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Study information

As a Bond University student, you will have a unique experience which will see you receive personalised attention from the classroom and through every aspect of life at Bond. It begins when you arrive on campus with Orientation Week. The first week on campus provides new students with a full calendar of information sessions and social activities where you can meet other new students. Once classes get underway, you may also find some of our other Student Support services helpful. 

Whether you are already in Australia or coming to study at Bond as an overseas student, our arrival guide and information will provide everything you require to get started. If you are coming from overseas, then review the Visas and accommodation section along with information on life in Australia. Read more

All new students at Bond University will be required to follow some steps before enrolling. These include accepting your offer, organising fees, setting up your computer and much more. There is also information available on social activities and off-campus accommodation recommendations. Read more

Starting University is usually a big step. At Bond University, there is a wide range of support available to help you through this exciting phase as you settle into student life. The Bond University Student Association also hosts a multitude of events throughout the semester bringing together students from all faculties. Read more

Each Faculty has an overall program structure and sequencing that is recommended for successful completion of a degree. To access the recommended academic structure and sequencing of your chosen degree, click on the appropriate Faculty and then you can find your course from there. Read more

Bond’s standard academic calendar consists of three semesters. Each semester contains 13 weeks of instruction, one week of examinations and three weeks of a semester break. In addition, the academic calendar features important dates, including Census Week and Graduation, which is when the examination timetable is published. Read more

From Week 10, you may enrol in subjects for the upcoming semester. To review the program structure and sequence for your degree, select your subjects and to plan tutorial and lecture times, please visit eStudent. Begin by confirming your personal details and then choose a study plan that corresponds to your degree. Read more

Each of Bond’s study programs has associated tuition fees and other costs. These vary depending on your choice of study program. In addition to tuition fees, expenses such as accommodation and student activities membership are to be paid at the start of each semester. Read more

Timetables help students to organise every aspect of their academic lives, from class schedules to exam times. The timetable for the next academic period is published in Week 9 of the previous semester. Please check class timetables prior to the start of a new semester to be apprised of any changes. Read more

Exams and assessment

Students in a classroom during exam

Exam dates are usually set early on, so students have time to study and organise their schedules around the exams.  The majority of end of semester examinations are held in the Sports Hall and are administered by the Student Business Centre.

Students should ensure that they do not make any travel plans during the end of semester examination period. If you are not available to sit a scheduled examination, you may receive a fail grade. Travel plans are not valid grounds for granting a deferred examination.

Bond University provides documents to help with Study Strategies and theory. Read more


Graduation is the ceremony that every student looks forward to. A time to reflect and celebrate. There are 2 ceremonies held during week 5 in the University Sports Hall.

The Graduations Team in the Student Business Centre will commence communicating with all potential graduands during their final semester of study, to help them prepare for graduation. Read more