The Diploma in Macedonian Language is a three-year part-time program that is equivalent to a major in language (24 credit points). It is open to anyone who qualifies for admission to a degree program at Macquarie University or at an approved tertiary institution. It can be completed together with a degree or as a stand-alone program. Applications from prospective students should be made directly to the University.
Please click here to view a Diploma in Macedonian study pattern.
The Certificate in Macedonian Language is a two-year part-time program (12 credit points), and no admission criteria are specified. It can be completed together with a degree or as a stand-alone program. Applications from prospective students should also be made directly to the University.
Please click here to view a Certificate in Macedonian study pattern
How to Enrol
Enrol as a Degree Student at Macquarie by applying to the University Admissions Centre by the end of September. Address: University Admissions Centre, Locked Bag 500, Lidcombe NSW 2141. Tel: (02) 9330-7200.
Enrol as a Cross-Institution Student at Macquarie provided that you are enrolled for an award at another tertiary institution. Written permission regarding acceptance of Macquarie units towards an award at the home institution will be needed. It is important to remember that students in this program should re-apply each year for further study at this university. For application closing dates, ring (02) 9850 7317. Year 12 and new tertiary students may only apply when they have received an offer from a university or tertiary institution. Forms are available from: The Registrar, Admissions and Student Records, Macquarie University, NSW 2109.
Enrol as Single Unit Student (Non-Award student). Application forms are available from Centre for Open Education, Macquarie University NSW 2109. If you have any questions ring COE on (02) 9850-7470. The dates by which applications must be lodged are November or January (late application intake) with the closing date for second semester applications in early June.
Further information can be obtained from the course lecturer.