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Bond is eighth wonder of small universities


Bond University is ranked eighth in a new list of the world's best small universities.

The list by the influential Times Higher Education includes universities with fewer than 5000 students.

California Institute of Technology (Caltech) topped the list, while Bond was the only university in Oceania to make the ranking.

The top-10 performance follows Bond University being named among the world's top 50 young universities for the first time in July.

The private, not-for-profit university on the Gold Coast is No.43 in the 2023 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings. 

In June Bond was named the top Australian university across a range of measures in a federal government survey of students’ educational experience.

The university is the leading Australian university for learner engagement, learning resources, student support and skills development, and No.2 for teaching quality.

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