Unearthing the past
“Uncovering artefacts that tell stories of WA’s past is truly rewarding,” says Notre Dame Bachelor of Arts graduate, Georgia.
“Notre Dame gives students practical opportunities to relive history. We do digs at Peel Town. You learn so much because it’s hands-on. You rotate through different roles, sometimes digging or archiving, it’s really broad,” says Georgia.
The archaeology and geography student chose to study at Notre Dame after attending an Open Day in year 10. She instantly felt at ease due to the vibrant community and town element of the Fremantle Campus, factors which made Notre Dame her first choice.
“The community makes Notre Dame unique. It’s a nice community and you get to know your lecturers. It’s nice to have that sense of community.”
“Notre Dame really grows you as a person, not just as a student.”
Find out more about Bachelor of Arts (Major: Archaeology).