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Stories from Bond University

What better way to get to know a university, than through the eyes and words of their students and staff? Here, explore the latest stories from Bond, from words of wisdom for exploring your options, advice on settling into student life, or an exclusive look behind the scenes of a program or career path.  

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Destiny’s path from project management to digital marketing

Alumna Destiny Flaherty shares how she left her comfort zone at home in California, moved to Australia's Gold Coast, and commenced her studies at Bond before launching into a fast-paced career in SEO.

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Five words that summarise the Bond experience

Ma-Janneh Miller is a Bachelor of International Relations/Bachelor of Laws student who has a love for Bond's student experience. Using five words, Ma-Janneh provides insight into Bond's impact on her personal and professional growth.

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Making the most of Bond’s student experience as a law student

Isabella often finds herself making the most of Bond’s available student support services, whether it’s enjoying a free lunch provided by one of our student societies, having a dance at an on-campus social event, or visiting the CDC for career support.

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Finding a new ‘home away from home’ as an international Bondy

Pooja Jaiswal is an international Bondy who moved to the Gold Coast from her hometown in India to pursue a Bachelor of Health Sciences and grow a global community.

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From the Philippines to Bond: Discovering a career in research

Neil provides insight into his experience of moving to Australia to pursue a career in research, and how studying at Bond has given him an abundance of opportunities to stand out with his future career ambitions.

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Why every occupational therapy student should pursue a rural industry placement

A rural professional placement can be a truly transformational experience, and for occupational therapy student Chloe Calder, this was certainly the case.

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Hear from three Bondies on why you need to attend Personal Open Day

Three Bondies provide a behind-the-scenes look into their unique Personal Open Day experiences.

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Attending the Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week in Switzerland as an international relations student

Saxon McGregor took his passion for diplomacy, geopolitics and government global to learn more about humanitarian preparedness and response.

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One step at a time: Becoming a junior doctor

With a range of unique pathways to becoming a medical professional, it’s safe to say that no two stories are the same. Indigenous Medical Program graduate Brioney Keats shares her story.

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Bond University's Women in STEM

Bond's women in STEM are diverse, intelligent and inspiring, and all have a wonderful journey to share.

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Women in Actuarial Science: Meet EY data and analytics consultant Nikki Wallis

It’s not very often that as a young girl when you’re asked, ‘what do you want to be when you grow up?’, your answer is a chief financial officer.

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From Bond to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: Crafting a successful career in sport management

Whether you're a competitor or simply a sports aficionado, a career in sport management can be particularly satisfying.

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