Bond students are standing out, in and out of the classroom
Each of our students has unique talents, passions, interests and potential, but they have one thing in common: Bond students stand out.
Every day, students are presented with extraordinary opportunities, on campus and beyond, ensuring they have the access and support they need to chase their career goals, personal endeavours and create a lasting legacy in their industry.
Get to know some of our students, their achievements, their life-changing experiences, their stories.
Standing out across the globe
Across countries, continents and hemispheres, Bondies are volunteering, gaining industry experience, winning global competitions and expanding their horizons. They're volunteering in Africa, working in the Solomon Islands, competing in international moots, interning in Washington, studying abroad in Paris and being mentored by titans of industry and sporting superstars.
Internships in the islands
Our students are improving the quality of life for Solomon Islanders in remote Kirakira. Read more
Learning isn't confined to campus. At Bond, the world is our classroom, with students able to study at more than 100 institutions all over the world. Read more
Our mooting teams regularly travel to North America, Europe and Asia to represent Bond at international competitions. Find out more
Supporting our community
Helping kids in the Outback
Our students travel to remote communities like Abergowrie and Kununurra to work with Indigenous children. Read more
Bond Children’s Holiday Camp
We celebrate Christmas by inviting a group of special needs youngsters up to the Gold Coast for the Bond Sony Foundation Children’s Holiday Camp. Read more
Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience
Every year, more than 100 Bond students volunteer their time to mentor Indigenous students in our local high schools. Read more
All for a good cause
On-campus clubs like the United Nations Student Association and the Student Philanthropy Council put the fun into fundraising for a whole host of good causes. Read more
Career-changing industry experience
Walkley Award-winning experience
Our Journalism students worked with Senior Teaching Fellow Caroline Graham on her award-winning podcast, Lost in Larrimah. Read more
The Happiness Project
They say you can't buy happiness, but can you measure it? Our Journalism and Interactive Media and Design students set out to find out. Read more