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Certified documents
Are documents that have been certified as a true copy of the original by a Justice of the Peace (JP). JPs must sign and place their JP number on the photocopied documents. For applications to Macquarie University, any member of staff at the Student Enquiry Service is able to provide...
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Children and Family Research Centre
Abbreviation only
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Co-badged unit
Two units are co-badged when they are identical in terms of learning outcomes, assessment tasks and teaching but for exceptional reasons, such as accreditation requirements or for the satisfaction of the general requirements of degrees, must have different unit codes. Co-badged units must be recommended by the Academic Standards and...
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Co-taught unit
Is a unit which has a shared teaching element (such as lectures or practical sessions) with another unit. Each unit has different learning outcomes and assessments, and can be taught across upper undergraduate and postgraduate levels (eg 300 or 400 level co-taught with 800 level). Co-taught units must be recommended...
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Coherent study (pre-2010)
A particular stream of study that consisted of a specific set of units that must be completed at 300 level or higher. It had to be preceded by other units at 100 level and 200 level, but these were generally not listed as part of the coherent study – they...
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Combined degree
A recognised combination of two programs which are studied at the same time. At least one of the programs must be a bachelor degree. Units from one may be recognised as electives towards the other and students may elect to qualify and graduate with the bachelor degree component first (if...
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Commencement fee
The commencement fee is a portion of the tuition fee that international students need to pay when they accept an offer to study at Macquarie University. The value of the commencement fee is listed on the offer letter. This commencement fee is deducted from student's first semester tuition fees (so...
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