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Allied Health at Bond

The healthcare sector is evolving rapidly. New technology, early diagnoses, non-drug therapies, combined with societal shifts including the increasing and ageing population means Allied Health careers are more in demand than ever before.

At Bond University, we are putting our students ahead of the curve by developing Allied Health programs that look at the business of healthcare, health leadership and national and global health issues, to equip students with the right skills to navigate the changing healthcare sector.

Through our established Allied Health programs, which include Exercise and Sport, Nutrition and Dietetics, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy, we’re focusing on evidence-based practice and problem-based learning, inspiring our students through interaction with internationally recognised academics and industry leaders in small, personalised classes.

All of our programs have been designed in alignment with the national and international industry requirements to ensure work-ready graduates.

What is Allied Health?

Allied Health is a term used to describe a diverse range of University-trained health professionals that work in a team with medical and nursing disciplines to ensure optimal health and wellbeing outcomes for individuals and the broader community.


Allied Health programs

Nutrition and Dietetics

Dietitians are health professionals with recognised expertise in the science of nutrition and dietetics.  A career in nutrition and dietetics is rich and rewarding and can span a diverse range of work settings, such as clinical practice, food service, public health, sports nutrition, aged care, and research, to name just a few. 


Occupational Therapy

With a shift to client-directed care models, Occupational Therapists are more in demand now than ever. Occupational Therapists work in a diverse range of areas including disability, rehabilitation, mental health, aged care and primary health services.



Physiotherapists (also called Physical Therapists) are highly-qualified, licensed healthcare professionals who use advanced techniques and evidence-based care to assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders. 

Exercise and Sport

Sport is in Bond’s DNA – from the multi-million-dollar Sport and Aquatic Centres on campus to the High Performance Training Centre at the Bond Institute of Health and Sport. If you have a passion for health, fitness, sport and the science of human movement or kinesiology, this is the place to be. 


Allied Health at Bond - A Canadian's Guide

Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice student, Sarah Ashley Marko takes you on a tour of Allied Health of Bond, including the renowned facilities at the Bond Institute of Health and Sport.

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A rewarding career

Practicing in the United States

Allied Health at Bond

Learn more about Bond's Allied Health programs from our Heads of Program and International Regional Managers, Natasha Rocco and Matt Stubbert.

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