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Scholarships and bursaries

Bond University offers a number of part-fee scholarships and bursaries specifically for international students at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

‘International’ applicants are considered to be:

  • any students completing Year 12 studies or equivalent at an international high school
  • undergraduate or postgraduate applicants who are not Australian citizens or holders of a Permanent Resident or Humanitarian Visa.

Please note: International students who are currently studying Year 12 at an Australian high school are considered to be Australian applicants for scholarship purposes. Please see our Australian applicants scholarship information for a full listing of the scholarships available to you.

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Other opportunities

The Australian Awards are offered through the Australian Government and are administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Department of Education and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research. The Australian Awards provide international students with a number of international scholarships and fellowships to provide tertiary educational opportunities for students from nominated partner countries.

Applications are taken via the Australian Awards website and have varying opening and closing dates. Learn more about the various award categories and hear from past recipients.

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Bond University offers a number of Loyalty Discounts to students who;

  • have a direct family member attending Bond University in an eligible program; or
  • have completed an eligible program (alumni graduate) and alumni graduates’ eligible direct family members.

Eligible students are entitled to a total of $20,000 worth of loyalty discount per eligible program at Bond University.

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When it comes to financial assistance for university studies, every country differs on what it can offer to their citizens.

Funding options can include government loans, scholarships and bursaries. Your home country's government website is the most accurate and up-to-date source to find information on financial assistance. Please refer there to learn about the options available to you. If you have further questions, please contact the Student Business Centre.