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Bond University achieves five stars

Bond University has been rated as a Five Star education institution by the internationally recognised QS Stars university rating system.

The QS Intelligence Unit announced Bond‚Äôs successful five star rating in Prague after ‚Äėrigorous and independent data collection and an analysis of performance metrics'.

Bond University’s Director of Bond International, John McPartland, accepted the QS Stars Award during the European Association for International Education (EAIE) conference in September.

He said almost 30 criteria contributed to the maximum 1000 points awarded in the assessment of QS Stars.

"Achieving a Five Star rating is a major achievement for Bond University and puts us amongst the top universities in the world," he said.

"The QS Stars rating system looks at  indicators from employability of graduates to sports facilities and community engagement, so to receive this recognition solidifies Bond's standing as a leading university not just in academia but all facets of university life."


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