Notre Dame Symposium series The University of Notre Dame Australia is hosting the Symposium series for Year 11 and 12 students in June 2018.   The purpose of the Symposium series is to provide a real advantage to students by delivering seminars offering useful insights applicable to their examinations. The seminars will be delivered by staff from Notre Dame’s academics schools. There is no cost to attend this event and lunch is provided.   There will be four Symposiums running in 2018:

UNDA Newsletter May 2018

Health Sciences Symposium Monday 18 June 2018 ATAR PE Studies; ATAR Health Studies; ATAR Psychology Thomas Davies, Thomas.davies@nd.edu.au
Business Symposium Tuesday 19 June 2018 ATAR Accounting & Finance; ATAR Business Management & Enterprise; ATAR Economics Lexi Rollins, lexi.rollins@nd.edu.au.au
Humanities and Social Sciences Symposium Thursday 21 June 2018 ATAR Politics & Law; ATAR Philosophy & Ethics Michael Wade,future@nd.edu.au
Arts Symposium Friday 22 June 2018 ATAR Drama; ATAR Literature, ATAR English; ATAR Media Production & Analysis Hannah Murray, hannah.murray@nd.edu.au

  The program for each of the Symposiums is attached to this email.   How to register Fill out the attached registration form and return to the relevant email contact listed on the program by Friday, 25 May. Please note that there are limited spaces available in each stream and they will be filled on a first come, first served basis.   We look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the University.   If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact me.   Kind regards,   Liz Beal | Deputy Director Division of Admissions & Student Services Manager, Prospective Students Office   The University of Notre Dame Australia 23 High St (PO Box 1225) Fremantle WA 6959  T +61 8 9433 0530| M 0419 924 862 Liz.Beal@nd.edu.au nd.edu.au | CRICOS Provider: 01032F   WORK EXPERIENCE Year 11 and Year 12 students are invited to participate in a work experience program. Year 11 students are released one day a week from the 14th February until the 11 April WEDNESDAYS. Year 12 students are released one day a week from the 9 May until the 27th June. Release from school is to be arranged with Ms Gatey in the VET office.  Parents and family members are encouraged to support students to experience work experience.

Arts Symposium Program

Hass Symposium Program

Health Sciences Symposium Program

Business Symposium Program

Symposium Registration form




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Jobs & Skills WA website

Free Job and Skills Service centre opens in Joondalup at TAFE campus.


This service offers FREE Career, Training and Employment services to all students.

See link for further information.


Jobs & Skills WA website

Clarkson Campus Open Day

Students can come to our open day and talk to lecturers about a pre-apprenticeship in Bricklaying, Blocklaying, Tiling, Electrical, Metal Fabrication, Carpentry and Joinery, and Plastering trades.

Friday 27 July (10am – 2pm) Saturday 28 July (10am – 12pm) liam.cochran@nmtafe.wa.edu.au (enquiries)

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