The University of Notre Dame, Australia

The University of Notre Dame, Australia

160 Oxford St. Darlinghurst / NSW View map





A private Catholic university based in Fremantle, Western Australia, the University of Notre Dame was established in 1989 by Reverend David T Link. The university places an emphasis on Catholic faith and values but offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, including sport science, economics, law and Aboriginal studies.

As well as its main campus in Fremantle, the university also has satellite campuses in Broome and Sydney. At both the Fremantle and Sydney campuses, a daily Mass is held at 12.35pm. Each campus is well-equipped with library facilities and student support services available include counselling, community service and study abroad opportunities. Notre Dame has several international partnerships with schools in North America, Asia and Europe, which mean it’s possible for students to study overseas for one or more semesters as part of their degree.

For those based at Fremantle, the city itself is small by Australian standards but extremely diverse.


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