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Bond Business School outperforms in student engagement surveys

Once again, Bond University’s Bond Business School has shone in the most recent student engagement surveys conducted by the Australian Council for Educational Research.

Over 100,000 students from more than 40 higher educational institutions across Australia and New Zealand are invited to participate in the surveys, which collect information on around 100 specific learning activities.

Dean of the Bond Business School Mark Hirst is very proud of how the Faculty has performed, especially when benchmarked against the national average and the group of Innovative Research Universities.

“We have compared very favourably against other Australian business schools. In key sections including enriched educational experience, career readiness, general learning outcomes, higher order thinking and overall satisfaction, our combined undergraduate and postgraduate average is higher than the national average as well as the group of Innovative Research Universities,” said Professor Hirst.

“This gives us confidence that our programs are successfully preparing students for their chosen career and are very satisfied with their Bond education.”

“These fantastic results are not possible without the high standards of professionalism and commitment our staff have to providing our students with the best education in Australia.”

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