Bond University is Australia’s first and largest private and
independent university. It offers dynamic courses which equip graduates with the
skills and knowledge needed to meet the challenges of today’s
‘internationalized’ world in industry, business or technology.
Its teaching methods focus on high quality and personalized
instruction. The University’s unique system of three
semesters in each academic year allows for an accelerated degree. The
three-semester system is also an attractive option for study abroad
students. International students from more than 40
countries are welcomed each year at Bond University.
The University is located on the Gold Coast in
Queensland. The campus is situated between the coast and the sub-tropical
hinterland area. Brisbane is one hour's drive to the north. The Gold Coast
has convenient access to domestic and international airports at
Coolangatta and Brisbane.
The University has earned a formidable reputation for a number of its
programs, including the internationally MOOT CORP winning MBA, its
Law programs, its innovative Information Technology courses, Business
programs which ‘deliver practical excellence’ and its range of courses in
Film & Television and those which focus on Australia. There is also a
Hospitality Management program that offers opportunities for part of the
course being undertaken through large hotel chains.
Bond University welcomes study abroad students. Study
Abroad options are available across all faculties and international
students often choose to enroll in subjects unique to the Australian
environment and culture.
For admission information you can fill out
their online information form.
Alternatively, you can also send
a mail requesting admission papers.
AT A GLANCE
||Gold Coast, Queensland|
|On campus enrollment
|Size of campus:
|Standard subject load:
||3 or 4 subjects per semester|
||On-campus residential college, off-campus homestay,
apartment or house;|
||Business, Hotel Management, Law, Computing Science,
Information Technology, Multimedia, Communications, Australian
Studies, Psychology, Film & Television, International Relations,
Marketing, Banking, Finance, Asian Studies and Languages, Commerce,