The state of the environment and the emergence of issues, such as environmental degradation, pollution, climate change and species extinction, are some of the major concerns of our time. Human activities are largely behind these issues, but addressing the impacts of human activities is also key to protecting and managing the environment for future generations.
The multidisciplinary Master of Environment will provide you with the skills and knowledge you’ll need to evaluate the social and biophysical drivers of environmental change, so that as a graduate, you’ll be equipped to seek innovative solutions to issues emerging around human–environment interactions.
All Macquarie University applicants are required to provide evidence of English language proficiency. The standard of English required for entry is based on the IELTS Academic test. Other accepted evidence of English proficiency, including minimum scores on other English tests and qualifications, can be checked using the conversion tool.
The required standard of English for this degree is:
The required standard of English
IELTS band - Minimum score required is 6.5
You may also satisfy the English language requirements by:
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