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Cambridge English Qualifications

Unless otherwise specified, entry into Bachelor programs requires:

C2 Proficiency / C1 Advanced / B2 First overall English Scale Score 176 with no section scores below 169

Direct entry to the following programsCambridge English Qualifications
  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science

C1 Advanced / C2 Proficiency overall English Scale Score 185 with no section scores below 185

  • Bachelor of Business Law
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Jurisprudence
  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
  • Medical Program

C1 Advanced / C2 Proficiency overall English Scale Score 185 with no section scores below 176

Important notes:

  • For combined programs, refer to requirements for each program. The higher English language requirement of the two programs will apply.
  • Approved English language test results must be no older than 24 months when the applicant commences their program. Find out more about the Cambridge English Qualifications.
  • Your program may require you to satisfy additional English language proficiency requirements for accreditation and registration purposes (for example, AHPRA). Satisfying Bond University’s English Language proficiency requirements does not guarantee you meet accreditation and registration requirements.

These English language requirements are correct as of January 2022 and are subject to change. These are presented as a guide only. Bond University reserves the right to make the final decision regarding admission to the University.

Unless otherwise specified, entry into Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master coursework programs requires:

C2 Proficiency / C1 Advanced / B2 First overall English Scale Score 176 with no section scores below 169

Direct entry to the following programsCambridge English Qualifications
  • Doctor of Physiotherapy
  • Master of Occupational Therapy
  • Master of Professional Psychology
  • Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Not accepted
  • Graduate Certificate in Nutrition
  • Graduate Diploma in Nutrition
  • Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice

C1 Advanced / C2 Proficiency overall English Scale Score 185 with no section scores below 176

 

Important notes:

  • For combined programs, refer to requirements for each program. The higher English language requirement of the two programs will apply.
  • Approved English language test results must be no older than 24 months when the applicant commences their program. Find out more about the Cambridge English Qualifications.
  • Your program may require you to satisfy additional English language proficiency requirements for accreditation and registration purposes (for example, AHPRA). Satisfying Bond University’s English Language proficiency requirements does not guarantee you meet accreditation and registration requirements.

These English language requirements are correct as of January 2022 and are subject to change. These are presented as a guide only. Bond University reserves the right to make the final decision regarding admission to the University.

Direct entry to the following programsCambridge English Qualifications
  • Diplomas programs

C2 Proficiency / C1 Advanced / B2 First overall English Scale Score 169 with no section scores below 162

  • Bond University College Foundation Program

C2 Proficiency / C1 Advanced / B2 First overall English Scale Score 162 with no section scores below 154

 

English Program Entry Levels #Cambridge English Qualifications

Level 7

Overall English Scale Score 169 with no score below 169 for Writing and 162 for other sections

Level 6

Overall English Scale Score 162 with no score below 162 for Writing and 154 for other sections

Level 5

Overall English Scale Score 154 with no score below 154 for Writing and 147 for other sections

Level 4

Overall English Scale Score 147 with no score below 147 for Writing and 142 for other sections

Level 3

Overall English Scale Score 142 with no score below 142 for Writing and 141 for other sections

# Acceptable tests for English Program entry include:

  • C2 Proficiency
  • C1 Advanced
  • B2 First
  • B1 Preliminary
  • A2 Key

Important notes:

  • For combined programs, refer to requirements for each program. The higher English language requirement of the two programs will apply.
  • Approved English language test results must be no older than 24 months when the applicant commences their program. Find out more about the Cambridge English Qualifications.
  • Your program may require you to satisfy additional English language proficiency requirements for accreditation and registration purposes (for example, AHPRA). Satisfying Bond University’s English Language proficiency requirements does not guarantee you meet accreditation and registration requirements.

These English language requirements are correct as of January 2022 and are subject to change. These are presented as a guide only. Bond University reserves the right to make the final decision regarding admission to the University.

Unless otherwise specified, entry into Higher Degrees by Research programs requires:

C1 Advanced / C2 Proficiency overall English Scale Score 185 with no section scores below 176

Important notes:

  • For combined programs, refer to requirements for each program. The higher English language requirement of the two programs will apply.
  • Approved English language test results must be no older than 24 months when the applicant commences their program. Find out more about the Cambridge English Qualifications.
  • Your program may require you to satisfy additional English language proficiency requirements for accreditation and registration purposes (for example, AHPRA). Satisfying Bond University’s English Language proficiency requirements does not guarantee you meet accreditation and registration requirements.

These English language requirements are correct as of January 2022 and are subject to change. These are presented as a guide only. Bond University reserves the right to make the final decision regarding admission to the University.