Bond Opens Career Options for Students August 12, 2009 Bond University’s Career Development Centre (CDC) has recorded a tripling in student enquiries over the last 12 months as the global financial crisis tightens the employment market. The CDC, a non-compulsory student service that offers resume
Bond University student captures global audience with iPad app February 13, 2012 An iPad app developed for over-active Gen Y kitties has reached a global audience of felines and curious pet owners with 25,000 downloads, cracking the number one spot on the free iPad game charts since launching
Transitioning to University life can take some adjustment. At Bond University, there are a wide range of support services and facilities available to help students adjust quickly and easily to university life.
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A rookie star amongst the Bond community January 22, 2010 Sean Yoshiura, 18, made headlines around the country last December as the first Japanese player to make an AFL team and one of the youngest rookies signed. The Bond University Bachelor of Sports Science student was about to sit his final bio
The Indigenous Gala has become a signature event on the University’s annual calendar. It serves as both a major fundraising exercise and an opportunity to promote Indigenous culture to the wider student and corporate community. Under the patronage of Dr Patrick Corrigan AM, the event was introduced in 2010 as an art auction designed to raise funds for Indigenous student scholarships, grants and bursaries.
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THE role of the Healthy Kids Check in prevention and early intervention remains important but its effectiveness as a one-time check must be reviewed and developed further, according to research and an editorial published in the Medical Journal of Australia.
Bond University law students have already put their case before one of Australia’s most respected judges, with the Honourable Michael Kirby visiting the university last week.
Top Law Students to Compete in Bond's National High School Mooting Competition July 17, 2014 Top high school law students from around the country will compete in a prestigious national mooting competition, being judged by some of Australia's most respected legal figures, at Bond