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Vice-Chancellor and President


Professor Tim Brailsford
www.bond.edu.au
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Campus locations

  • Robina, QLD

Bond University offers a personalised educational experience of the highest international standards and is dedicated to developing the next generation of corporate and community leaders.

Bond University is Australia's first private, not-for-profit university and has consistently rated most five stars out of any university in the educational experience category in the Good Universities Guide.

Bond offers accelerated degrees through its three-semester-per-year schedule which allows students to complete a six-semester bachelor degree in two years, or a master's in 12 months.

With an internationally diverse, close-knit community of approximately 4,200 students, Bond also has a five-star rating for Student to Staff ratio, enabling small class sizes that encourage productive engagement and individual mentoring. Classes are imbued with a distinctly global perspective. Collaborative, discussion-based teaching encourages students from some 80 countries worldwide to share their experiences and learn from each other.

Through the University’s extensive corporate partnerships, students have access to industry and opportunities for internships, scholarships, ground-breaking research, and graduate placements with a number of blue-chip organisations worldwide.

Students can also choose to broaden their horizons by participating in an international exchange program, with the opportunity to study relevant subjects at some of the world’s leading universities throughout Asia, Europe and North America. Bond also welcomes students from its partner institutions who wish to study in Australia for a semester through the Study Abroad program.

The University offers over 300 internationally recognised undergraduate and postgraduate (coursework and research) degrees across its Faculties of Law, Society & Design, Health Sciences & Medicine and Bond Business School. Also on campus are Bond College – offering university pathway programs – and the Bond University English Language Institute.

All students have access to state-of-the-art academic, technological and recreational facilities on Bond’s 50-hectare Gold Coast campus, in south-east Queensland. Extended library hours, 24/7 computer laboratories, an advanced multimedia learning centre, a Law Skills Centre modelled on the High Court of Australia, the Macquarie Trading Room, the Abedian School of Architecture and the 6 Star Green Star Sustainable Development building are just some of the 21st century facilities available exclusively to Bond students.

There is a wide array of on-campus accommodation and dining options with additional accommodation within walking distance of the campus. More than 70 on-campus sporting, recreation and special interest clubs operate on campus, fostering the tight-knit community spirit and complementing the student experience.

This personalised approach to education, combined with its uncompromising focus on industry relevance, the development of the global citizen, and the commitment to being part of a close-knit  community, sets Bond apart from every other Australian university.