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Bond leads Australia in student experience

Katelyn Grimmett graduated earlier this month and is working with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Bond University remains the top Australian university across a range of measures in a federal government survey of students’ educational experience.

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

An overwhelming majority (86.3 percent) of Bond students who took part in the 2021-22 Student Experience Surveys rated their experience positively.

Only Avondale University (87.9 percent) scored higher for quality of educational experience.

Data are collected from domestic and international students at 42 Australian universities.

Katelyn Grimmett graduated this month with a Bachelor of Psychological Science, Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) and Master of Psychology (Clinical).

She has secured a role with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

“I was very fortunate to study at Bond where I had so many great teachers and mentors,” Ms Grimmett said. 

“The personalised and supportive assistance I received during my five years was invaluable and something I’ll take with me as I move forward in my career.”

Skagen Fielding, who graduated from Bond University with a Law degree, said the small classes meant he felt supported ‘every step of the way’.

“I feel like Bond has given me the confidence to tread my own path,” he said.

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