Undergraduate Guide 2021 Fremantle

A unique approach to university admission Notre Dame’s admissions process considers every applicant on an individual basis, which, like the Notre Dame study experience, is focused on the whole person. Prospective students apply directly to the University. How to apply Applications must be made directly to Notre Dame via the online application at notredame.edu.au/apply. There is no application fee. Domestic applicants The following categories of applicants are considered to be domestic applicants. All other applicants are considered to be international applicants. • Australian citizen • Australian Permanent Resident – Please note, a Provisional Resident Visa or Bridging Visa is not a form of permanent residency • Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holder • New Zealand citizen • Diplomatic or consular representative of New Zealand, or the spouse or dependent relative of such a representative International applicants The process of applying to study at Notre Dame for an international applicant is different from that of a domestic applicant. If you are an international student looking for program and application information, please visit notredame.edu.au/international. Contact the International Office on international@nd.edu.au or +61 8 9433 0873 for further information. Postgraduate admission Details on applying for postgraduate by coursework and research programs can be found in the Postgraduate Guide and online at notredame.edu.au/postgrad. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants Notre Dame encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to contact the Admissions Office directly to discuss admission pathways. Advanced Standing and credit transfer Advanced Standing is credit granted towards a degree program for study already undertaken. For more information on Advanced Standing or credit transfer please visit: notredame.edu.au/study/admission- requirements/advanced-standing. English proficiency The University requires applicants to achieve minimum academic and English language proficiency standards/ requirements. This ensures that applicants are sufficiently prepared academically and competent in the English language, allowing them to participate effectively in their chosen program and achieve the expected program outcomes. Please visit notredame.edu.au/study/admission- requirements. Student profile Student profile data can be found on each program information webpage at notredame.edu.au . International qualifications If you have international qualifications, we suggest that you contact the Overseas Qualification Unit (OQU). The OQU assesses eligible qualifications gained overseas to determine their comparability with Australian standards. For further information, please visit migration.wa.gov.au/contact/ general-migration-support/overseas- qualifications-unit. Application dates for 2021 enrolment 30 June 2020, 5pm WST Early Offer program 2021 applications close Wednesday 30 September 2020 Undergraduate applications due for Semester 1, 2021 Friday 20 November 2020 Postgraduate applications due for Semester 1, 2021 Friday 28 May 2021 Undergraduate and postgraduate applications due for Semester 2, 2021 The University of Notre Dame Australia accepts applications throughout the year, however, due to the competitive nature of some programs it is advisable to apply as early as possible. Questions? Please contact the Admissions Office: +61 8 9433 0537 fremantle.admissions@nd.edu.au APPLY DIRECT NOTREDAME.EDU.AU/FREO | 85