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University of Notre Dame Australia

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The University of Notre Dame Australia is a distinctive national Catholic university that hosts more than 11,000 students across its three campuses in Fremantle, Broome and Sydney, and its seven clinical schools in New South Wales and Victoria. 

According to the Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching, Notre Dame is a leading university in Perth and Sydney with the highest results for the following indicators: Overall Quality of Educational Experience, Student Support, Learner Engagement, Teaching Quality, Graduate Employment Rate and Skills Development (1st in Australia). Notre Dame also achieved 5-star ratings in The Good Universities Guide 2017 for the 10th consecutive year. 

“Students are at the heart of Notre Dame. We have always sought to educate the whole person, to provide an environment where students have the opportunity to develop the theoretical knowledge and the technical skills they need to pursue their chosen professions, yet also to grow and flourish as individuals,” says Notre Dame’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Celia Hammond.

This approach is also reflected in the University’s unique admission process which is based not only upon one’s academic record but also incorporates the student’s personal qualities, motivation to study, potential to succeed and contribution to school, church or community life. 

Notre Dame’s operations are based upon its legislated Objects: 
a) the provision of university education, within a context of Catholic faith and values; and
b) the provision of an excellent standard of –
i. teaching, scholarship and research;
ii. training for the professions; and
iii. pastoral care for its students. 

Undergraduate, postgraduate and higher research degrees are offered through the University’s nine academic Schools: Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, Law, Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing & Midwifery, Physiotherapy and Philosophy & Theology. Notre Dame is also home to three leading research institutes – Nulungu Research Institute, The Institute for Health Research and the Institute for Ethics & Society. 

Notre Dame’s courses are taught by leaders in the fields and include mentoring and internship programs so students gain real-world experience while making professional contacts. 

Courses


Admission


Academic and English Requirements

The University of Notre Dame Australia requires applicants to achieve minimum academic and English language proficiency standards/requirements.
This ensures that applicants are sufficiently competent in the English language, allowing them to participate effectively in their chosen course and achieve the expected course outcomes.An applicant needs to meet the minimum English proficiency requirements, before being offered an interview or a place in their chosen course.English proficiency applies to both domestic and international applicants.
School leaver applicants can demonstrate their English proficiency with documentation in one or more of the following ways:
• A scaled final score of at least 50 in ATAR English, English Literature or English as an Additional Language.
• International Baccalaureate Diploma final score of 4 in English A1 at HL or SL.
Mature age applicants can demonstrate their English proficiency with documentation in one or more of the following ways:
• Overseas secondary qualifications from an Approved Country are assessed on a case by case basis in comparison to Australian secondary qualifications in English.
• Successful studies at an undergraduate tertiary level within an Approved Country^ for at least two years full time equivalent if secondary education was not completed in an Approved Country. Please note, this does not demonstrate English proficiency when applying for Education degrees.
• STAT test with a written English score of 145 or greater (or 150 for Bachelor of Education (Secondary) or any double degree where Bachelor of Education (Secondary) is the primary degree). This is only applicable to applicants who have completed their secondary education in an Approved Country.
• PTE Academic test requirement is 65 or above for each section.
Please note, all Education applicants (undergraduate and postgraduate) who have not successfully completed their secondary education in an Approved Country^ will be required to sit the IELTS Test and achieve an overall score of 8.0 with no sub score less than 7.0. This also applies to the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Primary and Secondary) degrees.

MINIMUM SCORE REQUIRED FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDY

School

IELTS (Academic) Overall result (Lowest Sub-Score)

TOEFL (IB)

CAE/CPE

 

PTE (Academic)

OET

Arts & Sciences

7.0 (6.5)

100

185

65

N/A

Business

7.0 (6.5)

100

185

65

N/A

Education (including Health and Physical Education)

8.0 (7.0)

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Laws (including double degrees & graduate entry)

8.0 (7.5)

111

200

79

N/A

Nursing

7.0 (7.0)

94*

N/A

65

B in each section

Philosophy and Theology

7.0 (6.5)

100

185

65

N/A

Physiotherapy

7.0 (7.0)

N/A

N/A

N/A

B in each section

Health Sciences

7.0 (6.5)

100

185

65

N/A

MINIMUM SCORE REQUIRED FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDY 

 

School

IELTS (Academic) Overall result (Lowest Sub-Score)

TOEFL (IB)

PTE (Academic)

Arts & Sciences

7.0 (6.5)

100

65

Business

7.0 (6.5)

100

65

Education

8.0 (7.0)

N/A

N/A

Law

8.0(7.5)

111

79

Health Sciences

7.0 (6.5)

100

65

Nursing

7.0 (7.0)

94*

65

Philosophy & Theology

7.0 (6.5)

100

65

Physiotherapy

7.0 (7.0)

94*

65

Medicine

7.0 (7.0)

N/A

N/A

Research

7.0 (6.5 apart from Writing which must be at least 7.0)

100

65

Undergraduate academic requirements

Minimum academic entry requirements are outlined in in their respective courses, however most courses require the successful completion of one of the following:

  • Australian Tertiary Admissions Ranking (ATAR) of 70 or higher, or equivalent
  • Certificate IV or higher from a TAFE or Registered Training Organisation
  • Successful completion of one semester or more from another tertiary institution (university))
  • All Physiotherapy and Law courses require a minimum ATAR of 90 or at least one semester of full time equivalent study of an undergraduate degree achieving an average grade of 65%
  • Education (Secondary) and double degrees offered by the School of Education, require a minimum ATAR of 80, or one semester of successful study of an undergraduate degree

Postgraduate academic requirements

Minimum academic entry requirements are outlined in their respective courses, however most courses require the successful completion of the following:

  • Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master degree courses require the Australian equivalent to a completed Bachelor degree
  • Doctoral Programs require the Australian equivalent to an Honours degree (first class or 2A) or a Master’s degree completed from an accredited university

Accepted English Proficiency Tests:

  1. International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic
  2. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet Based Test (IB)
  3. Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic
  4. Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE)
  5. Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)
  6. Occupational English Test (OET)

Accommodation


 
Broome Accommodation
The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Broome Campus offers university education in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia.  To support this initiative, it is essential to provide modern student accommodation on campus.The aim of the student accommodation is the provision of  a supportive environment that helps students to succeed in their studies at Notre Dame, Broome. The accommodation is a diverse, multicultural community which is a safe, friendly place to live.  In this way the reconciliation theme of Notre Dame, Broome is fostered by bringing together people of different cultures, backgrounds, age, race and religion. Pastoral care is an important part of the Notre Dame Mission Statement.  A Residential manager and Assistant live on campus to oversee the running of the accommodation. The manager and assistant are there to offer support and guidance to students especially those who have recently left home to study in Broome Living on campus, students have ready access to the campus library and computer facilities.
 
Notre Dame's Fremantle Campus Accomodation
The University of Notre Dame Australia welcomes your interest in the student accommodation offered on our Fremantle Campus. Before you apply for accommodation in our student residences, it is vital that you read through the information provided on this website so that you are aware of the kind of facilities we offer, and the expectations the University has of all students living on campus. Our residences can provide a vibrant and fun place to live while you study at Notre Dame. The accommodation is ideally suited to people who are comfortable living in a community which is a blend of enthusiastic Study Abroad students (mainly from America), as well as students from around the world and Australia. We care about the success of your experience as a resident of Notre Dame so it is important to understand that the Residential Halls are not suited for those students who prefer to live alone or in a quiet environment. It is our aim to build a sense of community where people have respect for each other.
Where is Notre Dame's Accommodation Located?
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.

University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney Campus

Notre Dame’s Sydney Campus is located on two sites, Broadway and Darlinghurst. Both sites are conveniently located near public transport, shops, cafes and the CBD.The Broadway Site houses the Schools of Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, Law and Philosophy & Theology. It is located in the higher education precinct of Sydney, a five-minute walk from Central Railway Station, with buses arriving on the University’s doorstep.The Darlinghurst Site is home to the Schools of Medicine and Nursing, where students undertake studies in a purpose built facility.

Locations

Broadway

Broadway is at the heart of Sydney’s University Precinct, only a short walk from Central Railway Station and 10 minutes from Darling Harbour, the Chinese Gardens and King Street wharf.

Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst, known for its shopping strip, cafe and club culture, is situated east of the CBD with Oxford Street running through the centre of the suburb. At night, Darlinghurst comes alive, offering an array of restaurants and entertainment venues. Attractions close to Darlinghurst include the Art Gallery of NSW, the Sydney Botanical Gardens, St Mary’s Cathedral and Hyde and Centennial Parks.

The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney Campus, offers an accommodation information service to students looking for off-campus accommodation in the surrounding areas. Students can obtain information and lease arrangements from the Prospective Students Office; however no accommodation is pre-arranged or personally provided for individual students by Notre Dame.

Types of Accommodation

Off Campus Accommodation
Our Prospective Students Office provides contacts and listings of the accommodation providers around the Sydney city district, close to the University, and within close proximity to public transport. A wide range of options are available to students at any time of the year.

Renting a house or an apartment *
Local real estate agencies or private owners advise The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney Campus of available properties 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. 

*For information regarding the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 please refer to the NSW Department of Fair Trading website www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/default.html.

Sharing with other students
Many students choose to share a house or apartment with other students. They advertise on the student noticeboards or with the Student Services Office. This arrangement involves having your own bedroom with shared communal areas (kitchen, laundry, living room and bathroom) as well as responsibilities for house-keeping. Share housing can offer inexpensive accommodation, the opportunity to share expenses and build friendships and a social network.

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