The University of Notre Dame Australia is an Australian private Catholic university established in 1989. Its main campus is in Fremantle, Western Australia, with satellite campuses in Broome, Western Australia, and Sydney, New South Wales.

Notre Dame is  not simply transmitters of information, creators of knowledge but its  mission will always be to teach and to educate in an environment that encourages people to seek understanding, to seek wisdom, to seek to serve, to seek to live in a way that fulfils everyone's higher purpose.

As outlined in the University’s Objects, Notre Dame provides an excellent standard of pastoral care for students and is one of the highest rated universities in Australia with a leading graduate employment rate of 79% (well above the national average of 69%).

Students are the heart of Notre Dame and are supported to discover and develop their gifts and talents. Central to the experience of studying at Notre Dame is the Core Curriculum, which encourages students to explore life’s deeper questions and to think through their own beliefs and choices, both now and in the future.

Notable Alumini:

Ganzorig Vanchig, a 2014 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader

 

IELTS

 The  score  should not be less than 7.0 with the minimum score of 7.0 required in each course. Please refer to the university guide for details.

Admission process and requirements

For Undergraduate

o             completion of 12 years of elementary and secondary education

 Postgraduate coursework students

 The following information outlines the indicative minimum entry requirements for graduate programs by coursework or coursework and dissertation.

The personal qualities and professional experience of each applicant will also be taken into account when assessing the applicant for admission. Some courses also require a minimum period of professional experience and/or other academic requirements

 Please refer to the chosen study area for more details.

 The minimum entry requirements are as follows:

 › Graduate Certificates and Graduate Diplomas require a Bachelor’s degree.

 › Master’s programs require a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline, completed at a high standard.

The University will consider, on an individual basis, requests for prior workplace and life experience to be assessed as a basis for admission into graduate courses.

 Research students

The selection of any student to undertake a research degree is based not only on the qualifications of the candidate, but also on the identification of academic staff who are professionally qualified to provide the high quality research supervision demanded by the University. Candidates are required to discuss their proposed research ideas and aspirations with the Dean or academic supervisor of the relevant School.

 Admission generally requires the following:

 Master of Philosophy

 A Bachelor’s degree completed to a high standard.

 Master’s by research

 A Bachelor’s degree at a high standard or a Bachelor’s degree with high level Honours or a coursework Master’s degree.

 Professional Doctorate and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

An Honours or Master’s level degree, completed at a high standard. Previous research experience or professional practice may be required.  

Undergraduate courses

Arts & Sciences

Bachelor of Arts

Major: Advertising

Major: Applied Psychology

Major: Business

Major: Counselling

Major: English Literature

Major: Film and Screen Production

Major: History

Major: Human Resource Management

Major: Journalism

Major: Liberal Arts

Major: Marketing

Major: Mathematics

Major: Philosophy

Major: Politics and International Relations

Major: Public Relations

Major: Social Justice

Major: Sociology

Major: Theatre Studies

Major: Theology

Major: Writing

Bachelor of Arts (Politics and Journalism)

Bachelor of Communications and Media

 

School of Business

Bachelor of Accounting

Bachelor of Advertising and Public Relations - Domestic Students Only

Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor of Commerce

Major: Accounting

Major: Advertising

Major: Economics

Major: Finance

Major: Human Resource Management

Major: Management

Major: Marketing

Major: Public Relations

Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Financial Planning

Bachelor of Human Resource Management

Bachelor of Marketing and Public Relations

 

 School of Education

Bachelor of Education (Birth to Twelve Years)

Bachelor of Primary Education

Bachelor of Primary Education (Religious Education) - Domestic Students Only

Bachelor of Education (Secondary) and Arts

Bachelor of Education (Secondary) and Business Studies

 

School of Health Sciences 

•             Biomedical Science

•             Exercise & Sport Science

•             Health and Physical Education

•             Preventive Health

•             Outdoor Recreation

•             Double Degrees

•             Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Arts

•             Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Preventive Health

 

School of Law

Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry)

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Arts (Politics & Journalism)

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Communications & Media

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Marketing & Public Relations

 

School of Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing

School of Philosophy and Theology

Bachelor of Philosophy

Bachelor of Theology

School of Physiotherapy

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Double Degree: Bachelor of Physiotherapy / Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science

 

Postgraduate Courses

School of Arts & Sciences

•             Master of Counselling

•             Master of Arts - research page

•             Doctor of Philosophy - research page

 

School of Business

•             Graduate Certificate in Business

•             Graduate Certificate in Catholic Leadership

•             Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management

•             Graduate Certificate in Marketing

•             Graduate Diploma of Business

•             Master of Business Leadership

School of Education

•             Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary)

•             Master of Teaching (Primary Education)

•             Master of Teaching (Secondary Education)

     Postgraduate (for qualified teachers)

•             Bachelor of Education (Conversion)

•             Bachelor of Education (Conversion) Schedule of Units 2017

•             Graduate Certificates in Education

•             Graduate Certificate in Education (Curriculum)

•             Graduate Certificate in Education (Early Childhood)

•             Graduate Certificate in Education (Leadership and Management)

•             Graduate Certificate in Education (Special Needs Learning)

•             Graduate Certificate in Religious Education

•             Master of Education

•             Master of Religious Education

•             Postgraduate Education Schedule of Units 2017

     Higher Education

(for discipline experts who want to develop skills in teaching, research supervision

and scholarship at university level)

•             Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching for Higher Education

 

School of Health Sciences

•             Graduate Diploma of Clinical Exercise Physiology

•             Master of Exercise Science

 

School of Law

•             Bachelor of Laws – Graduate Entry

 

School of Medicine

•             Doctor of Medicine (MD)

•             Graduate Certificate in Health Professional Education

•             Graduate Diploma of Health Professional Education

•             Master of Health Professional Education

 

School of Nursing and Midwifery

•             Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Nursing and Allied Health

•             Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing

•             Graduate Certificate in Nursing

•             Graduate Certificate in Nursing (Registered Nurse Re-entry to Practice)

•             Graduate Certificate in Nursing Leadership and Management

•             Qualification Upgrade to Graduate Diploma of Nursing

•             Graduate Diploma of Mental Health Nursing and Allied Health

•             Graduate Diploma of Clinical Nursing

•             Graduate Diploma of Critical Care Nursing

•             Graduate Diploma of Forensic Nursing

•             Graduate Diploma of Midwifery

•             Graduate Diploma of Nursing

•             Graduate Diploma of Perioperative Nursing

•             Master of Nursing (Coursework)

•             Master of Nursing (Research)

 

School of Philosophy and Theology

•             Graduate Certificate in Liberal Arts (Philosophy and Theology)

•             Graduate Diploma of Philosophy

•             Graduate Diploma of Theology

•             Master of Arts (Philosophy)

•             Master of Arts (Theology)

•             Master of Philosophy

•             Master of Theology (Research)

 

School of Physiotherapy

•             Graduate Certificate in Burn and Trauma Rehabilitation

•             Graduate Diploma of Burn and Trauma Rehabilitation

•             Master of Burn and Trauma Rehabilitation

•             Professional Doctorate

 

Research Degrees

•             PhD

•             Professional Doctorate in Health Science

Sydney Campus

TYPES OF ACCOMMODATION

 Notre Dame has a range of preferred accommodation providers right next to and around the uni which suit all needs – single room, twin share, private or shared facilities, meals, wifi etc – the choice is yours, however there’s no actual on-campus accommodation. With our preferred providers being so close to campus, you might just feel like you’re staying on campus.

 STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney Campus offers information regarding local student accommodation providers, residential colleges and guest houses; however no accommodation is pre-arranged or personally provided for individual students by Notre Dame. Students make contact direct with the accommodation providers. The University does not get involved in any discussions between the student and the accommodation providers.

 RENTING A HOUSE OR APARTMENT

 Local real estate agencies or private owners regularly advise Notre Dame of available houses and apartments for rent in the Sydney city district. Rental properties can be furnished, partly furnished or unfurnished. When considering renting a property, students should consider that landlords require rent to be paid in advance and the payment of a security bond equal to one month’s rent.

RENTING A ROOM

 There are limited opportunities for this style of accommodation. Renting a room usually consists of a shared bathroom and communal areas of the house, with separate bedroom and study area. Expenses such as power, gas, telephone and excess water are normally paid in addition to rent.

UniLodge

Sydney provides fully furnished student accommodation for undergraduate and postgraduate male and female students. Students can choose from self-contained, furnished studio and loft apartments with ensuite bathrooms and kitchenettes. All rooms have either a single or double bed, kitchenette, desk and chair.

Urbanest

 provides modern, fully furnished student accommodation for students close to campuses, transport and amenities.

 

Freemantle Campus

Notre Dame has three Halls of Residence on the Fremantle Campus. Due to several different factors residents do not get to choose their residential hall. We do however strive to place every student in a room that is best suited to them.

The Residential Halls are in the centre of the Fremantle Campus and therefore close to all Campus facilities. The Fremantle Campus is located in the historic West End of Fremantle, the main port city of Western Australia, 18 kilometres from Perth. It is a 'town' university and the only one of its type in Australia. The beautiful buildings of both the Campus and the surrounding city of Fremantle lend a distinctive character to Notre Dame. Supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, beautiful beaches and sport and recreation facilities are within walking distance or are easily accessible by public transport.

Temporary Accommodation

If you are not a local resident, you may need to arrange temporary accommodation while you look for long term accommodation. There are numerous short term accommodation options available in the Fremantle area, and a good first point of contact for these are with the Fremantle Tourist Bureau:

 

Broome Campus

The aim of the Student Village is to provide a supportive environment that enables students to pursue their aspirations.

The Campus is centrally located in Broome with easy transit to town and the beach Single or shared accommodation available

The Village includes a Hostel and Houses for short or longer term stays. The Hostel can accommodate up to 28 people in single or shared options. The Housing provides nine self-contained houses, each with five single bedrooms with ensuites and study areas. Each house has a fully equipped shared kitchen and lounge, dining areas. Amenities available for all occupants of The Village include access to the Campus Library, free WiFi access, communal kitchen and BBQ facilities, pool and tennis tables, half- court basketball, plenty of room to kick a footy, a TV lounge, an on- site laundry, off street parking, linen and towels provided and tea and coffee is complimentary.

 

 

Scholarships - International Students
Notre Dame Scholarships
The University of Notre Dame Australia offers International Students an affordable private Catholic education. 
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The Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)
Award: Australian Development Scholarship (ADS) 
For: International Students coming to Australian universities to acquire knowledge and skills to aid the development of their home country.
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Australian University Scholarships
Australian universities offer a range of postgraduate scholarships to international students predominantly targeting Doctoral and Masters Degrees by research. The course of study and financial support is determined by the university. You should contact the relevant university or Study Assist to obtain further information on scholarships available.
 
Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships
 
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The Bupa International Student Award
Value: $1,000 (Up to 3 Awards)
The Bupa International Student Award is to assist and encourage international students, enrolled at The University of Notre Dame Australia, to be involved in the life and culture of the University and the broader community
 


Quick Facts


INSTITUYION TYPEPRIVATE

FOUNDING YEAR1989

CAMPUSURBAN

FEES

Fees may vary from 24,714 AUD$ TO 36,518 AUD$ annually . It depends on your course.

COST OF LIVING

Living Expenses As a general guide, you can expect to spend around AU$250 to $350 per week on living expenses, not including tuition fees or accommodation. Living expenses include food, transport, entertainment, books and other items such as clothing. On average, an international student needs AU$20,000 - $25,000 per year for all living expenses.

UNIVERSITY WEBSITE

http://www.notredame.edu.au


RANKING OF UNIVERSITIES


Australian rankings

ERA National       39


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