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Bond ranked number one nationally for student experience

Bond University has been named top of the class for student experience for the 11th consecutive year in the latest edition of The Good Universities Guide, released today.

The private Gold Coast university was ranked by students as the number one university in the country for overall experience.  Bond was a stand-out across the education experience measures, also ranking number one nationally for learner engagement, learning resources and teaching quality.

In addition, Bond University was awarded the highest possible rating, five-stars, for skills development and student support, classing it among Australia's very best universities.

The Good Universities Guide, released by the Good Education Group, is a trusted independent guide to Australia's higher education sector, providing a resource for students researching their undergraduate study options.

Bond University’s Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Tim Brailsford, said he was extremely pleased to see the University retain its leading position underpinned by outstanding ratings for student experience for the 11th consecutive year in The Good Universities Guide 2017.

“At Bond, our students come first, second and third,” Professor Brailsford said.  

“This year's results are evidence of the continued commitment to Bond University’s student-led strategy and absolute resolve to providing a world-class educational and personal experience for all of our students.

“Bond’s unique position as the country’s leading private, non-profit and independent university is reinforced through its small class sizes, personalised approach to student learning, focus on graduate outcomes and community experience.”

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