Study in Australia

At Bond University, our personal approach to learning sets us apart. You won’t be just a number; studying in small classes, your professors and tutors will know you by name. 

You’ll have unparalleled access to the latest technologies and facilities, leading to better results and employment outcomes.

With our accelerated degrees, you’ll graduate faster and more prepared for the workforce. That’s why we have been rated number one in Australia for student experience 13 years in a row by the Good Universities Guide and employer satisfaction in the Federal Government 2018 Survey. 

As a Bond student, you’ll always stand out from the crowd, now and after you graduate.

HOW BOND RATES

Australia’s No. 1 university for student experience

In the 2020 Good Universities Guide, Bond University was awarded more 5-star ratings in the student experience category than any other university in Australia … for the fourteenth year in a row.

Teaching Quality

Learner Engagement

Learning Resources

Student Support

Skills Development

Overall Quality of Education

Student Retention

Student Teacher Ratio

 

 

The Good Universities Guide is a trusted independent consumer guide for students researching their undergraduate study options. It provides ratings, rankings, comment and information about all Australian higher education institutions.

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Study Options

By undertaking three semesters per year instead of the usual two, graduates can accelerate their study and finish a six semester Bachelor's degree in two years.

For Undergraduate studies most Malaysian students would have completed STPM or UEC (minimum score B4 in 6 subjects). Students who have completed a pre-university program, SPM, foundation studies or IGCSE may be eligible to pathway into a Bachelor degree via Diplomas or Foundation programs offered at Bond University College. In most cases Diplomas gain full credit towards the degree, allowing students to complete 2 qualifications (a Diploma and a Bachelor) in only 2 years.

Masters degrees are structured in 3 semesters per year with the length of studies from 8 months to 2 years, depending on the program. A typical 4 semester Master degree would be completed in 1 year and 4 months. A Professional stream is available in many Master degrees, allowing students to add a 5th semester with professional work experience. The length of study of Masters in the professional stream is 92 weeks, which makes graduates eligible to apply to the Post Study Work Visa.

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Financing your studies

Your accelerated degree is one of the most important investments you will make in your lifetime. As with all investments, in choosing your university degree, you must consider the rate of return of both the short term career opportunities and your long term lifetime earnings. With an accelerated degree at Bond University, you are able to earn money faster by graduating sooner.

Citizens of Malaysia can fund their Bond University degree in a variety of ways. Bond University makes it easy to study in Australia by offering international students part-fee scholarships and bursaries at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level.

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For citizens of Malaysia with outstanding academic ability who currently reside outside Australia. To be eligible you must have already received an offer from Bond University to commence an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

Find out more about MACC scholarships

Bond University welcomes scholarship applications from prospective Malaysian students with outstanding academic achievements.

For more information and details on how to apply, please visit the Scholarships page or email [email protected].

Experience of a lifetime

Bond University offers international students a world-class campus with access to world renowned academics, state of the art facilities and technology on Australia's Gold Coast - one of the best places in the world to live and study. 

With pristine golden beaches on one side and World Heritage rainforests on the other, when you study on the Gold Coast, you will discover a world of opportunities and places. 

Bond University provides high quality teaching and learning environments  to ensure you are equipped with key skills that recruiters world wide are looking for! 

Studying in Australia at Bond University offers an unique educational experience set against a dynamic international student community which means you will be fostering personal and business contacts across the globe. 

If you are visiting the Gold Coast you can visit our campus for a personalised tour or Postgraduate Test Drive. Or you can take a 360 degree tour of our campus from anywhere in the world with the Bond Now app. 

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Student life at Bond

Bond University is a non-denominational campus, however we have prayer rooms on campus and our pastoral care and chaplaincy service can link you to nearby worship centres for all different faiths.

Bond has over 70 student clubs and societies which you can sign up to on Club Sign On Day, held each semester. These clubs and societies include the Muslim Students' Association, The Asian Law Student's Society, Bond University Malaysian Association and other cultural, sporting and special interest clubs.

Bond University has a range of restaurants and cafes conveniently located on campus serving a range of food items. All food services cater for a range of dietary requirements including providing Halal meat. For those residing on-campus, our compulsory dining plans makes dining on campus easy and convenient with credit loaded onto a card that can be used at all Food @ Bond dining outlets. 

Living on campus adds a whole new dimension to your university experience as you socialise with fellow students. All on-campus accommodation is air conditioned, and there a number of room options depending on your preferences, including female only dorms.

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