Bond University

Gold Coast, Queensland

Details

University Location Gold Coast, Queensland
Address 14 University Drive, Robina, QLD 4226
Main Campus Robina
City Population 600,000
Student Population 4,500
Int'l Student Population 2,100
Semester 1 Start January
Semester 2 Start May
Semester 3 Start September

Overview

Bond University is Australia’s leading independent, not-for-profit university. Bond offers a personalized academic environment that prepares you for success in your future career, goals and endeavours.

As Australia’s first private non-profit university, Bond University seeks to be recognized internationally as a leading independent university, imbued with a spirit to innovate, a commitment to influence and a dedication to inspire tomorrow’s professionals who share a personalized and transformational student experience.

Students at Bond are prepared for the global workforce by gaining international experience during their degrees, inside and outside of the classroom. Bond programs take a worldview on teaching, and you will have international opportunities from clinical placements in the Solomon Islands to Model UN competitions in Japan.

Why Study Here?

Bond’s personalized approach to education combined with its uncompromising focus on industry relevance sets Bond University apart from every other Australian university. As a Bond student, you will thrive in smaller study groups where eminent professors and industry-experienced lecturers know you by name.

Bond also runs three full semesters a year, with intakes in January, May, and September. This means you can complete a standard bachelor’s degree in just two years. It also means you will be out in the workforce up to a year ahead of the rest, earning sooner.

Canadians often say that one of the best things about studying at Bond is the social life. With a much smaller student population than other universities, it’s easy to meet others from Australia and around the world!

Some popular Bond University programs for Canadian students include law, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy.

Location Details

Bond University is set on a 66-hectare campus at Robina on Queensland’s Gold Coast, a multicultural, vibrant place to live. Gold Coast City has been identified as one of the most desirable places in the world to live ranked on political, social, economic and environmental factors as well as personal safety and health.

The Gold Coast has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The most popular of the Coast’s 21 beaches are a haven for surfers and fishermen, and include perfect swimming beaches with volleyball, surfing, picnic and barbecue areas, trendy beach markets, bike tracks, children’s playgrounds and whale-watching headlands.

Weather
Can you say sunny? The Gold Coast has more than 300 days of sunshine per year! Average temperatures in summer range from 20°C to 28°C and in the winter, the average temperature range is from 11°C to 21°C.

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“Small classes with lots of time to participate”

Great university, just as oztrekk explained! Small classes with lots of time to participate.

Bond University Ali S
Juris Doctor
Bond University, 2019

“…the smaller class sizes makes keeping up with programs and finding mentors within the school super easy”

Yes, it is a beautiful campus. the social life there is phenomenal and makes me wish I was still a party guy, but the smaller class sizes makes keeping up with programs and finding mentors within the school super easy. This really is exactly what I want to do and I am learning things that I always wished I could have been.

Bond University Michael M
Juris Doctor
Bond University, 2019

“It is a good environment with lots of resource”

It is a good environment with lots of resources that students have access to. Most of the professors are very committed to our success and learning process.

Bond University Julietta O
Juris Doctor
Bond University, 2019

“Top notch education”

Yes I do like Bond University. Top notch education and the teacher to student ratio makes it a great learning environment. The program is difficult but I love the profession ...I am enjoying the program.  Be sure to refresh your anatomy and do a bit of prep work in the coming months of your departure. It will make a world of difference.

Bond University Simon M
Doctor of Physiotherapy
Bond University, 2019

“There are small classes which helps facilitate my learning”

So far I am enjoying Bond, the staff are the kindest people I have ever met and the campus is absolutely stunning. I am enjoying it so far. There are small classes which helps facilitate my learning, the professors are nice and welcoming. The only negative is that the OT program is on the other campus, not on Bond main campus.

Bond University Amy D
Master of Occupational Therapy
Bond University, 2019

“I love the small class sizes”

I love the small class sizes and all the close interactions with professor as it helps to facilitate better learning.

Bond University Catherine P
Doctor of Physiotherapy
Bond University, 2019

“I love my uni and the program.”

I love my uni and the program. It's very challenging and intense and hard (although that's expected on any law school) but there are so many opportunities and support given.

Bond University Maryam H.
Bond University, 2018

“…all of the professors know you by name”

I love the small community feel to the university, all of the professors know you by name and are there to help you succeed.

Bond University Alexander L
Physio
Bond University, 2018

“…the teacher to student ratio is so good!”

Bond is great! The facilitators and teachers are very personable and the teacher to student ratio is so good! It's a fast paced course so sometimes I feel so far behind and unable to stay caught up.

Bond University Tricia S
Bond University, 2018

“The staff do care about your physiotherapy process here”

Both campuses are great. The main campus is absolutely beautiful if most of your classes are there. The staff do care about your physiotherapy process here, which is hard to find.

Bond University Kai-Jing L
Bond University, 2018