Bond University has a large alumni who work together to support new and past students. In addition, the university has a number of partners who contribute to events, initiatives and form a part of  the large community that is Bond Alumni. These partners help support and promote Bond University to their communities. The collaboration with these partners provides students with even more opportunities than before.

Bond Alumni

Bond Alumni keep in touch through local Chapters, Groups and Clubs in many locations worldwide, as well as via our large active Online Alumni Community and social media sites. The Arch Magazine is distributed regularly to alumni members and includes articles on past and present students, community news and alumni achievements. On campus, the alumni network is supported by the Alumni and Development Office.

Alumni Community Arch Magazine

Giving to Bond

Bond University is a not-for-profit institution. The university does not answer to or seek profit for shareholders, only for our students. Students are central to everything we do at Bond, and we invest 100 percent of our surplus funds back into teaching, research and facilities. Through doing this, we provide students with a unique experience at the highest of standards.

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When you choose Bond University for your studies, it's a relationship for life. There's a whole range of ways for you to stay in touch with us and each other.

Bond graduates are dynamic and diverse. The community is made up of members from all over the world at various stages of their careers. While life after Bond may take you far and wide across the world, it’s easier than ever to keep in touch with your Bond University friends and mentors. Read more

Indigenous initiatives

Bond University supports Indigenous students through many ways including providing mentoring through their studies. In addition, Bond also feature culture, art and traditions on campus. Bond University actively encourages and provides opportunities for all students to engage with Indigenous communities in the local region and throughout Australia. Read more

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