Bond University’s multi-modal learning
Why is Bond University’s multi-modal learning so great?
Whether you’re studying on campus in Australia, or beginning your studies from overseas, as a Bond University student you will enjoy the exceptional educational experience the university is known for.
You will have the flexibility to start your study on campus or remotely, depending on your circumstances and program. This means you will be joining a multi-modal classroom where students who can attend campus will participate in tutorials, seminars, workshops and lab sessions face to face, learning alongside students joining classes remotely.
While the future may seem uncertain, one thing is for sure. You will access Bond’s personal attention, individual support and be part of a close community of like-minded students—no matter where you’re located.
Multi-modal class delivery means you can begin your studies and join the Bond community, regardless of your location. Students from Canada and the United States can join us in classes virtually, learning alongside students who are attending classes on campus. Some subjects and programs may have aspects of the course being delivered entirely remotely, with every student participating online!
Support for Every Student
Every student has easy and equal access to the personalized student experience Bond is known for. As a Bondy, you will have the direct contact details of your academics, personal access to university support services, as well as the ability to book appointments with the Academic Skills Centre and Career Development Centre online.
Be an Adaptable Graduate
To stand out and be successful in your career, you’ll need to be able to thrive in a virtual environment, collaborate with teams across the globe, and adapt to ever-present change. Learning in a multi-modal classroom, you’ll be practicing these skills and developing all the qualities that will help you succeed in your future career.
What Do Students Say About Learning Online?
“Like many other international students, I was eager to begin my law studies abroad on the beautiful Gold Coast of Australia. When it was announced the COVID-19 restrictions would not be lifted in time for my first semester, I was skeptical if I would be able to handle the workload and difficulty of my degree. Thankfully, with the help of the professors, staff and other students at Bond, I have found the transition to studying remotely manageable.
“Being part of a remote/multi-modal class felt strange at first. It took time to adjust to a new schedule and to understand how everything would operate. Not only was I starting a postgraduate degree, which is challenging enough, I was having to adjust to a whole new way of study. Fortunately, as classes started and I became more comfortable with the remote learning platforms, I felt a true sense of community and like I was in this together with my classmates. The professors at Bond have shown they are more than willing to make themselves available for additional help. Consultation times are made to accommodate multiple time zones and additional resources for support are frequently shared in lectures. There is an emphasis on maintaining healthy and successful habits throughout the semester and resources for mental health support have been distributed if someone should need. I have found everything I need to be successful is available to me, you simply just have to ask.
“While I cannot wait to join everyone on campus at Bond, I have been surprised at how much I have enjoyed my experience so far given the circumstances. My advice for those considering remote study is to approach everything with a positive outlook and to maintain a regular schedule that emphasizes self-care. Virtual studies can be difficult at times, and it is easy to get discouraged, but I have felt a great sense of pride in overcoming these unique challenges and making the most of these unprecedented times.”
Joshua Derko, Juris Doctor, Canada
Bond Law School Juris Doctor
Program: Juris Doctor (JD)
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intakes: January, May, September
Duration: 2 years (6 semesters)