Notre Dame’s Study Abroad progam offers a chance for both in-bound and outbound study for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Each year the University hosts foreign students who have chosen to study in Australia. Domestic students, meanwhile, can join the Student Exchange program which allows Australian students to explore other countries and cultures while studying and receiving credits towards their degree. Notre Dame has partnership arrangements with sister universities in Europe, North America and Asia.
As a graduate of Notre Dame, you will automatically join thousands of the university’s alumni across Australia and over 50 countries around the world. Alumni enjoy a wide range of benefits such as free copies of our university magazine In Principio, invitations to lectures, reunions and fundraising events and complimentary access to Notre Dame’s libraries in Fremantle and Sydney.
The Career Service provides career support for students from Year One through to graduation and up to 18 months after graduation. We help you to make informed decisions about your career and learning, job search strategies such as résumé and interviews, and job creation including networking and LinkedIn. We offer workshops promoted through Student Services and University Schools, career management resources on CareerHub, and one-to-one appointments booked via CareerHub. CareerHub is also a Job Board where employers post opportunities to current students and recent graduates who are looking for casual, vocational, or permanent employment and internships.
Notre Dame offers a wide range of scholarship programs for undergraduate and postgraduate students. These scholarships are funded by the University, industry, private individuals and not-for-profit organisations. They are available to both prospective students and those already enrolled at Notre Dame. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need, academic performance, community involvement and leadership potential. Each campus offers its own suite of scholarships.