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Bond University has a large community made up of current students, alumni members, suppliers and partnerships in both the corporate world and across other universities. These partnerships have been developed to enhance the Bond University learning experience. From the provision of state of the art facilities through to community challenges faced, Bond University works with students and alumni members to ensure a unique experience is enjoyed by all.

Working with indigenous communities

Bond University actively works with the Indigenous Community across varying platforms. These include the Australia Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME), who provide mentoring to younger members of the community. Read more

Pat Corrigan walk

Bond University is home to Australia's largest private collection of Indigenous art on public display. The collection is thanks to the generosity of Dr Patrick Corrigan AM. Dr Corrigan has almost single-handedly created the Bond University Indigenous and non-Indigenous Art Collection through personal donations, loans and procurement and the University is extremely grateful for his generosity. Read more

Women's network

The Bond University Women's Network group photo

Bond women already understand the importance of education as a means of empowerment, so an important part of our agenda involves raising awareness and providing networking opportunities that enable women to reach their full potential. The Bond University Women's Network endeavours to support and inspire by sharing journeys, education and experiences. Read more