This definition applies to international students. A full offer provides international students with a full offer of admission, and allows entry for the stated intake of the degree for which student is eligible. No further conditions need to be satisfied. A conditional offer outlines the conditions that must be satisfied in order for a student to be offered a place in their desired degree. Once a student has met the conditions, a full offer can be issued. Macquarie International also has to confirm quotas on the selected course before a full offer can be made. A package offer requires that students complete an English language program or another preliminary program and attain a specified result, before commencing the degree. [more]
Students must accept the entire package by the deadline stated in the offer letter.