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Bond enters top 200 universities in the world with QS Stars Ranking

Bond University has featured in the world’s elite (Top 200) institution rankings for the first time in this year’s QS World University Rankings by Subject.

Bond’s Accounting & Finance subject area achieved a ranking in the range of 101-150 globally.

This is the first time Bond has been ranked in the international QS World University Subject Rankings, which analyses over 3,000 universities and over 10,600 programs worldwide.

According to QS Top Universities, Bond’s impressively high position was based on strong scores for employer reputation, faculty-to-student ratio and the international diversity of staff and students; and its ‘recipe for success’ was our commitment to small-group learning and personal mentoring, state of the art facilities, innovation in developing new programs and accelerated learning model.

This ranking is testament to the quality and dedication of Bond staff and students. Thank you to the many staff who support Bond in our international ranking ambitions.
 

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