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Opening hearts and minds to women’s plight the aim for Madison
5 October 2015
The pursuit to support and nurture women in times of need is behind Santa Maria College graduate Madison Boot’s decision to study at The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Fremantle Campus.
Describing Notre Dame as “unique in the way it cares for people”, Madison is currently completing a Bachelor of Biomedical Science, through the School of Health Sciences, as well as a Pre-Medicine Certificate.
With her Notre Dame qualifications, Madison hopes to open a women’s safe house and medical centre, both in Australia and overseas.
“My calling in life is to care for others and fight for what is right. These passions have led me to study Biomedical Science in the hope of one day becoming a doctor,” Madison said.
“My aspirations are important as they coincide with my growth as a person. They have led me down a certain path and along the way I have met many people, learnt many things, and established lifelong friendships. In the end, they help me to become the best person possible.”
Applications are now open to study in 2016. For course listings and admissions information, please visit notredame.edu.au.
Leigh Dawson: Tel (08) 9433 0569; Mob 0405 441 093; email@example.com