Macleay College welcomes international students into our degree and diploma programs. Everything you need to know about studying at Macleay is available here.
There is an FAQ at the bottom of this page for any other questions you might have. Please get in touch with our international team for any other questions we can help you with. Ready to complete apply? Complete our International Application HERE
Macleay is a domestic higher education provider that accepts international students. International intakes are capped at 25% with a mix of nationalities.
Reasons to study abroad at Macleay:
Macleay College is a Positive Education organisation, committed to the wellbeing of our students beyond academic achievement. We strive to equip our students with the qualities and skills that enable them to flourish, realise their greatest potential and fulfil their career and life goals.
Classes are held over 3 days each week, leaving 4 spare days to study or work (subject to change).
Learn from lecturers who are leading professionals in their industry, teach up-to-date knowledge and best industry practice.
Students undertake compulsory work experience with industry supervision as part of their internship unit.
Our classes have a maximum of 25 students, so you'll never be afraid to ask a question.
Beautiful one day, amazing the next! There is no doubt Australia has it all. So, why not study in two of the most liveable cities in the world – Sydney or Melbourne? They’re lively, vibrant and safe, making them the ultimate study and play destination.
When you’re not studying, there are always plenty of things to do. From sightseeing, swimming at Bondi, exquisite dining experiences, bushwalking in the Blue Mountains, watching an AFL game at the MCG or shopping along the iconic Chapel Street, you will never be bored.
Our Sydney campus is a two minute walk from Central Station. Surry Hills is recognised as one of Sydney’s most creative suburbs and is also home to many of Sydney’s exciting new cafés and interesting restaurants.
A couple of minutes walk from the iconic Flinders Street Station and Federation Square, our Melbourne campus sits in a similarly stylish and accessible location, surrounded by eclectic cafés, art galleries and shops.