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Bond University is the first private, not for provide University opened in Gold Coast, Queensland in 1989.Bond University is known for its three-year per semester timetable, unlike most Australian Universities which operate on a two-semester-per year timetable.
Bond University is renowned for its courses on legal education, ranked amongst the top 3 in graduate employability in Australia.
Faculties and Schools
The University offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses through four faculties:
The Bond University campus houses several state-of-the-art facilities and recreation facilities including:
Bond Universities has a range of scholarships for international students, including:
The India Excellence Scholarship is offered to international students from India, pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Bond University. The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate high academic abilities and will be awarded part-tuition fee reduction.
To be eligible, the students must be residing outside Australia, and have received an offer to commence studies in an undergraduate or postgraduate program.
Students enrolled in Master of Psychology, Bachelor of Medical Studies, Study Abroad and Exchange programs or a Doctor of Physiotherapy are not eligible for this scholarship.
The Transformer scholarship is awarded to students pursuing both undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Bond University.
It is a co-curricular program that allows students to tackle real-world problems. The scholarship is awarded to students that demonstrate self-direction, is highly motivated and wanting to work in collaborative teams on challenging projects. The students are supported throughout the program by Bond academic staff, industry experts, mentors, essential resources and state of the art facilities.
The scholarships are valued at 50% of the total tuition fee for any single Bachelor or Master degree program, and awarded to students that demonstrate the ability to affect real change by participating in the transformer program.
To be eligible for the program, applicants must demonstrate strong leadership skills, community involvement, potential to affect change and extensive involvement in extra curricular activities.
Bond University Student Association (BUSA) is the University’s student organization, responsible for acting as the students’ voice on all university issues, support related to clubs, societies and associations, on campus events and more.
The campus is continuously buzzing with excitement with regular free concerts, fundraisers, barbeques, networking nights, community campaigns, guest lecture talks and presentations, as well as the University’s annual job and internship fair.
Clubs and Societies
The university offers a range of student clubs including:
The Bond University Sports Centre offers weightlifting and boxing circuit rooms, with weekly timetables for aerobics, Pilates, yoga or TRX. Students can additionally de-stress in the spa, sauna or swimming pool at the sports centre.
Bond University offers several housing options for international students on-campus from single rooms, share rooms to flats.
*All room rates are inclusive of utilities (Electricity, water) as well as Wi-Fi, laundry facilities and weekly cleaning costs.
All student accommodation is fully furnished and air conditioned, and includes:
Shared facilities include laundry and kitchenettes, with basic facilities like a fridge, kettle, microwave, sandwich press and sink (Residents living in flats will also have access to a single hotplate).
Common rooms include a tv, couch and dining table.