Career Development Centre
Jumpstart your career
Many graduates of the University start here to be hired or hire, get or give career advice, or simply stay connected to a dynamic network of business leaders.
Bond University’s Career Development Centre is your gateway to the career you’ve always dreamed of.
We are very proud of the services we offer to our students; through career planning and advice, interview workshops and through career progression and networking events. These services are but a few that are available to Bond alumni, as our services are lifelong, which means you can come back to us at any stage of your developing career.
As a key point of contact for leading blue-chip employers actively recruiting university graduates, we can put you in touch with all the right people. Our Employment Services Specialists can also help you with every aspect of the job search process – from identifying your career goals and developing your resume through to getting you ready for that all-important interview.
To make an appointment, please visit the Career Development Centre at Bond University, Level 1, Building 9, Accommodation Centre, next to Varsity Printing, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 7 5595 3388.
Bond University’s renowned sports centre and its facilities are equally available to alumni and students.
Sports Hall facilities include Badminton, Basketball, Netball, Indoor Soccer & Volleyball.
Membership for alumni is $110 per semester, and includes full access to:
- Access to fully equipped Gymnasium
- Unlimited access to timetabled group exercise classes
- Gym Programs $40
- Fitness Evaluations $40
- 50 meter heated Olympic pool
- Heated spa
- Floodlight Tennis Courts
- Free equipment hire; racquets, balls, hairdryers etc.
More information on services and opening hours is available here or by contacting reception on 07 5595 4100.
Alumni of Bond University can borrow from the Main and John & Alison Kearney Law Libraries at no charge.
Alumni are welcome to use the Library spaces and the physical collection for private study.
Licensing restrictions mean that Bond University Library is unable to provide Alumni with access to the Internet and electronic resources available to current Bond University students and staff. However, visitors from participating institutions can use Eduroam.