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Exchange financial information and funding

Tuition and funding

Bond exchange students continue to pay their tuition fees to Bond. This means that if you study four subjects at your exchange institution then you will pay for four subjects worth of tuition to Bond. Any tuition fees at the exchange institution will be waived.

Students will be responsible for researching and paying all fees for accommodation, health insurance, visas, travel and other living expenses.

To support the costs associated with overseas travel and study, Bond International has a variety of options available to students to fund their Exchange program. Grants are funded by the Bond International Office, the Australian Government, and other generous donors and are outlined below.

Exchange grants

Once-off cash grants are available to exchange students to assist with overseas living costs.

See a list of the Exchange grants currently available for 2023 (last updated February 2023) and an explanation of each funding type below.

The New Colombo Plan is a signature initiative of the Australian Government which aims to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia by supporting Australian undergraduates to study and undertake internships in the region.


Application deadlines 

If you want to go in Semester 1:  Apply prior to July (year before exchange)

If you want to go in Semester 2: Apply prior to November (year before exchange)

If you want to go in Semester 3: Apply prior to March (year of exchange) 


Contact us

Please contact the Study Abroad and Exchange Office with any queries or to arrange a personal consultation. 

+61 7 5595 1024
[email protected]


International Office
Building 6, Level 1

Mailing address
Study Abroad & Exchange
Bond International
14 University Dr
Robina QLD 4226 Australia