The benefits of Notre Dame's Early Offer program are

Secure a place at Notre Dame University and sit your exams with the added confidence of knowing you have received your Notre Dame offer.

Have a seamless transition to University life, with the full support of our Academic and Admissions staff helping you every step of the way.

Gain access to Early Offer information sessions to hear from our Academics and students and receive application tips and notifications.

Finish Year 12 with more confidence.

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  • FAQs

    Am I eligible for the Early Offer program?
    Australian students and international students undertaking Year 12 in Australia are encouraged to apply for the Early Offer program. All applicants must be currently in Year 12 and undertaking a minimum of 10 HSC units in total, including HSC English, with a minimum of 8 units from Category A courses (or interstate/IB equivalent).

    What are the minimum academic entry requirements?
    - If applying for an Arts & Sciences, Business, or Philosophy & Theology degree, demonstrating progress towards a minimum HSC average mark of 70*.
    - If applying for a Nursing or Education degree, demonstrating progress towards a minimum HSC average mark of 75*.
    - If applying for a Law degree, demonstrating progress towards a minimum HSC average mark of 80*.

    * (or equivalent interstate/IB results). Review of academic results includes review of marks, ranks and cohort performance to assess progress towards meeting the above-listed HSC marks.

    When can I submit my application?
    The 2021 Early Offer program opens on Friday 3 April. We encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible after that. Our Admissions team will notify you that we have received your application and begin their assessment.

    What documents do I need to submit as part of my application?
    Notre Dame is an Apply Direct university, meaning you don’t submit your application through UAC. We have an easy to use online Early Offer application which won’t take too long to complete. Before you go online prepare your supporting documents in an electronic format. If you don't have these ready you can still submit your application and we will request them later.

    The online application also provides the opportunity for you to tell us more about yourself. Prepare your response to each question below, in approximately 100 words for each, so you are ready to enter it into your online application:
    1. Why are you applying to Notre Dame?
    2. What is your motivation for choosing your degree of interest?
    3. Tell us about your interests and/or achievements. This may include co-curricular activities, work experience or community involvement.

    International students need to submit their application for the Early Offer program according to international applicant guidelines using the online international application. More information is available here: https://www.notredame.edu.au/international/how-to-apply

    When will I receive an outcome to my application?
    You will receive an outcome within 2 to 4 weeks of submitting your application, provided you have included your Year 11 reports.

    If you have any outstanding documents we will follow up with you to ensure we keep your application on track. All applications will be notified of an outcome by September 2020.

Hear what our successful applicants have to say about Notre Dame's Early Offer Program

How to apply to Early Offer 2021

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PREPARE TO APPLY ONLINE


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.

2

TELL US MORE ABOUT YOURSELF


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.
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COMPLETE AND SUBMIT THE ONLINE APPLICATION


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.

  • Connecting with us

    The Notre Dame University Prospective Students Office is here to help you with any enquiry about studying with us, including the Early Offer program. Please direct your enquiry to the team member looking after your school. If you are unsure who to contact then reach out to our generic email in the first instance and we’ll get in touch.

    Prospective Students Office
    02 8204 4404
    sydney@nd.edu.au
    All enquiries

    Ellie Redding
    02 8204 4314
    ellie.redding@nd.edu.au
    High School region:
    Eastern Suburbs & Inner West

    Alexandra Davis
    02 8204 4626
    alexandra.davis@nd.edu.au
    High School region:
    The Hills District & Outer North-west

    Matt McDonald
    02 8204 4423
    matt.mcdonald@nd.edu.au
    High School region:
    North Sydney and Northern Beaches

    Jackie Moreno
    02 8204 4632
    Jackie.moreno@nd.edu.au
    High School region:
    Outer South-west

    Karina Marshall
    02 8204 4694
    karina.marshall@nd.edu.au
    High School region:
    West and Sutherland Shire

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