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Watch: Open Day Live 2019

Open Day is an opportunity for students to explore campus, speak to academics, current students and experts and get all of their questions about Bond and university life answered.

In 2019, we took Open Day global, streaming a curated program of sessions to audiences all over the world.

Hosted by alumna Candice Dixon, Open Day Live is an exclusive look behind the scenes of Bond University, its students and its staff.

Watch the sessions below.

Allied Health

Learn about Bond's Allied Health programs.


What does the future of law look like? Executive Dean of Bond’s Faculty of Law Professor Nick James explains.


Award-winning journalism and Senior Teaching Fellow Caroline Graham discusses Bond’s journalism program.

Entrepreneurship and innovation

Join Dr Baden U’ren as he explores the exciting world of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Exercise and Sports Science

Head of Exercise and Sports Science Professor Peter Reaburn talks about Bond’s Exercise and Sports Science program.


Learn about the scholarships Bond has on offer.

Alumni Q&A

Meet one of our Bond University alumni and learn about the network that spans more than 120 countries.

Start an application

Apply to study at Bond University through our free online Application Form.

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Campus tour

Let Student Ambassador Becci Tannenbaum take you on a guided tour of campus.

Bond Institute of Health and Sport tour

Take a tour of the Institute of Health and Sport, home base for our Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Nutrition and Dietetics and Exercise and Sports Science students. Take a tour of the Institute of Health and Sport, home base for our Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Nutrition and Dietetics and Exercise and Sports Science students.

Sports Centre tour

Australian Dolphins swimmer Elijah Winnington hosts a tour of the state-of-the-art Sports Centre.

International student presentation

International Regional Manager Simone Zeng shares her advice to international students considering studying at Bond University in Australia’s Gold Coast.

Moving to the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s most popular tourism and study destinations. Listen to students discuss their tips for making the move to the Gold Coast.

Pathways to university

Through Bond University College, students have a range of pathways options to enter university study.

Career Development Centre

Students have lifetime access to Bond’s Career Development Centre for support with career planning and development. Director of Bond’s Career Development Centre Kirsty Mitchell talks about the programs and services on offer.


eSports is Bond's newest high performance sport program.

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