School of Arts & Sciences, Sydney Campus

Based in the heart of Sydney’s Broadway district, the School of Arts and Sciences delivers a practical, ethical and industry-focussed education in the field of arts and humanities. Offering 19 different disciplines, the School allows you to specialise in everything from Politics and International Relations to English Literature, Mathematics, Applied Psychology and Theatre Studies. Interdisciplinary programs and combined degrees with the Schools of Business, Education and Law also provide the opportunity to tailor your degree to the demands of today’s workplace.

The School of Arts & Sciences offers a multitude of opportunities to situate your learning in real world scenarios. Our Beyond the Books program opens the doors to exciting industries, with work integrated learning opportunities, Study Abroad options and career-enhancing service projects.

  • Work Integrated Learning

    Developed with industry partners, the School of Arts & Sciences’ internship program allows you to gain 80 hours of valuable practical and professional skills within industry as part of your degree. Your internship may take place with a community organisation, business, festival, theatre, newspaper, television station, government department, trade union or lobby group. You are also required to attend internship workshops during one semester. These workshops provide you with professional development, networking and mentoring opportunities, resume and interview preparation, career discovery and value and character development in the workplace.

  • Mentoring/Academic Support

    Academic support is available to all students through the university’s Academic Support Office (ASO). In addition to ASO workshop sessions and online resources, you will receive regular emails about the free weekly workshops available on campus during the semester. The workshops are designed to build academic skills and confidence, helping you reach your academic potential. The workshops run for approximately 45 minutes so you will have time to eat lunch and prepare for your next class. There is no need to book or sign-up – and workshops are free. They cover topics such as time management, essay writing and critical thinking, research and referencing, stress management, academic writing tips, language conventions, memory skills and exam preparation.

  • Facilities

    The School of Arts & Sciences has a range of state-of-the-art facilities including a fully-equipped Black-Box Theatre – a flexible performance space which seats around 45-50 people – as well as a 24-track lighting board and a costume and prop collection. The theatre is also used for workshops. Media labs with MAC facilities and photography and videography equipment are also available for students.

The Notre Dame difference

An exceptional educational experience
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