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Bond University Australia's highest rating university

Bond University is Australia’s highest rating university after earning the most five-star ratings of any university across an impressive nine key performance indicators in the 2010 Good Universities Guide.

The independent consumer guide is Australia’s only definitive guide to university performance, providing ratings, rankings, comment and information about all Australian higher education institutions.

Bond University was awarded five-star ratings in nine categories, including the important markers of Educational Experience and Graduate Outcomes.

University Vice-Chancellor Professor Robert Stable said this was the third year running Bond has been the only university nationwide to achieve a five-star assessment in all of these critical areas and is a testament to Bond’s focus on the student-staff relationship.

“Bond maintains a strong focus on the individual and fostering opportunities so graduates are work-ready for the world stage,’’ said Professor Stable.

“We are distinct from other universities in that we are private and not-for-profit, comparatively small in size and unique in our approach to teaching.

“Our five-star assessment in the Good Universities Guide acknowledges the outstanding success of our graduates, our consistent focus on quality, and the commitment of our world-class teaching staff.

 “Bond University continues to bring a new dimension to tertiary education in this country, providing greater choice for Australian students,” Professor Stable said.

In summary, in the  2010 Good Universities Guide, Bond rates FIVE STARS for:

  • Getting a Job
  • Positive Graduate Outcomes
  • Graduate Starting Salaries
  • Overall Satisfaction
  • Teaching Quality
  • Staff Qualifications
  • Student to Staff Ratio
  • Generic Skills
  • Non-government Earnings

The Guide found Bond’s Business and Management graduates were stand-out beneficiaries of the University’s focus on quality and opportunities, enjoying the equal highest rates of employment and as high or higher salaries than like graduates across Australia.

Find out why the 2010 Good Universities Guide rates Bond as Australia’s top university at the annual Open Day from 10am – 3pm, Sunday August 23, or phone 1800 074 074 for more information.

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