Don't get lost in the crowd

At Bond, you will not become just another student in the background. You are always visible. Your lecturers will know you, your tutors will invest time in you, so your learning will get the attention it deserves. It’s what sets us apart. An individual approach to learning that makes us different from the rest. And it’s why we produce graduates who get noticed above others.

Bond students don’t get lost in the crowd. They get personal attention.

Applying online to study at Bond University is free and easy. We encourage you to lodge your application as soon as you have decided what you would like to study. There’s no application fee – no obligation to accept a place if it is offered – it simply gives you another option when it comes to making a decision about your future.

Why Bond?

At Bond, we do things differently. REALLY differently.

  1. #1 for student experience
    For over a decade, Bond University has stood strong as Australia’s number one university for student experience, achieving more 5-star ratings for student experience than any other university in Australia, according to the 2019 Good Universities Guide.
  2. Accelerated degrees
    At Bond, you won't be wasting your time with long breaks between semesters. That means you can finish a 24-subject bachelor’s degree in 2 years, a 12-subject master's degree in 1 year, a double degree in under 4 years or bachelor / master's combination in 3 years.
  3. Five-star teaching quality
    Our small class sizes mean our teachers know you by name. An open-door policy allows academics to mentor students throughout their university years and beyond.

Hear Sarah’s story

At Bond, you’ll never be just another student ID number, or a face in a crowded classroom

Bond students stand out, now and after they graduate. Sarah White travelled from Melbourne to study a Bachelor of International Relations and Bachelor of Communications (Business) at Bond. Find out how her time at Bond took her to the UN, to Nepal, internships across the country and helped her to secure her dream graduate position.

How to: becoming a Bondy

Deciding on a degree or program is a personal choice. It’s about choosing the right program for you - your interests, your future. Need help deciding? Connect with your Australian Regional Manager or International Regional Manager or come in for a personalised campus tour led by a current student.

Browse OUR programs

You can also create your very own Bond University brochure with information tailored to your interests and have it emailed to your inbox in minutes. Start building your brochure now.

When it comes to financing your studies, students have several options, including FEE-HELP for Australian citizens. FEE-HELP is an interest-free loan program that helps students pay their tuition fees and puts your academic goals in reach. Learn more about all of your options for financing your studies.

How to complete your application:

  1. Apply direct using our online application form. No worries if you don’t have time to complete it in one sitting- create login details, save and come back later.
  2. Complete the outstanding required fields including uploading and required documentation (see our application tips page to see the supporting documentation requirements).
  3. Agree to the application declaration and click ‘Submit’. You’ll receive an email from Bond University to confirm your application was successfully submitted.


Don’t have time to finish your application or need help? Contact our Future Student Advisors, and we will help complete the application for you! Give us a call, settle in to answer a few questions and our busy fingers will do the typing.

Phone: 1800 074 074 (toll free) or +61 7 5595 1024
Email: [email protected]

Office of Future Students opening hours

We are here to help with any questions you may have. Please note below our office opening hours over the holiday period. 

Saturday, 15 December 10am - 3pm
Sunday, 16 December10am - 3pm
Monday, 24 December10am - 2pm
Thursday, 27 December 10am - 2pm
Friday, 28 December10am - 2pm
Monday, 31 December 10am - 2pm