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Study facilities

Your study facilities

Bond provides students with a broad range of study facilities, including libraries, multimedia spaces and state-of-the-art classrooms, all designed to support effective learning. You’ll have all the tools you need to excel and innovate during your time at Bond. 

Libraries and study spaces

Main Library, Law Library and MLC

With three libraries on campus to choose from, you will never find yourself without a spot to study. The Main Library (officially named the John & Alison Kearney Library) is a hub for your day-to-day study needs, with helpful librarians on site ready to answer your questions. This is where you can borrow textbooks, access computers, chat with our friendly team and more. In addition to the Main Library, where you will inevitably spend lots of time, there’s also the Law Library, a specialised space for our Law students to access resources, textbooks and legal precedent, and the Balnaves Foundation Multimedia Learning Centre (MLC), a technologically rich space that’s ideal for collaborating with classmates.

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Faculty facilities

Each of Bond’s four faculties is unique, with its own intricate make-up of staff, programs, opportunities, and facilities. No matter the course of study you pursue, you will have access to the latest and greatest resources relevant to that area – resources that will help you to stand out after you graduate. 

Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine

Students in the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine (HSM) can explore real-world scenarios with hands-on learning opportunities, facilitated by the various resources available on campus. Discover more about our laboratories, the Pathology Museum, clinical skills rooms and more.
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Faculty of Society & Design

The Faculty of Society & Design (FSD) offers a diverse, eclectic range of programs, which is reflected across the facilities available to students within these degrees. Learn all about the Film and television studios, our Psychology Clinic embedded within the Bond University Health and Wellness Clinic (BUHAWC), the FabLabs and much more.

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Faculty of Law

Studying Law here at Bond University is a practical and immersive experience that’ll prepare you for those big, legal challenges in the real world. Emerge with the skills you need to excel by making the most of our unparalleled facilities, including moot courts and the Legal Skills Centre.

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Bond Business School

There is so much that goes into an excellent career in business, but with the right tools at your disposal, you will be able to acquire practical experience before you even enter industry. Whether you want to sharpen up your financial analysis skills in the FinTech Hub or incubate an idea in Transformer, there is so much to explore.

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Our classrooms

Our classrooms

Bond students learn in cutting-edge facilities, and that extends to our regular classrooms, too. Whether you’re taking in a forum or engaging with your fellow Bondies in a workshop or tutorial, or even doing hands-on work specific to your program, you will be accessing the best of the best in terms of study spaces and resources.

Learning spaces

Lecture theatres

All of our lecture theatres are equipped with the technology both students and professors need to function at their best, encouraging effective dissemination of information, and in turn, high-quality learning. These are used for regular subject forum sessions as well as presentations, guest lectures and special events.

Case study rooms

Smaller forums and a number of other class types are often held in case study rooms. Compact and conducive to engaging, immersive discussions, they’re fitted out with the technology required to support seamless in-class and remote learning.

Seminar rooms

Seminar rooms are equipped with televisions and projectors, making them ideal for classes that use multimedia technologies.

Teaching labs

Bond features multiple teaching labs, including the multimedia labs, which have approximately 25 computers per room. These rooms are used for hands-on tutorial and lab sessions, and many include specialised software options relevant to various programs, including Adobe suite.