Engage with our students and graduates

Macquarie University is committed to developing strong links with industry and employers. We offer a range of opportunities for you to promote your brand and engage with our students.

What if you could achieve your organisational goals while inspiring tomorrow’s leaders?

Our employer partner programs allow you to do that and much more. Partner with us to build your professional network, engage with enthusiastic students and recruit fresh new talent.


Completely customised to your organisation’s needs; a partnership could give you the following opportunities:

Offer mutually beneficial placement opportunities to motivated students.

Our PACE (Professional and Community Engagement) program allows you to connect with motivated students by offering a range of practical work experience activities. When it comes to hiring, you’ll be able to select from a pool of potential recruits already familiar with your business and culture.

Realise the potential of PACE

At Macquarie University, PACE provides opportunities for highly motivated, capable and work-ready students to contribute to partner organisations. You also gain access to an innovative group of academics and researchers, and a community of inspiring partner organisations.

We have more than 3000 partner organisations from local, regional and international spheres, which span all sectors of the economy and society across private, public, community-based and not-for-profit sectors.

Support the brightest scholars with vocational placements.

Through our newly developed Cooperative education (Co-op) programs, you can bring high-achieving students into your organisation, for professional experience. Benefit from their refreshing points of view while fostering their career progression.

Learn more about Co-op

Build your workforce with job-ready employees.

Our Career and Employment Service provides a range of opportunities to help you engage with our talented students. Advertise on our job board, attend virtual partner fairs and events, or engage in other activities to attract skilled graduates to your organisation from a range of disciplines.

Macquarie Student Employment (MQSE) helps students become job-ready and facilitates paid employment opportunities on and off campus.

Paid employment while studying helps students to enhance their employability and develop a range of skills while easing the cost of university study. For employers, student candidates represent a flexible, skilled and scalable addition to your workforce.

Macquarie Student Employment allows employers targeted access to our talented students, and students access to a range of convenient and relevant paid employment opportunities.

For more information about MQSE contact us on:

T: +61 (2) 9850 7372
E: studentemployment@radiobrgospel.com

Inspire the decision makers of tomorrow.

The Global Leadership Program (GLP) develops students’ international knowledge and leadership skills through workshops, events and activities. By sharing your expertise — by leading a workshop, giving a keynote address or offering a volunteer experience — you can help shape our future leaders.

Discover our GLP opportunities.

Macquarie University is committed to improved Indigenous outcomes.

Engage with Macquarie’s Indigenous students, graduates and staff through our programs and support your organisation’s goals for diversity, inclusion and Indigenous outcomes.

Walanga Muru — the Office of Indigenous Strategy provides quality support services to Indigenous staff and students at Macquarie. You can be involved with our office by:

Walanga Muru has also developed an Indigenous Strategy Green Paper. This paper proposes seven new strategic directions for the University that supports and promotes Indigenous inclusion, access and participation. This paper is the first step towards building capacity for Indigenous excellence at Macquarie.

Other ways to get involved

Scholarships and prizes

You are welcome to establish a scholarship or prize for Macquarie students who excel in specific aspects of university and community life.

To enquire about establishing a scholarship or prize, contact the Scholarships Office on csap@radiobrgospel.com.

Sponsor a student group

Macquarie has more than 170 student groups and societies, offering numerous ways for employers to effectively engage with, and support, students with specific interests.

For further information, contact the Campus Life Administration Office on +61 (2) 9850 7610.

Interviews on campus

Currently offered online.

Campus interviews are a convenient and efficient option for both students and employers. Employers conducting campus interviews are encouraged to give a targeted presentation whilst on campus.

Univative 2021

Our yearly inter-university business case competition is back! We are still actively looking for employer partners to present business cases or projects to teams of students from a range of universities.

This video provides a glimpse of the impact Univative can have on students and your organisation.

Contact us on univative@radiobrgospel.com if you are interested in participating.


During the third week of each semester Career and Employment Service organises a week full of career-related events and activities for students.

The flagship event of the week is our Careers Fair with opportunities for employers to connect with students from all faculties.

Session 1 2021 Careers Week




Monday 8 March

12pm – 2pm

Start Up Symposium in the Incubator

Tuesday 9 March

12pm – 2pm

S1 Virtual Careers Fair

Wednesday 10 March

12pm – 2pm


Thursday 11 March

12pm – 2pm


Friday 12 March

12pm – 2pm

Jobsearch for International Students

Employer presentations and workshops

There are several ways you can engage with Macquarie students including career-related events and activities, workshops and employer presentations. Register in MQ Employer Connect and provide more information about how your organisation would like to engage.

Professional Development Program (PDP) is a workshop series run each session to equip final year students with key skills to enhance their employability. Topics include networking, career research, resume writing, and personal branding.

We invite employers to participate in delivering a session in this program.