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Exploring future university study options
Admissions Info Evening & Expo on Tuesday 15 September 2015.
8 September 2015
With applications for university study in 2016 due at the end of this month, thousands of school leavers and aspiring mature-age entry students alike are now deciding on their future university options. The University of Notre Dame Australia is hosting an information evening on Tuesday 15 September 2015 to assist students in exploring their course options including alternative university entry pathways.
“Notre Dame is dedicated to providing students with academic opportunities to accelerate learning and enable each student to achieve their goals and aspirations,” Liz Beal, Deputy Director, Admissions and Student Services, and Manager of the Prospective Students Office, said.
“The University has also made available a Summer Term Foundation program that enables eligible students to prepare during the summer break and commence their degree during Semester One in February. Our bridging programs and mature-age entry pathways reflect Notre Dame’s commitment to lifelong learning.”
Notre Dame’s Admissions Info Evening & Expo will provide detailed information on course options, the University’s unique direct application process and alternative entry pathways for school leavers, mature-age students and those coming from a Certificate or non-WACE pathway.
Additionally, academics from each School will be on-hand to discuss degree options and the finer details of each course to prospective students to ensure they can make the most out of their university experience.
For more information and to register, please visit www.nd.edu.au.
Leigh Dawson: Tel (08) 9433 0569; Mob 0405 441 093; firstname.lastname@example.org