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The Bachelor of Health Promotion (Preventive Health) from The University of Notre Dame Australia provides an exciting pa…
Entry Requirements
Academic requirements for this program are outlined below.  In addition, to be eligible for admission, all applicants need to satisfy minimum requirements outlined at admission requirements. These include those relating to age and English Language Proficiency.  We also consider your application more broadly – your non-academic achievements (such as any previous leadership roles, volunteering, work, church and/or community involvement) as well as personal qualities - your aspirations and interests and your capacity to complete your chosen program.Applicants with recent Secondary Education:Indicative ATAR of 70 with a score of 50+ in ATAR English, ATAR Literature or ATAR English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EALD) ORMinimum International Baccalaureate (IB) score of 24Applicants with Higher Education StudyOther university studies completed at undergraduate level or higher, a minimum of 4 successfully completed subjects; ORSuccessful completion of the Notre Dame Tertiary Pathway Program.Applicants who have successfully completed subjects at another University, which are relevant to the selected program of study, may be eligible for Advanced Standing.Applicants with Vocational Education and Training (VET) studyCompleted AQF Certificate IV or higher in a relevant discipline, from an accredited provider such as TAFE or a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).Applicants with Work and Life ExperienceApplicants who left secondary education more than two years previously and who have not undertaken VET or higher education study since then, but with relevant work and life experience. Such experience may include, but is not limited to:STAT scores of at least 135 in the Multiple Choice section and 140 in the Written English section are required OR    Mature-age completion of two Year 12 WACE or HSC exams with a resulting ATAR of 70 or above ORWestern Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) or equivalent results if these have been completed within the last 5 years.Please note: all applicants must be of school leaving age or older to apply.
Duration
3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
Study Mode
In person
ATAR
70
Graduate Satisfaction
92.10%

Bachelor

Work to assess, manage and prevent injury and disease within the workplace and in the broader community.
Entry Requirements
IELTS Academic (International English Language Testing System) Writing 6.0 Speaking 6.0 Reading 6.0 Listening 6.0 Overall band score 6.5
Intake Months
Feb, Jul
Study Mode
Online, In person
Tuition Fees
$9,370 per year
Graduate Satisfaction
75.70%

Bachelor

Help individuals, groups and communities improve their health and make the healthy choice an easy choice.
Entry Requirements
IELTS Academic (International English Language Testing System) Writing 6.0 Speaking 6.0 Reading 6.0 Listening 6.0 Overall band score 6.5
Intake Months
Feb, Jul
Duration
3 years full-time
Study Mode
Online, In person
Tuition Fees
$8,750 per year / $26,250 total
Graduate Satisfaction
75.70%

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