The University of Notre Dame Australia is a leading institution in Australia, with campuses in Sydney, Perth and Broome. There are also an additional seven Clinical Schools in New South Wales and Victoria, which are part of its School of Medicine. The University prides itself on providing a personalised learning experience for each student.
Students are given plenty of opportunities to gain professional work experience during their studies, and can take advantage of the many industry partners at Notre Dame, allowing for them to gain work experience and build up contacts for their future career. The University also boasts one of the highest graduate employment rates in the country. During their time studying, students are offered individual career support, covering everything from CV writing to brushing up on their interview skills.
The University offers a wide range of support for students during their time studying, including study workshops, a confidential counselling service, additional academic support, mentoring programs, disabled support and dedicated International Student Support Officers.
Across the different campuses, students have the chance to get involved in some of the many clubs and societies on offer, allowing for them to gain new skills outside of the classroom. These range from the Journalism and Film Association to the Basketball Association.
During their time at Notre Dame, it is possible for students to spend some of their time in another country in one of the partner universities across Europe, the UK, USA, Canada and Asia, which helps them learn about another culture and add value to their CV at the same time.