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Bond University the first Australian university to accept PayPal

Bond University is the first university in Australia to offer PayPal as an online payment option for paying university fees. Students can now choose to pay their fees securely 24/7 using PayPal, while the University’s administrators can process payments made online more efficiently. 

PayPal is Bond’s newest payment option in a bid to offer students more choice and convenience when paying their fees. 

“We selected PayPal in order to facilitate tuition fee payments because it’s a trusted and convenient service,” said Nickie Pruden General Manager of Finance at Bond University. “PayPal will be particularly helpful to our international students as they can make online payments with ease and with the added peace of mind of knowing that their financial details are secure.”

PayPal provides students with a secure online payment option, enabling them to send money without sharing any financial information. With PayPal, students can choose to pay their fees using a debit or credit card, bank account or PayPal account balance.

PayPal is Australia’s preferred way to pay online when compared to other online payment systems and individual credit card brands (Nielsen Online Consumer Report 1H 2009), with more than 5 million accounts in Australia and 200 million accounts worldwide.

How can Bond University students pay using PayPal?

Students with a PayPal account can visit and enter their student ID, name, dollar amount and then follow the links for payment. Bond University students without a PayPal account can sign up at Alternatively, students choosing not to sign up for a PayPal account can pay their fees at as a guest PayPal user or with a credit card. 

For more information about the PayPal service, and to read the PayPal Product Disclosure Statement, visit

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