Australia’s Lowest Student:Staff Ratio
Studying in small class groups, you’ll benefit from one-to-one mentoring from world renowned academics who know each of their students by name and take a personal interest in helping them achieve their study and career goals by:
- Offering individual assistance with study and assignment challenges
- Providing recommendations for internship opportunities
- Providing references for post-university job placements
- Maintaining an open-door policy
Tutoring & Study Support
Individual tutoring is available from fellow students achieving high grades in the relevant study areas and, for students living on campus, through the Resident Tutors.
Additional support is available to international students through the BondMate program, Student Learning Support and the International Student Support Office .
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences employs a full time Business Development Manager (Internships and Placements), who can assist you in your pursuit of your career.
In addition, Bond’s on-campus Career Development Centre (CDC) offers a wealth of one-on-one help with everything from resume preparation and company research through to job applications and interviews. The annual Careers Expo and CDC website puts you in touch with potential employers and career opportunities.
The Student Counsellors at Bond University offer a totally confidential counselling service to help you with anything from study pressures to personal problems.
If you are struggling with a lack of motivation, depression or are dealing with a severe trauma, you may find that one-on-one sessions with our counsellors will give you the skills to cope. They have excellent contacts with the wider healthcare community and can arrange specialist, professional assistance off campus, if required.