Studies Abroad: Fremantle Australia Semester Programs
All students will be enrolled at the University of Notre Dame Australia for 15 credits. AL 375, Australian History and Society, is a required course which will satisfy a core requirement for history or political science. This course includes a field trip to aboriginal communities in the Kimberley region in the northern part of the province of Western Australia. Non-nursing students usually take an upper-division theology or philosophy class, the required class, and two other courses, chosen in consultation with the Director of Studies Abroad. Nursing students take one or two nursing classes and three or four core classes or electives, including the required AL 375.
Prerequisites for non-nursing students: Theology 101 and Philosophy 150.
Prerequisite for nursing students : Philosophy 150.
The Australia program costs $28,570 which includes tuition for 15 credit hours, housing, meals (weekly meal allowance and two community meals per week), a trip to Broome, local excursions, and health insurance. The cost of the program does not include airfare to Australia. Institutional financial aid does transfer, except for work study.
The fall program starts in July 20, 2015 and concludes in November 21, 2015. The spring program will begin in mid-February 2016 and end in mid-June 2016. Exact dates will be confirmed at a later date.
Students will live in the Hotel Cleopatra, a residence hall, on the university campus in Fremantle (the port city for Perth, Western Australia). The campus is close to a shopping district, fresh food markets, restaurants, coffee shops, and the beach. Perth is 15 minutes away by light rail. Students have access to full kitchen and dining facilities, and have a weekly food allowance. A residence director and a resident assistant from UP will live on site with the students.
For further information on this program, please contact:
Student Coordinator: Jessica Armatage at firstname.lastname@example.org