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The University of Notre Dame Australia offers a unique learning environment and a range of courses across its three campuses in Broome, Fremantle and Sydney.
Notre Dame degree programs are recognised nationally and internationally. The courses' practical and vocational components, as well as consultation with professional bodies, ensure that a degree from Notre Dame is the best possible preparation for a student's chosen career.
Undergraduate advance standing may be granted to students who have passed subjects of a similar standing at another approved university or higher education institution. Advanced Standing Applications can only be made once the student has been offered a place and has enrolled. For more information, please click here.
It is well known that employers value graduates who have a broad education across more than one area of study. A feature of the courses at Notre Dame is the availability of double degree programs. By extending their course, usually by completing a further one year of study, students can graduate with a double degree, allowing them to choose from a wider field of career opportunities.
The following evidence will be accepted for direct entry into the Fremantle Campus:
|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|
|Education (including Health and Physical Education)||8.0 (7.0)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Laws (including double degrees and 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|
For further information about the Minimum English Language Entry Requirements and Academic Entry Requirements please see the International Prospectus or contact the relevant Admissions Office:
Fremantle Campus firstname.lastname@example.org
Sydney Campus email@example.com