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Bond University Appoints Director, International

Bond University has announced the appointment of Mr John McPartland to the newly established position of Director, International commencing in July, 2012.

Mr McPartland will join Bond from the University of Dublin, Trinity College Dublin where he is currently the Strategic Advisor, International and was formerly the Director of International Affairs for the past six years.

With more than 18 years’ experience in international higher education, Mr McPartland has held several senior management roles focused on internationalisation and directing recruitment operations, both abroad and within Australia including Victoria University, Monash University, and La Trobe University.

Mr McPartland brings a wealth of knowledge and experience at an important stage in the development of Bond’s internationalisation plan.

In this role he will build upon the excellent relationships and further enhance the strategic partnerships Bond has internationally, as well as oversee the strategic direction of our international recruitment activities.

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