About Broome Campus

Welcome to the Broome Campus, a very special part of The University of Notre Dame Australia. Notre Dame was established by an Act of the Western Australia Parliament in 1989 and is Australia's first Catholic University. The University's main Campus is in Fremantle.

The Broome Campus offers a range of pathways, undergraduate and postgraduate courses drawn from the Colleges of Education, Nursing and Aboriginal Studies.

The Broome Campus is dedicated to excellence, personal service to students, and the development of a caring learning environment.

The Broome Campus is committed to providing strong support for the process of reconciliation between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians. It provides a supportive environment for all students and offers an opportunity for non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal people to come together and learn about Aboriginal history and culture.

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Notre Dame combines high quality pathways and university teaching with a focus on the preparation for employment in a wide range of professions. It aims to develop young people intellectually, to give them the opportunity to enhance their faith and values and to accept the challenge of community service in their lives.

To help ensure that they balance professional education with academic breadth, all Notre Dame undergraduate students study theology, Aboriginal People and the Spirit of Reconciliation as part of their course.

Notre Dame is a private university and has all the benefits that go with independence and an ability to focus on what its students want from higher education. The University also has strong links with the University of Notre Dame in the United States.

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