws in International Environmental Law
For Law-students from Germany the best program is the last one. If they have finished their Law-studies in Germany with the First State Exam only the last program might have an advanced level in law. It requires also an undergraduate Law- degree.
The other three programs are more general, do not require a Law- degree, and the level might not be high enough for students with a Law-degree.
The,, Master of Laws in International Environmental Law" - program is a research-program. The website of the University does not tell us much about the certain conditions of the studies, but it might be the same like research-programs at other universities. The student will work under a supervisor and doing a research in a Law-area he has chosen by himself.
The program takes one year and the student can start every march or july.
The tuition-fee per year for the program is 18, 400 Australian Dollars.
To do this Master-program is very interesting for students who like to work individual when they do a research, and if they are already specialised in Environmental - Law.
Macquarie receives $2.9m in Australian research collaboration
Two brilliant systems have been designed by Macquarie University that seek to enhance research collaboration across the Australian research sector.
The Macquarie E-learning Centre of Excellence (MELCOE) designed the Meta Access Management System (MAMS) to assist in cross-institutional communication in a reliable and secure manner.
In a parallel development, MELCOE developed the Learning Activity Management System (LAMS) that now has over 1500 users across 85 countries and has been translated into 17 languages.
These two systems are part of the Federal government's Systematic Infrastructure Initiative, itself a part of Backing Australia's Ability. The two systems receive a combined $15million to further combined research collaboration. It is envisaged that these two systems will tackle the two obstacles to effective communication - sharing information and structuring collaborative tasks across organisations.
The LAMS system is a first step towards sharing electronic information securely across different organisations with competing interests.
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