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School students experience Business at Bond

Over 80 students from 13 different schools attended Bond University for Business Experience Week recently.

Held over three days from March 13-15, the students participated in activities and lectures, and got a taste of what the Bond Business School has to offer.

The themes for the days were Commerce Day, Management Day, and Events, Hotels and Tourism Day. So whether the attendees were numbers wizards, keen travellers curious about opportunities in the world of tourism or ambitious leaders, there was a session during Business Experience Week for them.

Feedback from the students who attended was very positive. Emily, a year 12 student from St Andrew’s Lutheran College, shared how the week had been very beneficial for her.

“The week was fantastic. I attended the three days and it really opened my eyes up to possibilities I wasn’t even aware of,” said Emily.

“The lecturers were really interesting and I’m now considering new career options for next year.

“The opportunity to talk to current students at lunch was also beneficial as it gave me a firsthand insight into what life is like at Bond. I’d definitely tell my friends they should come along to future ones.”

The Bond Business School holds a number of similar experience days during the year. To find out more, contact Aiko Fujino on [email protected]

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