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Win a semester abroad in Australia

Bond University, Australia’s first private not-for-profit university has announced a challenge to win a tuition free semester abroad including flights and accommodation, studying in the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty at its world-class campus on Queensland’s beautiful Gold Coast.

Open to all students enrolled in a French higher education institution for the year 2011/2012 and who will be aged at least 18 years by August 30, 2012, the challenge requires entrants to prepare an audiovisual creation on the topic “Truly Global, Truly Bond.”

Applicants are asked to address the theme of Australian and international education and how studying a semester of Humanities, Social Sciences or Communication and Media at Bond University can help them achieve a truly global career.

Entries can be in the form of a video, website or slideshow and must be original, no longer than five-minutes and created in English.

A panel of judges will determine the best student production based on a number of criteria including: understanding and relevance, creativity, clarity and effective communication, and technical and aesthetic quality of the production. The winner will also need to meet eligibility requirements, (including minimum English Language requirements).

Applicants must register for the competition by 31 December, with completed productions to be sent to Australie Mag, 16 rue Charlemagne, 75004 Paris, by express mail only, no later than March 30, 2012, postmark authentic.

Dean of Bond University’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor Raoul Mortley encouraged students who are seeking a truly global education and career to apply.

“If your ambition is on a global scale, then Bond University is the place for you to study,” said Professor Mortley.

“Not only does this contest represent an opportunity to study at Australia’s highest rating university under world-class and internationally trained professors, it is also an opportunity to gain a global outlook that will prepare you to pursue a career anywhere in the world,” he said.

The challenge winner will be able to choose from a number of disciplines offered by Bond University’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences; including Criminology, Counselling, Film and Television, Multimedia, Journalism, Computer Games and International Relations, among others.

Studying in small class sizes at Bond’s expansive 50-hectare campus on the Gold Coast, they will also have access to the most advanced, state-of-the-art learning facilities available and be located only minutes from the white sandy beaches that make the Gold Coast one of Australia’s favourite holiday destinations.

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