The Graduate Diploma of Business in Global Hotel Leadership provides an introduction to advanced study in contemporary leadership techniques as they apply to the global hotel and hospitality sectors. The curriculum is built on hotel leadership/management principles.
The Bachelor of Arts focuses on human cultures, values and beliefs that will broaden your mind with challenging ideas. This course fosters transferable skills that are highly valued across all sectors - qualities such as communication, analysis, critical thinking and problem solving.
The Bachelor of Contemporary Music prepares you for a portfolio career in music - the multi-faceted career pathway that is now most common for contemporary musicians. Students participate in collaborative, practical music-making activities throughout the degree.
Students wishing to enter the BCM must complete the audition/interview process prior to entry into the course.
Graduates who have a recognised Bachelor's degree in a subject such as English, mathematics, drama, history, geography, business studies or theology can transition into secondary teaching by completing the Master of Secondary Teaching at The University of Notre Dame Australia. The degree can be completed in as little as 18 months, which includes a significant practical teaching component and the opportunity to teach one or more specialist subjects.
Applicants for this program must hold a Bachelor's degree from a recognised higher education provider. Students who have English as an additional language and are admitted on the basis of an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) assessment, or an equivalent English language proficiency assessment, are only admitted if they have attained an overall IELTS (or equivalent) score of 8.0 (with no score below 7.0 in any of the four skills areas and a score of no less than 8.0 in speaking and listening).