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Bond expands into Brisbane with new city base

Bond University Director, Brisbane, Gary Brady.

Bond University is bringing its innovative programs and personalised learning experience to Brisbane with the launch of a dedicated teaching space in the city.

Working in close collaboration with industry experts, Bond will deliver a range of postgraduate programs in Brisbane from May 2022.

The specialised offering, which includes graduate certificates, graduate diplomas, master’s programs and microcredential courses, will make it easy for professionals to upskill, advance their career, change direction or dive deeper into a specific area of expertise.

Bond University Vice Chancellor and President Professor Tim Brailsford says the Brisbane location will make Bond’s world-class education more accessible.

“I am thrilled to offer Brisbane-based professionals the opportunity to experience the Bond difference from the convenience of their own city,” Professor Brailsford said.

“Bond University is renowned for its personalised approach to education, small class sizes and global network of skilled graduates – an exciting proposition for those looking to take their career to the next level.

“South-East Queensland is booming and with the 2032 Olympic Games coming our way, now is the perfect time to upskill our workforce.”

Gary Brady has been appointed Director of the Brisbane hub. Initially he will focus on offering Bond’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) courses.

Read the full story in the current edition of Bond University’s alumni magazine The Arch.

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