Before the Day
Why should I attend the event?
A Day in the Life of a Uni Student will provide you with an opportunity to experience what it’s like to study here at Notre Dame. You’ll be able to attend a variety of sessions (lectures, workshops etc.) that will give you a taste of student life. There will also be plenty of time to chat one-on-one with academics, staff and current students, tour our unique campus and enjoy tasty treats! You will also be able to book personalised Advice Sessions with our friendly Student Advisors to gain course advice and application assistance.
Do I need to register to attend the event?
Yes, registration is essential. We recommend registering early, as popular options may fill up. Once you’re registered, it means that you’ve secured your place!
I’m interested in postgraduate study. Can I attend the event?
A Day in the Life of a Uni Student has been designed with undergraduate students in mind. If you’re interested in exploring postgraduate study, one of our upcoming webinars may be of interest. You can find out more here.
I’m an international student. Can I attend the event?
Yes! International students are more than welcome to attend the event and learn all about life here at Notre Dame.
On the Day
What time is the event being held?
The event officially runs from 10am – 1pm AEDT. You’ll be able to check-in and collect your personalised schedule and gift bag from 9:30am onwards. However, please note that if you select to be a Philosophy & Theology student for the day, your schedule and timings will differ slightly.
Can I bring my parents and/or family members with me?
The opportunity to experience university life has been designed for Year 10, 11 & 12 students. We encourage students to independently attend all their scheduled morning sessions, before inviting their parents and/or family members to join them for lunch.
Which campus will I need to attend?
If you register to be a Medicine or Nursing student for the day, you will need to attend the event on our Darlinghurst Campus - 160 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst.
If you register to be an Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, Law or Philosophy & Theology student for the day, you will need to attend the event on our Broadway Campus – 140 Broadway, Chippendale.
How do I get to the Darlinghurst Campus?
The Darlinghurst Campus is only a short 10-minute walk from Kings Cross Station. There are also a number of buses that stop right outside the University. We recommend making use of public transport to get to/from the Darlinghurst Campus.
However, paid parking options are available nearby at Secure Parking (46-48 Riley Street, Woolloomooloo) and Wilson Parking (70 Riley Street, Darlinghurst).
How do I get to the Broadway Campus?
The Broadway Campus is only a short 10-minute walk from either Central or Redfern stations. There are also a number of buses that stop right outside the University. Parking wise, free 1-hour and 2-hour parking is available in surrounding streets. Paid parking is available at the nearby Broadway Shopping Centre.
After the Day
I still have more questions! Who can I talk to?
You can give our Prospective Students Office a call on (02) 8204 4404 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also book a personalised 1-on-1 Advice Session with one of our experienced Student Advisors here for a day and time that suits you.