Our students are at the heart of everything we do, and every decision we make, so it's pleasing to see this absolute focus on providing a world-class, transformational student experience is constantly reflected in our ratings and rankings.
Professor Tim Brailsford
Rated five stars
For over a decade, Bond has stood strong as Australia’s number one university for student experience, achieving 5-star ratings in every student experience category, according to the 2022 Good Universities Guide.
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.
QS Stars is a global rating system providing students with a detailed overview of a university’s excellence. It provides a rating exploring program strength, facilities, and graduate employability for education institutions across the world.
2022 Good Universities Guide
- Student Teacher Ratio
- Learner Engagement
- Learning Resources
- Overall Experience
- Skills Development
- Student Support
- Teaching Quality
2020 - 2022 QS star ratings
- Academic Development
Employers of Bond graduates are the most satisfied in Australia
For three years, employer satisfaction with graduates from Bond University has been rated highest in Australia. Bond graduates achieved a 92.9 per cent overall satisfaction score, reported in the 2020 Employer Satisfaction Survey on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website published by the Department of Education and Training.
One of Australia’s leading universities for student experience
86 per cent of students rated their educational experience at Bond University as positive, well above the national average of 74 per cent, in the latest undergraduate Student Experience Survey (aggregated 2019-2020 data), released by the Department of Education on its ComparEd website.
In a year of disrupted, multi-modal and remote learning, Bond also ranked number one in Australia for learner engagement. 80.8% of Bond undergraduate students rated learner engagement as positive, well above the national average of 52.2%.
Bond’s research is rated in the following disciplines by the Australian Research Council.
Well above world standard
Public Health and Health Services
Above world standard
Clinical Sciences | Business and Management
Human Movement and Sports Science | Nutrition and Dietetics | Banking, Finance and Investment | Law
Bond University was also rated at position 134 in the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings list for 2022. The THE Young University Rankings list judges universities 50 years old or younger across the categories of teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.