A world-class Business & Economics faculty
The Faculty of Business and Economics has a worldwide reputation as a leading business and economics school. Macquarie is ranked in the top two percent of universities globally. Here's why:
The mission of the Faculty of Business and Economics is to make a positive contribution to business and society in the Asia-pacific region and beyond.
We do this through the production and delivery of relevant and impactful teaching and research across our disciplines, and through the provision of knowledgeable, and internationally aware graduates who are in demand by employers.More on our mission »
A number of our courses are accredited by the following key industry bodies,
so you graduate with more than just a piece of paper:
We are a member of a number of important organisations including The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR).
We are 1 of only 6 universities that were accepted in this Centre of Excellence for research and education in the financial sector.
This provides us with a number of unique and invaluable opportunities such the chance to network and collaborate with:
- key policy makers
- and industry.
Business and Economics has a strong global focus, achieved through our research centres, research collaborations, a large number of quality PhD students, and a range of research projects that focus on global developments and local responses.
Our 3 research centres are:
- The Centre for Workforce Futures
- The Centre for Financial Risk
- The International Governance and Performance Research Centre
Videos about the Faculty of Business and Economics
Bron Harrison talks about the Aspiring Professionals (Merit Scholars) Program
This exciting program is designed to assist students to be successful in their careers and to help develop potential leaders of tomorrow.
A graduate Greg Smith, Chief Executive Officer TPMG Financial, talks about:
- what Macquarie graduates have to offer
- the executive in residence program
- how to get the most out of your degree
- and how his Macquarie degree has benefited his career