Bond University is Australia’s first private, non for profit university, offering a personalized academic environment that enables graduates to exceed the outer limits of their potential in their career and in life.
Created in the scholarly traditions of pre-eminent private universities of world standing, Bond University challenges students to be leaders and thinkers; taking them beyond the accepted definition of a university education to develop initiative, enterprise, ambition, and a lifelong commitment to making a meaningful contribution to their field.
All students have access to unparalleled academic and technological resources on Bond’s world class Gold Coast campus (on Australia’s east coast).
Bond’s personalized approach to education combined with its uncompromising focus on industry relevance sets Bond University apart from every other Australian university.
Students thrive in smaller study groups where eminent professors and industry experienced lecturers know them by name.
Students have open access to industry leaders, corporate high flyers, and notable achievers who actively participate in Bond’s guest speaker programs. Students are given the opportunity to study overseas through established partnerships with some of the world’s leading universities and research facilities.
And by undertaking three semesters per year instead of the usual two, students complete their degree studies 12 months or more before their colleagues from other universities, thereby gaining a vital advantage in the ultra competitive careers market.
This advantage is further driven by graduates themselves. Many within Bond’s close knit global network of alumni now hold upper echelon management and partnership positions in blue chip organizations around the world and maintain that their Bond experience was a key factor in fast tracking their careers.
Ultimately, the results speak for themselves. The 2009 Good Universities Guide rates Bond as Australia's best Graduate Outcomes and Educational Experience.
Third party research also shows that employers know Bond graduates are better prepared for the workplace than any other university graduates.
At Bond, we believe that potential becomes limitless when you combine ambition with opportunity. In fact, we not only share your ambition, we bring it to life.
Bond University offers undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in Law, Business, Technology and Sustainable Development, International Hotel, Resort and Tourism Management, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Health Sciences and Medicine.
Bond University has earned a formidable reputation for a number of its programs with Bond’s law and business courses have been assessed as the best in Australia by the Graduate Careers Council Rankings, as have several degree courses within the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
One of Bond’s Law School graduates won the internationally prestigious Rhode Scholarship. Bond’s M.B.A. students have excelled in the renowned ‘Moot Corp’ Venture Planning Competition, winning the competition on three occasions (1994, 1996, and 2000) and being placed in the finals more times than any other university.
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There are four different accommodation options including single and shared bathroom, single and own bathroom, and twin and own bathroom. Visit our website (www.bond.edu.au/accommodation) for more information.
Bond University has a preferred accommodation provider which can assist you and finding accommodation off campus.
Prices range from approximately AUD$150 per week. Homestay is also available to students.
All facilities and services are available to new students. These facilities are all within easy walking distance and include two coffee houses, eateries, a university bookshop, a wide variety of lecture theatres, numerous computer labs, case study and seminar rooms, two libraries, film and TV studios, a tavern, post office, access to a doctor and nurse on campus, and a 24 hour on site security service. We also have a full sized fitness centre including sport/cardio equipment and gym, Olympic sized swimming pool, full aerobics schedule (spinning/RPM, pilates, boxercise, etc.), sporting fields, and indoor sports.
Bond University prides itself on personalized service provided to students during and after their studies. To assist graduating students with their transition to the work force, the University has a team of dedicated career development managers. Students from the Faculties of Business, Humanities and Social Sciences, Information Technology, Law, and Health Sciences can benefit from the knowledge and contacts gained by the career development managers during years of relevant industry experience.
Bond also has a Career Development Office, which offers a number of services to students including CV and resume preparation, workshops on how to find jobs, how to network, career planning, etc. The office will also assist you with part-time/casual work during your studies, and locating internships and work after graduation.
The University’s award winning $12 million dollar sports centre features basketball, tennis, badminton, volleyball and squash courts, rugby, soccer and hockey fields, a fully equipped gymnasium, and a heated Olympic size swimming pool. All students have full access to these facilities as well as free aerobics, boxercise, circuit training, and yoga classes. Numerous Olympic athletes attend Bond University to make use of its first class training facilities. Please visit our Web site.
With over 25% of Bond students living on-campus, there are many opportunities for student initiated clubs and activities. Hundreds of options also exist off-campus and students can arrange day or weekend trips for activities such as surfing, bush walking, horse riding, rock climbing, and camping. Please visit our Web site.
Over 70 sporting, cultural, and entertainment based clubs and societies exist within the University including golf, net ball, scuba diving, rugby, dance, rowing, hockey, drama, soccer, music, basketball, rock climbing, volleyball, debating, surfing, boxing, aikido, photography, badminton, cricket, lacrosse, touch football, pool, jiu jitsu, and ten pin bowling. Please visit our website.
Numerous computer labs fitted with the latest technology are available for student use on campus at Bond with some labs being open 24 hours. Bond has one of the best students to computer ratios in Australia. All residence rooms and computer labs are fitted with free Internet access and students are also provided with their own free e-mail account.
A number of societies can be found at Bond, which represents the many diversified cultures and nationalities on campus. These include the Swedish, Norwegian, Thai, Indonesian, African, Chinese, German, Malaysian, Canadian, Indian, and the Latin student associations. Please visit our Web site.
Bond has a doctor, nurse, trained counsellors, psychologists, and other support staff available on campus all year round to assist students with academic, health, and personal matters. Please visit our Web site.
Bond has over 42 exchange partner institutions throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia including Duke University, Northwestern University, Washington and Lee University, Lally School of Management and Technology, University of Pittsburgh, University of Western Ontario, The University of British Columbia, Norwegian School of Management, University of Oslo, Lund University, Bonn University, Marburg University, Copenhagen Business School, University of Maastricht, and Leiden University.
Bond University is one of Australia’s true international universities with international students making up approximately 50% of the campus population. Students and faculty come from every Australian state and more than 80 overseas countries.
By appointment, campus tours can be arranged through the International Office at Bond University. Please e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bond University’s Student Council exists to enhance campus life, not only through it’s social and cultural clubs, but also by ensuring that Bond students have an independent voice in the administration of the University.
Modified on July 15, 2010