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Experience Day 2017 – Thursday 5 January 2017

Information for Year 12 leavers receiving their final results

If you have students thinking about going to uni in 2017 and who want to explore options at Notre Dame after they receive their final Year 12 results, encourage them to join us for Experience Day on Thursday 5 January. Notre Dame goes beyond the ATAR as an indicator of potential; we intentionally look for more. We look at academic achievement as well as individual desires and motivations, areas of interest, service inside and outside school, individual subject strengths and much more. We also look at Year 12 results as we need to know the student can manage the workload of the course they want to do.

  • If a student expects to get the results that will get them directly into a degree – that’s great – for most courses our indicative (approximate) ATAR is 70. For Law the indicative ATAR is 90.
  • We also realise that sometimes, students get results that are below what they were expecting or perhaps they weren’t eligible to receive an ATAR.  Maybe they weren’t even considering uni in Years 11 and 12 but now want to go. That’s OK too as there’s a uni pathway for those who want to build their skills and confidence before moving into a Bachelor degree.

Experience Day provides the opportunity for students to visit the campus at Broadway to explore course options for 2017. Students can take a campus tour, chat with current students and staff, explore their course interests, get involved in a range of activities and lodge an application and enrol on the day if they wish.

Thursday 5 January 2017

9.00am – 3.00pm

Broadway Campus, 104 Broadway

Register at Experience Day 5 January  or just arrive on the day

 

Uni Options Day Saturday 17 December – course information and admissions office open

With ATARs being released on Friday 16 December, the Notre Dame Prospective Students and Admissions Office at 140 Broadway will be open until 5pm on Friday 16 December and from 9am-3pm on Saturday 17 December for students who would like to explore their options after receiving their results. Students are welcome to bring any family and friends to take part in the discussions.

 

Twilight Topics – Nursing

Students interested in a career in Nursing are invited to the next Twilight Topics evening on Thursday 8 December between 5pm and 7pm at the Prospective Students office, 140 Broadway. Students can arrive any time between 5pm and 7pm.

The Dean of the School of Nursing, Tracey Moroney will be on hand to answer any questions and provide information about Notre Dame’s highly-rated Nursing degree.

Register at Nursing Twilight Topics 8 December

 

 

Future Makers:  Summer Holiday Workshops
9–13 January and 16–20 January 2017, 9.30am–4pm 

Spark your child’s imagination this Summer School Holidays with Future Makers, a series of art classes exploring different themes and materials for budding artists aged 10–14.

Future Makers is an incubator of ideas designed to encourage creativity and exploration, as well as a fostering lifelong interest in the arts by introducing students to the exciting world of contemporary art.

Presenting 30 engaging modules covering ceramics, painting, drawing, photomedia and printmaking, Future Makers is led by experienced arts educators at the historic National Art School campus in Darlinghurst.

Cost: per day $130 / entire five-day program $550 – bookings essential

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Special family discount offer

Treat your family to a week of creativity at the National Art School. Book into Future Makers, and receive a 15% discount on a Summer School short course. To book please contact 9339 8633 or shortcourses@nas.edu.au

 

 

Vicki Lavorato

Acting Vocational Learning Coordinator