Early Offer application form

To be eligible for the Early Offer Program, applicants must be in Year 12 and undertaking ten HSC units in total, including HSC English, with a minimum of 8 units from Category A courses.

If you are an international student, you may apply for an Early Offer by completing the International application form.

Note - There will be no admission interviews in 2020.

How to apply to Early Offer 2021



Early Offer applicants will receive an outcome within 2 to 4 weeks of submitting an application. Therefore, the earlier you apply online, the earlier you may receive an offer to study at Notre Dame University.
Gather your available Year 11 and Year 12 reports. If you have not yet received your Year 12 report you can still submit your application.
Ensure these documents are in electronic format to upload to the online application.
Please note: International students need to apply according to international applicant guidelines using the online international application. More information is available here.



Through the online application you can tell us more about yourself. Prepare your response (approx 100 words for each question) so you are ready to enter it into the online application:

  • Why are you applying to Notre Dame?
  • What is your motivation for choosing your degree of interest?
  • Tell us about your interests and/or achievements. This may include out-of-school activities, work experience, sporting achievement or community involvement.


Once you have completed steps 1 and 2, you are ready to complete and submit the online application. You will receive a confirmation email from our Admissions team.

  • Application guide

    Review the below steps to ensure you’re ready to proceed with your online application.

    • Prepare your Year 11 reports and any Year 12 reports you may have in electronic format ready to upload in the application. If you don’t have your reports, we encourage you to submit your application and we’ll be in touch to request them later.
    • In the online application you will have the opportunity to tell us about yourself. Draft your response of around 100-200 words for each question below so you’re ready to enter it in our online application:
      • Why are you applying to Notre Dame?
      • What is your motivation for choosing your degree of interest?
      • Tell us about your interests and/or achievements. This may include out-of-school activities, work experience, sporting achievement or community involvement.
    • Proceed with your application by clicking “next” below. Once submitted we will provide an outcome within 2 to 4 weeks.

Your details

Your gender
Date of birth *

Your contact details

Your address details

If applicable
Notification address

Notification address details


Please list all languages spoken at home in order of use

Cultural information

Do you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander?

Your citizenship details

Evidence of citizenship/residency status may be requested.

Special circumstances

Do you have a disability or impairment?
Do you require medical or disability support during your studies?
The information provided on your application will not affect the outcome of your application.

Elite Athlete

Are you applying as an Elite athlete?

Criminal conviction

This information will be used in the strictest confidence. You are not obliged by law to disclose any spent convictions as defined in the Criminal Records Act 1991 (NSW). Please note that ability to obtain a current approved police clearance is a prerequisite for some courses.
Please indicate if you have been convicted of a criminal offence.

Study preferences

Program 1

Commencing semester
Mode of study

Program 2

Commencing semester
Mode of study

Program 3

Commencing semester
Mode of study

Academic Background

Are you currently in Year 12 and completing:
(Eight digits) NESA (NSW) or SCSA (WA) student number. By checking the declaration at the end of this form you are authorising the University to access your results from the School Curriculum and Standards Authority, TISC, or the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA).
Have you experienced significant circumstances that have/will impact on your studies (for example; circumstances of hardship, medical circumstances, etc)?
if yes, please attach either your Educational Access Scheme submission that you have/will provide to UAC, or attach a written statement detailing the circumstances impacting your study and including supporting documentation. (please ensure your file size is less than 5MB)
Please ensure file size is less than 5MB

Please indicate the studies you have completed and the year in which you completed the qualification. If you have completed more than one qualification at the same level, please indicate the most recently completed qualification:

Tell us about yourself

Keep your responses to around 100 words in length.

Supporting documentation

Please upload:

  • Your Year 11 and all available Year 12 reports to date (please note, you can submit an application and later provide your reports once they become available)
  • (Optional) any supporting documents you would like us to consider

You can upload up to 6 documents.

Supporting documents may include certificates, awards or references that demonstrate your achievements.
Please ensure file size is less than 5MB
  • Declaration - terms and conditions

    By clicking this checkbox, I am indicating that I have read and accepted the terms and conditions of this application and personally make the legally enforceable declarations below:

    • I understand that, should I be successful in securing an offer, I will be required to upload all scanned authentic original transcripts and academic records as proof of results as outlined in my application.
    • I understand that the University will contact me in relation to my application and may request feedback relating to University admission.
    • I have read the Application Form carefully, in its entirety, and have included the appropriate documentation.
    • I declare that all information included in my application is factually correct and fairly presented. I understand that if any of the information included here is found to be false (including copies of transcripts and academic records), the University reserves the right to vary or reverse any decision made in regards to my application or enrolment. I also understand that the University reserves the right to provide details of the false information to other universities or educational institutions or any other authority which the University considers is appropriate to inform.
    • I am aware that most courses available are offered on a fee-paying basis.
    • I understand that proof of citizenship or permanent residency must be presented if requested by the University.
    • I authorise the University to obtain results from TISC, NESA, Curriculum Council, SCSA and/or any educational institution attended by me currently or in the past.
    • I understand that it is my responsibility to ensure that the application is received by the University.
    • I understand that upon submission of this application and/or any subsequent enrolment at Notre Dame, the University may inform my secondary school of my course of study.
  • Privacy statement

    The information provided in this form will only be used for the administrative or educational purposes of the University, or in accordance with your specific consent. The University will not disclose your personal information to a third party unless required to, or permitted by law or where you have consented to the disclosure.

    Information relating to how the University collects, uses or discloses your personal information and how you may complain about the University's handling of your personal information is contained in the University's Privacy Policy . You have a right to access your personal information that the University holds about you and to seek its correction. If you wish to access your personal information or inquire about the handling of your personal information, please contact the relevant Campus Registrar via email at fremantle.studentadmin@nd.edu.au or sydney.studentadmin@nd.edu.au.


Checking this box indicates that you have read and accepted this declaration.

Authorisation to act on my behalf

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