As a direct-entry university, Notre Dame's admissions process is unique and goes beyond a single score. Entry is based not only on your academic record as your personal qualities, motivation to study, contribution to school or community life are also considered. Plus you'll get the opportunity to ask us questions when we get to know you at an interview.
You will need to apply directly to our in-house Admissions Office, not through the TISC system. The application process involves the following 5 stages:
If you are an international student please register here.
We know you're more than your ATAR, that's why we ask you to tell us about yourself and your motivations for studying your chosen course. It's a key part of our unique admissions process, which goes beyond a single score.
Tell us about your passions, dreams, motivations and any work or community experience you have had. Your personal statement should be 300 words and reflect your aspirations, interests and any work or community experience. Here are some prompt questions to get you started:
If you are in Year 12, you can apply as soon as you have received your mid-year results. For those who have finished school or completed other studies at a Registered Training Organisation or other Higher Education Provider, you can apply at any time as applications and offers are processed as they are received by the Admissions Office.
If this is your first degree, you will fall under one of these three categories of undergraduate applicants:
Questions? Please call us on 08 9433 0537.
For details about our Admissions terminology & criteria, and student profile data, please refer to the Supplementary Admissions Information Guide.