Awards were conferred upon more than 500 graduates at Bond University's '233' graduation ceremonies in December. There have now been more than 33,000 graduates since the university opened in 1989.
The new Bondies range in age from 18-70 and their most common birth year is 2000 (23 years old).
There were graduates from 61 countries including Austria, Bulgaria, Egypt, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Portugal, Sri Lanka, Turkey and Vietnam.
Gowri Menon and Ritika Garg.Houda Noufl with family and friends.Christopher Jones Jnr, Zarleigh Jones, Crystal Mahoney, Marnie Jones and Christopher Jones.Navya, Mishka, Gopal and Nupur Kataria.: Marjorie Taatu, Mary Skye Imaka and Joyce Murphy.Linda White, Phoebe, Lilly, Ruby and Jon Steinberg.Matthew Awad and Mary Saweris.Lauren Canning and Lucy Carter.Professor Susan Brandis, centre, with occupational therapy graduates.Kypartah, Ananya, Vishi and Advika Anoop.Chelsea Powell and William Wentworth Layt.Kate Hall, Rachel Byrne and Carissa Gaffney.Graduates of the Medical Program under the Arch.Antony Saeed and David Gabriel.Rashaun Daniels and Irene Jaguru.Shari Willis and Indy Booth.Sarah, Mia and Andrew Johnson.Stephen, Matthew and Carmel Blakemore.Xiaodi Lin and family.Kaitoa and Heather Johnson.Carmin, Isabella, Andre and Jackie Trotta.Thomas Howarth, Lucy Howarth, Claire Follent and Marianns Fallent.Tsutumu Okuyoma and Nakamura Yurie.Amber, Tristan and Megan Bullen.Brett Kostiw and Irene Koulougliotis.Rahul Rajiv, Ekhraj Dhaliwal and Bianca Cox.Alex, Megan and Andy Van der Velde.George Maduike and Janefrances Ezemmuokwe.
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