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Postgraduate Courses in Business and Economics

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When you choose to study a postgraduate course that's professionally accredited, you're making a great career decision. Not just in terms of advancement and job satisfaction, but also in terms of salary. Macquarie University postgraduate courses in business and economics give you exactly that.

The Benefits of Postgrad Courses

Here are just some of the benefits of choosing one of our postgraduate courses in Sydney:

  • earn more - Graduates of our postgrad courses earn more after completing their business / economics program. You can too.
  • tailor your postgraduate degree - Choose from over 60 electives to tailor a postgrad course of study that matches your career aspirations
  • pathway to PhD - Postgrad courses allow for inclusion of research units in your Masters degree to fast-track your path to a PhD undertaken within the Sydney campus.
  • 85% employment rate - Graduate with a vastly increased chance of securing employment.

  • Postgraduate Career Options

    Here's just a snapshot of some of the career options you can pursue on graduation with our postgrad courses:

    See a full list of our areas of postgraduate study.

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    "The master's program at Macquarie University was the best choice for me. Macquarie is globally recognised with the prestige in its outstanding actuarial studies education." Eva Ma

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