Sydney Campus Course Information

See also the courses offered on the Fremantle Campus and Broome Campus

Apply now for a mid-2017 start!

There’s lots of good reasons why you might want to start mid year to study either an undergraduate, postgraduate or pathway program. It might be that:

  • you weren’t sure if you wanted to do uni this year but now you want to
  • you wanted a gap year but 6 months was enough
  • you started studying somewhere else but now want to change unis
  • you have finished your Certificate or Diploma course and want to go on to uni
  • you’re working and decided you want to do some full-time or part-time study while you work
  • you finished school a while ago and now want to study
  • you’ve had the kids and now it’s your time
  • you have your own unique reason, but you can be sure that mid-year is a good time to start your study

Next semester commencing July 2017
Applications open – apply now

Information for school leavers receiving their Year 12 results

*It’s easy to provide your ATAR and HSC band results when you apply* If you don’t have the hard copy of your ATAR and HSC band results, bring your application in to 140 Broadway and we’ll get you to log into UAC (for your ATAR) and to BOSTES (for your Band results) and we’ll print them off for your application.

If you’re thinking about going to uni in 2017 and want to apply to Notre Dame after you receive your final Year 12 results (from 16 December), you’ll be pleased to know that Notre Dame goes beyond the ATAR as an indicator of your potential; we intentionally look for more. ...read more
We look at academic achievement as well as individual desires and motivations, areas of interest, service inside and outside school, individual subject strengths and much more. We also look at your Year 12 results as we need to know you can manage the workload of the course you want to do.
  • If your Year 12 results will get you directly into a degree – that’s great – there’s a course for you – for most courses our indicative (approximate) ATAR is 70. For Law the indicative ATAR is 90.
  • We also realise that sometimes, students receive results which are below what they were expecting, or perhaps you weren’t eligible to receive an ATAR. Maybe you weren’t even considering uni in Years 11 and 12 but have now changed your mind. That’s OK too as there’s a uni pathway for those who want to build their skills and confidence before moving into a degree course.

The different courses and the application form for Notre Dame are shown below. Most Year 12 leavers will be interested in either the Pre-University Courses or the Undergraduate and Graduate Courses.

Applications are made direct to Notre Dame, not through UAC.

General Information

 

Application Information

Applying to Notre Dame is easy. It’s a direct application which means you don’t have to go through online application systems such as UAC.

You can get the application form:

There’s no cost to apply to Notre Dame.

Applying to Notre Dame doesn’t impact any preferences you lodge with UAC. And likewise, submitting your UAC preferences doesn’t affect your ability to apply to Notre Dame.

We’re a Catholic uni but you don’t need to be Catholic to come here. We welcome students who are Catholic, of other faiths or those of no faith at all.

We’ll need a couple of things from you when you apply - the application form, your school or education results so we can see that you can manage the academic content of the course you want to do. And a personal statement which is your chance to tell us about you – your background, which high school you went to (if you’re a school leaver), your interests, why you want to study the course you want to, and why you want to study at Notre Dame. Your personal statement should be about 300 words.

When you submit your application we’ll assess it and let you know if we need to schedule an interview with you. After your interview, or after we complete the assessment if you don’t need to do an interview, we’ll let you know if we can make you an offer to come to Notre Dame. And we certainly hope we can.