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About your offer

If you have received an offer to Bond University, congratulations! So, what does your offer letter actually mean? Here is an overview of what an offer is, how long it lasts, and the key terms and conditions you should know about before you hit ‘accept’.

Understanding your offer

After your application has been submitted directly to Bond, it will be assessed by our friendly Admissions team. Provided you have provided all necessary documentation and meet the entry requirements for your chosen program, you will then receive a Letter of Offer from us.

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What if I don’t meet the requirements for my program?

Here at Bond, we’re committed to providing equitable education opportunities, and one way that we accomplish this is through pathways. If you don’t meet the entry requirements for the program you’ve applied for – perhaps your previous study experience doesn’t qualify, or your secondary school grades weren’t what you expected – then we will help to provide you with a pathway option.

When does my offer expire?

We’re glad you asked! Your offer expiry date is listed within your official Letter of Offer from our Admissions team. You will need to accept, defer or decline your offer before your offer expiry date. If you need an extension on your offer expiry date, please contact your Regional Manager or your agent or Bond representative.

What are my next steps?  

Once you’ve got your Letter of Offer in hand, it’s time to decide! We’d love for you to accept your offer right away and join us here at Bond, but there are also other options, including deferring your offer to join us in a different semester, changing your choice of program, and declining your offer. Explore them below.

Pathways into Bond

Pathways into Bond (domestic)

Read more about Pathways into Bond (domestic)

Pathways into Bond (international)

Read more about Pathways into Bond (international)

Other important information

If you have questions about your offer, your Regional Manager is here to help.