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Private Education More Accessible Than Ever

ever have Australian students had greater access to an affordable, private tertiary education, thanks to the Federal Government’s Fee-Help and the generous $10 million Scholarship Program on offer at Bond University.

Each year, we make a number of scholarships available to Australia’s most talented students to encourage them to bring their ambition to life.

Our $10 million Scholarship Program for 2009 involves a suite of scholarships offering part or full tuition support, including the prestigious Vice-Chancellor Scholarships, an Australia Day Scholarship, journalism cadetships and a Sporting Scholarship for elite sportsmen and women.

In 2007, we expanded our program to include innovative Corporate Scholarships.

"Our Corporate Scholarship Program has seen Bond University partner with a cohort of Fortune 500 companies and major multi-nationals, including Rothschild, Goldman Sachs JBWere, Minter Ellison, the United Group, KPMG and the Australian Securities Exchange, to offer students a university experience that combines study with real world experience," Vice-Chancellor Professor Robert Stable said.

"These corporations are looking for Australia’s best and brightest students whom they will groom from the outset for management careers, through providing them with a part tuition scholarship and combining their studies with workplace management training programs.

"As such, this program will open the doors to blue-chip careers, giving our most extraordinary young people the leading edge when it comes to forging their way to the top of the corporate ladder," Professor Stable said.

Students looking to apply for a scholarship to commence study at Bond University in 2009 should act quickly - applications close at the end of July. Visit Scholarships for further information and to access an application form.

Prospective university students looking to finance a private university education can also take advantage of Fee-Help to pay for all or part of an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

Fee-Help is a Commonwealth-funded interest-free loan available to Australian students to help pay tuition fees in full-fee paying courses.

Students can borrow up to $81,600 under the scheme (and up to $102,000 for medical students).

"This means the majority of our students can now fund their degree wholly through Fee-Help, rather than having to enter into commercial loans, which to-date has been a stumbling block for some students," said Professor Stable.

Find more information on:

* Financing your study at Bond University
* Bond University's Scholarship Program - Be quick! Scholarship applications close July 31.

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