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Bond Medical Program Changes to 2009 Application Dates

Please be advised that the application dates for QTAC (domestic undergraduate) applicants have been changed.  This change does not impact students who are required to apply directly through Bond University.

A table detailing the date changes is provided below.  Please read this information carefully if you intend to apply for the 2009 intake of the Bond Medical Program.

We will also be holding an Information Session on Tuesday 3 February on the Gold Coast to provide you with an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.  Current staff and students will be there on the night and tours will be provided through the medical teaching facilities.

Date Details More information 1 Oct 2008 Applications opened for all Graduate applicants and all International Undergraduate applicants.

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How to apply

21 Jan 2009 Applications open for Domestic Undergraduate applicants.

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How to apply

2 - 4 Feb 2009 Applications suspended for Domestic Undergraduate applicants. (Required by QTAC so they can process the general February offer round) Applicant definitions
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5 Feb 2009 Applications reopen for Domestic Undergraduate applicants.

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How to apply

10 Feb 2009 Applications close for all applicants. Interview and offer round information

 

 

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