Early Offer Program

Change your perspective with an early offer from Notre Dame

At Notre Dame we know that you need to change your perspective to change the world. That's why philosophy and ethics play such essential roles in every Notre Dame degree. You learn to explore other views before arriving at your own. We challenge you to question everything, to separate real news from fake news, truth from lies and to distinguish information from knowledge.

At Notre Dame you are empowered with the fundamentals of critical thinking – lifelong skills to navigate an uncertain future.

For your chance to secure a university education of a lifetime – before you sit your year 12 exams – apply for an early offer.  This exclusive program is open to Year 12 students who have demonstrated academic excellence and/or are making a significant contribution to their school or community.

An early offer takes the pressure off, you can sit your Year 12 exams with added confidence. It’s also a great way for schools to acknowledge their outstanding students.

Applications for an early offer to study in Semester 1, 2020 are due 31 July 2019. Good luck!

  • Benefits

    The Early Offer Program has a number of personal and academic benefits including:

    • Avoid the stress of Year 12 by securing a university spot before your final exams
    • Be considered for a place in the Notre Dame Leadership Program
    • Be considered for an Academic Merit Scholarship

    Please note: Candidates who do not receive an Early Offer for Semester 1, 2020 will be automatically considered for the future offer rounds in November or January.

  • Selection criteria

    Our Early Offer Program is open to students who can demonstrate academic excellence and are motivated to make a special contribution to society, and/or who can show exceptional personal or leadership qualities. You can demonstrate this by your reports, your exam results, by your active contribution to school, church, or community, by your work achievements and by telling us about your personal or leadership qualities.

    Please note – for the Fremantle Campus Early Offer Program, applicants will need to demonstrate a predicted benchmark ATAR of 93 for the Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Physiotherapy; and a predicted benchmark ATAR of 90 for all other undergraduate programs. For academic capability, all offers are made based on Year 11 and Year 12 reports to date.

  • How to apply

    To apply for the Early Offer Program, you must be nominated by your school and need to include:

    • An application form completed by yourself and your school;
    • A personal statement of 300 words outlining your personal qualities and reasons for choosing your nominated program at Notre Dame;
    • Your Year 11 school reports;
    • Your Year 12 Semester 1 reports;
    • Certified evidence of your Australian citizenship or residency status; and
    • Any other supporting documentation such as awards and certificates.

    These documents are to be submitted to the Admissions Office directly in person, sent by post, or via email.

    Upon recommendation by your school for the Early Offer Program and having met the academic requirements, you will be invited for an interview. The interview is an integral part of the admissions process as it gives us an opportunity to get to know you beyond school reports and scores. It is also a time for you to discover more about the University, our programs and staff.

    Applications for admission in Semester 1 2020 are due 31 July 2019.

  • Early Offer Guide

    Download a copy of the Early Offer Guide brochure.

  • Contact us

    Call us: 08 9433 0537 
    Email us: fremantle.admissions@nd.edu.au
    Visit us:   21 High Street Fremantle

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