Professional recognition

Our Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine degrees are internationally recognised to help students land that job after graduation and are highly regarded by industry.

Summarised below outlines our accredited degrees with their corresponding industry accreditations.

Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science

  • This program and its subjects have been developed to align with ESSA’s Exercise Science Standards. The University is planning to submit the program for consideration of Qualifying Accreditation with ESSA in early September 2018. Find out more information on ESSA Qualifying Accreditation.

Master of Sports Science

Master of Nutrition & Dietetics Practice

  • Full accreditation with the  Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) up until 30 March 2023.
  • A graduate of this program is eligible to become a DAA member with dietetic qualifications, and to join the Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) Program.

Master of Occupational Therapy

Doctor of Physiotherapy

Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine

Industry partnerships

Bond University’s Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine is proud of its affiliations with numerous local, national and international organisations as outlined below.

Exercise and Sport Science

Medicine Biomedicine and Health Sciences

Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy

Industry opportunities

Our industry partnerships grant students extensive access to hands-on opportunities including internships, fieldwork, placement experiences, and research as part of the degree which culminates with equipping students with the skills to succeed in today’s world.

International Medical Placements

Our Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine students, Samson, Navtej, Joshua and Ramanan, share their experience in Kirakira and discuss how the opportunity has shaped their view of practising medicine.

Graduate outcomes

Our alumni at a glance

  • #1 job title held by Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine alumni is Physiotherapist followed by Doctor, Medical Officer and Director.
  • Among the top 10 employers are Gold Coast Hospital, Queensland Health, Royal Brisbane Hospital, and NSW Health.
  • 32% of our alumni are from more than 20 difference countries.

Bond University Alumni Database 2017

Our research

5 stars for health research

The Australian Research Council’s Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) has rated our Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine's research activity Well Above World Standard in Public Health and Health Services, achieving Above World Standard in Clinical Sciences and World Standard for Human Movement and Sports Science as well as Nutrition and Dietetics.

Well Above World Standard
Public Health and Health Services
Above World Standard
Clinical Sciences
World Standard
Human Movement and Sports Science
Nutrition and Dietetics

Our student satisfaction

5 stars for student satisfaction

The 2019 Good Universities Guide has rated Bond’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine 5 stars for student experience.

Our student experience

Biomedical Science: #1 in Australia
(Student Experience Survey - Undergraduate)

Biomedical Science at Bond University’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine ranked #1 in all indicators in the Student Experience Survey 2016-2017, as reported on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website published by the Department of Education and Training:

Biomedical Science #1
Quality of Educational Experience
Teaching Quality
Learner Engagement
Learning Resources
Student Support
Skills Development

Aggregate 2016-2017 data.

Health Sciences: #1 for Skills Development and exceeds national and Go8 averages
(Student Experience Survey - Undergraduate)

Health Sciences at Bond University’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine ranked #1 for Skills Development exceeding the national average and Go8 average across all indicators in the Student Experience Survey 2016-2017, as reported on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website published by the Department of Education and Training.

 Bond UniversityNational AverageGo8 Average
Overall Quality of Educational Experience

91.2%

80.6%

83.3%

Teaching Quality

90.9%

82.8%

84.7%

Learner Engagement

82.4%

64.5%

67.5%

Learning Resources

93.9%

84.1%

85.4%

Student Support

87.5%

73.0%

71.2%

Skills Development

93.8%

81.5%

83.3%

Aggregated 2016-2017 data

Medicine: #1 for Teaching Quality and exceeds national and Go8 averages
(Student Experience Survey - Undergraduate)

Medicine at Bond University’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine ranked #1 for Teaching Quality and has exceeded both the national average and Go8 average across all indicators in the Student Experience Survey 2016-2017, as reported on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website published by the Department of Education and Training.

 Bond UniversityNational AverageGo8 Average
Overall Quality of Educational Experience

92.9%

82.1%

79.1%

Teaching Quality

96.0%

81.1%

77.2%

Learner Engagement

89.7%

81.7%

82.3%

Learning Resources

95.8%

80.8%

77.6%

Student Support

94.5%

75.1%

67.1%

Skills Development

97.5%

89.8%

89.5%

Aggregated 2016-2017 data

Our student satisfaction

#1 in Australia for Good Teaching
(Graduate Outcomes Survey - Undergraduate - Medicine)

Medicine at Bond University’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine ranked #1 Good Teaching in the Graduate Outcomes Survey 2017-2018, as reported on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website published by the Department of Education and Training.

 Bond UniversityNational Average
Overall Satisfaction88.4%80.6%
Good Teaching Scale79.1%50.3%
Generic Skills Scale83.7%80.1%

Aggregated 2017-2018 data.

#1 in Australia for Good Teaching
(Graduate Outcomes Survey - Undergraduate - Science and Mathematics)

Science and Mathematics at Bond University’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine ranked #1 for Good Teaching and exceeded the national average in both Overall Satisfaction and Generic Skills in the Graduate Outcomes Survey 2016-2017, as reported on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) metrics published by the Department of Education and Training.