Awards were conferred upon 585 graduates at Bond University's '223' graduation ceremonies in December.
* There are now over 32,000 Bond graduates.
* The ages of this semester’s graduates range from 18-76.
* There were graduates from 55 different countries including Afghanistan, Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Greece, Kenya, Macau (SAR of China), Maldives, Oman, and Qatar. Congratulations to all our graduates.
Congratulations to all our graduates.
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