Student for a Semester
Duration: 1 Semester
The Student for a Semester Program is a great opportunity for high school students to kick-start their university career. Open to all ambitious Year 11 and 12 students who are in the top 30% of their year level, this program allows students to experience life as a university student and sample a subject area they may be interested in pursuing after high school. This program can be challenging and we strongly recommend that the applicant, their parents and school are confident that the student can also maintain their high school studies. Review further information on the Student for a Semester Program or download an information flyer.
You can view the list of subjects available in our May 2013 semester here -May 2013 Student for a Semester subject list and timetable.
Please contact Laurie Guthrie, Excellence Program Coordinator on 07 5595 1067 if you have any questions with regards to the subjects available.
For a step-by-step guide to applying for this program for future semesters, please view the Student for a Semester Application Procedure.
Applications for the May 2013 semester will be open online from Friday, March 15th - Friday, April 19th.
Students who are enrolled in the Student for a Semester program have access to all Bond University facilities including the Law and Main Libraries and the Sport and Recreation Facilities, during their semester of study. They are also welcome to socialise in the cafes and restaurants, join student clubs and generally include themselves in university student life.
Student Orientation and Support
Orientation will take place from 3:00pm-5:00pm on the Friday of Bond Week (the week before classes commence). All students must attend this session to finalise their enrolment, receive their class timetable and their student identification card. Student for a Semester students will be treated as university students; however, they will also receive support and mentoring from Academic Advisers throughout the semester.
Students who successfully pass their subject may be able to use this credit towards future university studies.
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