University of Notre Dame Australia

University of Notre Dame Australia

Fremantle , Australia
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 42
    Available Programs
  • 12000
  • 29000
    Average Cost
  • 80
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


University of Notre Dame is a modern Catholic University, operating in a world in which the vast speed of change is felt in nearly all aspects of our daily lives. It has an enrolment of over 12,000 students and offer a comprehensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The student experience, employment and graduate outcomes of this university are among the very best in Australia.

Entry requirements

English language entry requirements
The University of Notre Dame Australia requires applicants to achieve minimum academic and English language proficiency standards/requirements. This ensures that applicants are sufficiently competent in the English language, allowing them to participate effectively in their chosen program and achieve the expected program outcomes.

Applicants can demonstrate their English language proficiency by completing an English language test or through previous secondary or tertiary study as outlined at the English language proficiency requirements page.

Academic minimum entry requirements 
Academic minimum entry requirements depend on your country. For more information

Scholarship & funding

Notre Dame offers a range of scholarship programs for students.

Funded by the University, industry, individuals and non-profit organisations, scholarships are available to prospective and current students. While the selection criteria vary for each scholarship, community involvement and leadership roles, as well as academic performance and financial hardship, are considered as part of the application process.

For more information


Student life

At Notre Dame we seek to make an active and positive contribution to the wellbeing of Australia and Australians. We aim to give to, and learn from, the wider international community, by empowering our staff and students to develop a greater understanding of the interconnectedness of all peoples.