Metropolitan Course Info Evenings

Notre Dame is coming to suburbs across Sydney!

Choose a session and attend anytime between 4pm and 7pm

If you’re looking at uni options for 2018 or beyond, come and speak to a course advisor at one of our Metropolitan Course Info Evenings at:

  • Auburn
  • Campbelltown
  • Baulkham Hills
  • Liverpool
  • Northern Beaches

Come along to the Course Information session and find out more about the course/s you are interested in studying in:

  • Arts & Sciences
  • Business
  • Education
  • Law
  • Nursing
  • Philosophy & Theology and,
  • Pathways

Attend by yourself or with family and friends.

You’ll also see why Notre Dame is the Number 1 university in NSW* for:

  • Graduate employment rate: Notre Dame’s graduates are skilled, professional and highly regarded by employers
  • Skills development: our work integrated learning programs and expert staff help students develop the skills valued in the workplace
  • Teaching quality: Notre Dame’s staff are approachable, professional and experts in their fields
  • Learner engagement: at Notre Dame students are actively engaged in the learning process Student support: support is always available to students who need it
  • Student support: support is always available to students who need it
  • Overall quality of educational experience: all of the above make Notre Dame a memorable and positive experience for students

*Federal Government’s Quality Indicators of Learning and Teaching www.qilt.edu.au

Course information sessions will be held at:

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