About Bond University

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Founded in 1989 as Australia’s first private not-for-profit university, Bond University is a small-scale institute home to nearly 3,400 enrolled students. Located on a scenic 50-acre campus in the town of Robina in Australia’s famous Gold Coast region, the university is focused on providing world-class teaching faculty and programmes. 

The university has a high ratio of international students; nearly 1,600 of the overall enrollment is made up of international students. Bond University’s small class sizes allow you to benefit from greater one-on-one attention from your high-quality professors, and receive regular advice from them on your academic and professional goals. 

Bond University actively encourages international students to pursue their entrepreneurial and career goals alongside their academic degrees. The university recently established the Transformer entrepreneurship program, which includes a dedicated co-working space for you to develop start-ups alongside classmates, and engage with large business owners and entrepreneurs from across Australia. And the best part is that you can pursue the Transformer program for free while studying for your primary degree at the university! 

Unlike most other Australian universities, the university operates on a three-semester calendar. This allows international students to complete a standard bachelor’s degree in just two years instead of three, allowing you to begin employment sooner. With year-round sunshine and beautiful coastal scenery all around the Gold Coast region, you will also have access to multiple weekend destinations and relaxation spots during your time away from the classroom at Bond University. 

Courses are offered to international students at the university across four faculties:

  • Faculties of Health Science and medicine
  • Faculty of Society and Design
  • Bond Business School 
  • Faculty of Law

Courses at Bond University

There are 156 courses listed from Bond University. These are displayed below in alphabetical order:

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