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Photo gallery: 231 Graduation

Bond University conferred awards upon 641 graduates at the ‘231’ graduation ceremonies, bringing the total number of graduates since 1989 to 32,630.

The most common awards were Juris Doctor (47), Bachelor of Laws (44), Bachelor of Biomedical Science (43) and the Bond University–BBT Global Leadership MBA (34).

Ages of the graduates ranged from 19-70 and the cohort’s most common birth year was 2002.

The graduates hailed from 54 countries and included 11 Aboriginal and Torres Strait graduates.

Congratualtions to our newest Bondies!

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Dr Iain Feather, Jane Feather, Lilli-Mei Feather and Lachlan Feather.
Hamish Caudle, Isaac Maynard, Chloe Macindoe and Barry David.
Greg, Hannah and Harriet Schmidt.
Annabel Smyth and Amelie Madsen.
Rudolf van der Merwe and Candice Denton-Cooke.
Liane Harder and Eder Lopez.
Christopher Airey, Darcey Walsh and Pierce Greffe.
Christopher Airey and Jack Luke-Paredi.
Holly Ferre and Xavier Phillip.
 Atousa Toudiei and Farid Vedaei.
Jacky, Chloe and Sophie Macindoe.
Claudine, Russell and Andie-Lee Cilliers.
Tosita Tobassam, Aaisha Karim and Amen Karim.
Maddison Ambords, Keisha Sigismondi and Nicholas Gorcilor.
Sienna, Jackie, Paul, Rachael and Keeley Martin.
Emily Charlton, Georgia Gillibrand, Maci Polley, Greta Brown and Will Polley.

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