Bond University

By | December 15, 2022

ROBINA, AUSTRALIA

Brief information

Established in 1989, Bond University is Australia ‘s first private university to offer both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in subjects such as Business, Law, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sustainable Development & Architecture and Health Sciences and Medicine. Those who study here feel in good hands on campus in a large community. In the course of their studies, the students also gain a lot of practical experience, so that the transition to professional life is not difficult. Check fun-wiki for more universities.

The university is known for its excellent teaching. For years in a row, Bond University has been awarded the highest five-star rating in various areas of the “Good Universities Guide”. Among other things, Bond University received this award in 2012 for the areas “Student to Staff Ratio”, “Staff Qualifications”, “All Graduates: Teaching Quality”, “All Graduates: Overall Satisfaction”, “All Graduates: Generic Skills” and some more. The rather unusual subdivision of the academic year for Australia

The fact that Bond University covers three semesters enables both local and international students to complete their studies in a much shorter time than is possible at universities with only two semesters per year. Despite its comparatively short existence, Bond University already has a widespread alumni network, which benefits current students and new graduates.

  • Bond University website

University facts

Year of foundation: 1989

University Type: Private University

Number of Students: Total 4100, 2900 Undergraduate, 1200 Postgraduate, International 1450

Accreditations:

  • AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00017B
  • MCEETYA (Ministerial Council on Education, Employment and Youth Affairs)
  • EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System)

Academic year:

The academic year at Bond University is divided into three trimesters.

Study programs

  • Academic gap year
  • postgraduate studies
  • semester abroad
  • bachelor’s degree
  • LLM
  • Master’s degree
  • MBA
  • promotion
  • language courses

International students have the opportunity to study at the university for one or two semesters as part of Bond University’s Study Abroad semester programme. The students can choose from the extensive range of courses in the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Courses are offered at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Business, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, Faculty of Law and the Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture. Participants in the Study Abroad semester program must be enrolled as full-time students

during their stay at Bond Universitybe. This means that they must take at least three courses per semester, but many Study Abroad students take as many as four courses.

  • Bond University semester program

Fees

  • Trimester 3 2022

Tuition

$12940.00

OSHC (health insurance)

$249.00

Student Activities Fee

$102.00

Tuition fees include taking up to four courses per trimester.

There are also additional costs for the Overseas Students Health Cover of AUD 249.

  • Tuition fees at Bond University

Financing options

To finance a semester abroad at Bond University, students can apply for foreign BAföG , among other things. In order to be able to receive BAföG abroad, you have to study at Bond University for at least two trimesters. In addition to support for living expenses, travel expenses and health insurance, the Auslands-BAföG also includes a subsidy towards tuition fees of up to EUR 4,600 if there is an individual entitlement to funding.

Requirements

Applicants to Bond University’s “Study Abroad” program must have completed at least their first year of study at their home university at the time of their departure to Australia and have a proficiency in English that is demonstrated by passing a minimum score on a standardized English test such as the IELTS or the TOEFL must be proven.

Alternatively, German applicants with an English grade of at least 7 points or better can enclose their certificate together with a DAAD test.

In individual cases, higher scores may be required for master’s courses. We will be happy to provide more details on request.

The language skills can be proven by one of the following test results or documents:

Undergraduate postgraduate
DAAD language test C1 level C1 level
English grade high school 7 7
IELTS 6.0-6.5 6.5-7.0
TOEFL (internet based) 65-98 65-98

The language certificate can be submitted up to two months before the start of the program.

  • Bond University Academic Application Requirements
  • Bond University language application requirements

Degrees/Courses

Degrees/Courses in English – Undergraduate

  • Bachelor of Actuarial Science
  • Bachelor of Actuarial Science (3 Year Program)
  • Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Actuarial Science / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science
  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Business (3 Year Program)
  • Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Social Science
  • Bachelor of Business Data Analytics
  • Bachelor of Business Data Analytics (3 Year Program)
  • Bachelor of Business Law
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Commerce (3 Year Program)
  • Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelors of Communication
  • Bachelor of Communication (Business)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Business) / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Communication/Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying
  • Bachelor of Creative Arts
  • Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Criminology
  • Bachelor of Design in Architecture
  • Bachelor of Digital Transformation
  • Bachelor of Entrepreneurial Transformation
  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Performance
  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science
  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science and Doctor of Physiotherapy
  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science and Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice
  • Bachelor of Film and Television
  • Bachelor of Film and Television (3 Year Program)
  • Bachelor of Global Studies (Sustainability)
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Occupational Therapy
  • Bachelor of Health Transformation
  • Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management
  • Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management (3 Year Program)
  • Bachelor of International Relations
  • Bachelor of International Relations (3-year program)
  • Bachelor of International Relations / Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of International Relations / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Journalism
  • Bachelor of Journalism / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Jurisprudence
  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Legal Transformation
  • Bachelor of Policy, Philosophy and Economics
  • Bachelor of Policy, Philosophy and Economics / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Project Management
  • Bachelor of Property
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science / Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelors of Social Sciences
  • Bachelor of Sports Management

Studies/Courses in English – Postgraduate

  • Master of Accounting
  • Master of Accounting (Professional)
  • Master of Accounting / Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Actuarial Practice
  • Master of Actuarial Science
  • Master of Actuarial Science (Professional)
  • Master of Actuarial Science (Specialisation)
  • Master of Architecture
  • Master of Architecture (Professional)
  • Master of Architecture / Master of Project Management
  • Masters of Arts
  • Master of Arts (TESOL)
  • Master of Building Information Modeling and Integrated Project Delivery
  • Master of Building Surveying
  • Masters of Business
  • Master of Business (Professional)
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Business Administration (Professional)
  • Master of Business Administration / Master of Project Management
  • Master of Business Data Analytics
  • Master of Business Data Analytics (Professional)
  • Master of City Planning
  • Master of City Planning (Professional)
  • Master of City Planning / Master of Project Management
  • Master of Communication
  • Master of Communication (Professional)
  • Master of Communication / Master of Project Management
  • Master of Construction Practice
  • Master of Construction Practice (Professional)
  • Master of Construction Practice / Master of Project Management
  • Master of Criminology
  • Master of Criminology (Professional)
  • Master of Criminology / Master of Project Management
  • Master of Finance
  • Master of Finance (Professional)
  • Master of Finance / Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Financial Management
  • Master of Financial Management (Professional)
  • Master of Healthcare Innovations
  • Master of International Hotel and Tourism Management
  • Master of International Hotel and Tourism Management (Professional)
  • Master of International Relations
  • Master of International Relations (Professional)
  • Master of International Relations/Master of Project Management
  • Master of Laws
  • Master of Laws in Commercial Law
  • Master of Laws in Enterprise Governance
  • Master of Laws in Family Dispute Resolution
  • Master of Legal Administration
  • Masters of Management
  • Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice
  • Master of Occupational Therapy
  • Masters of Philosophy
  • Master of Professional Psychology
  • Master of Project Innovation
  • Master of Project Innovation / Master of Project Management
  • Master of Project Management
  • Master of Project Management (Professional)
  • Master of Psychology (Clinical)
  • Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences)
  • Masters of Sports Management
  • Master of Sports Management (Professional)
  • Master of Sport Management / Master of Project Management
  • Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning
  • Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning (Professional)
  • Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning / Master of Project Management
  • Master of Valuation and Property Development
  • Master of Valuation and Property Development (Professional)
  • Master of Valuation and Property Development / Master of Project Management

Campus

On Queensland’s Gold Coast, Bond University’s campus is in the town of Robina. As with many Australian private universities, most of the buildings here are made of sandstone, which is characteristic of the area.

They stretch along a boardwalk that leads to a man-made lake. This forms the center of the university campus with its charismatic, two-wing “Arch Building” designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki.

All facilities are state-of-the -art, providing students with a state-of-the-art learning environment.

  • Bond University campus map

Housing

Bond University students can either live on campus or find private accommodation, for which detailed information is available from the university.

The following accommodation options are available:

  • student residence
  • Private apartments / hotels
  • guest families

The university town of Robina

Robina is a suburb of the Gold Coast City, on the Australian Gold Coast in the state of Queensland, and has over 30,000 inhabitants. The city is a master-planned suburb designed by Sinhalese industrialist Dr. Robin Loh was planned in the 1970s to 1980s. The number of inhabitants has developed from practically zero in the early 1980s to over 30,000 today, making it the third largest suburb on the Gold Coast. Robina has everything a modern city needs and is just a few miles from the world famous Gold Coast Beaches and Gold Coast City.

The Gold Coast is part city and part county in south-eastern Queensland. In total, the Gold Coast has more than 520,000 residents. Above all, it is known and loved for its almost 60 kilometers of beaches that stretch along the coast. On the beaches with evocative names such as Surfers Paradise, Coolangata, Tallebudgera, Miami and many others you can either surf or just spend a quiet day on white sandy beaches. Gold Coast City was formed by the merging of numerous smaller towns and cities along what is now the Gold Coast. It is thus an association of cities that are under the administration of the Gold Coast City Council. In addition to the beaches, the Gold Coast City also has other things to offer. There are numerous shopping opportunities, theme parks such as Seaworld, Dreamworld or Warner Bros Movie World and a lively nightlife. With a trip to the so-called “back country”, those who would like to get to know the original Australia with its dry bush landscape will also get their money’s worth. A trip to Brisbane, the capital of the state of Queensland, is also possible, as it is only 80 km away.

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