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Domestic offer acceptance process

Welcome, future Bondy! First of all, we’re so thrilled you’re here — congratulations on receiving an offer to study at Bond, and on taking the first step to what’s bound to be an unforgettable university experience.

As a domestic student, accepting your offer is a simple process consisting of just three steps. Below, we’ll take you through how to accept your offer and the additional information you need to provide to get started with FEE-HELP.

How to accept your offer

Follow these three steps to accept your offer to study at Bond University.

  1. Log into our online application service and click ‘Respond to Offer’. Then, select ‘Accept’.

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  2. As a domestic student, you’re eligible for FEE-HELP, an interest-free Australian Government loan that defers your tuition fees until after you complete your degree. If you plan on using FEE-HELP, click the ‘Request for FEE-HELP’ button and complete the FEE-HELP form that appears. If you don’t want to use FEE-HELP, you can alternatively select ‘Make a fee deposit’.


  3. Sit back, relax, and wait for us to be in touch. We’ll get in contact with next steps for Orientation Week and beyond a little closer to the start of the semester.

If you listed program preferences during your application, please note that you will only receive one offer at a time per intake and study level.

How to apply for FEE-HELP

Got more questions about financing your degree with FEE-HELP? Domestic Regional Manager Sean takes us through the process from start to finish.

What if I haven't decided where to attend university?

What if I haven't decided where to attend university?

When you receive your offer from Bond, you may still be waiting on the outcome of other applications submitted using QTAC or your state’s equivalent. So, if you’re still weighing up your options, what should you do?

We recommend that you accept your offer regardless of whether you’re certain you’ll attend Bond or not. This ensures you’ve secured your place, and you can always withdraw your acceptance later if you change your mind. Withdraw your acceptance by contacting your Regional Manager

Changing your program

It’s normal to have a change of heart when it comes to your program – many students switch it up a few times before finding the right fit. If you’re considering changing your program, but are still ready to commence at Bond in your nominated semester, you can get in touch with our Admissions Office to begin the process of selecting a new program.


What happens next?

After you’ve officially accepted your offer, you’ll be able to relax while you wait for your semester’s Orientation Week. Of course, there are still things you can do to get a head start before your very first day at Bond. If you plan on relocating to the Gold Coast to study, there will also be additional things to consider. Explore these handy resources to ensure you’ve got it all covered in the lead-up to university!

More about your offer

More about your offer

Not sure what your next steps are? We are here to help. Learn more about what your offer entails, and find information around deferring your offer to commence at a later date, or declining your offer if you have changed your mind. 

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