Undergraduate Guide 2022 Sydney

There are two categories of undergraduate applicants • Recent Secondary Education (completed within the past two years) a Students who are currently in Year 12; or b Applicants who have completed Year 12 or equivalent within the last two years and are using these results to gain admission into the University. • Mature Age applicants a Higher education study from other tertiary institutions (including bridging or enabling programs). b Vocational education and training (VET) study from TAFEs or other Registered Training Organisations. c Relevant work and life experience. d ATAR (or equivalent). e STAT results. 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 Adjustment Factors Notre Dame’s admission process goes beyond a single score which, like the Notre Dame study experience, is focused on the whole person. For ATAR students, this includes adjustment factors which are considered in your Selection Rank. Adjustment factors may include: Individual factors We consider the whole person and recognise non-academic achievements, such as personal qualities, experience and contribution to community life. Equity adjustments For students who have experienced long- term educational disadvantage, including those applying through an Education Access Scheme. Location-based adjustment factors For students who live or attend school in designated areas: • Demonstrate a permanent residential address in a regional or remote area. • Attend a high school in a low socio- economic area. At Notre Dame, we consider the whole person, including your academic record, personal qualities and contribution to community life. Notre Dame is excited to join UAC for the 2022 Main Round. Apply via UAC – uac.edu.au For the Young Achievers Early Offer Program, apply direct notredame.edu.au/apply Notre Dame University’s admission process Apply Apply via UAC – uac.edu.au In your application, you will have the opportunity to tell us about yourself and why you are applying to Notre Dame. We are interested in what is motivating you to study the degree you have chosen, and about your interests and achievements. You will receive confirmation once your application is received. 01 Offer Once your application is assessed, you may receive an offer to study at Notre Dame. Refer to UAC for information on offer rounds. 02 Accept Secure your place by following the directions in your offer notification. 03 Enrol Before starting uni, you will receive information about enrolment. This is when you will receive academic advice, enrol in courses, set up your Notre Dame student account and learn about your upcoming orientation program. 04 96 | THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME AUSTRALIA UNDERGRADUATE GUIDE NOTREDAME.EDU.AU | 97