Best four months at Bond
Year after year, hundreds of students come to the beautiful Gold Coast, Australia for the sandy white beaches, the active lifestyle, and the high standard of Australian international education. Bond University has so much to offer students through our cohesive university community, beautiful architecture and facilities, world leading academics, and broad social agenda throughout the semester.
Studying abroad is an experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life. It’s an opportunity to expand your educational horizons and enhance your qualifications with an international perspective. It will connect you to a global network of new friends and future business associates; most of all you have the chance to have the time of your life, as you grow personally and learn more about a new culture in a safe environment.
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Applying to study abroad
Before you get started, establish if you're a Study Abroad or Inbound Exchange student. Find out what's the difference:
Study abroad student
You are a study abroad student if your home institution does not have a formal exchange partner agreement with Bond University or the partnership has met the number of yearly fee-waived exchange places.
Study abroad students often come to Bond through a formal agent or apply direct and pay their fees to Bond.
Inbound exchange student
You are an inbound exchange student if your home institution has a formal exchange partner agreement with Bond University and you have been nominated by your university to study here.
Exchange students come to Bond by applying to their home university exchange program and continue to pay fees to their home institution. Students coming to Bond on a formal exchange do not pay tuition fees to Bond University.
Please read the information below carefully as the first stage of the application process for inbound exchange and study abroad varies slightly.
Study abroad students
Students may apply for the Study Abroad program through a Study Abroad Representative, their home institution's direct enrol partner program, or directly to Bond.
Please check with the International Office at your home university to make sure you meet any all of their requirements.
Inbound exchange students
Seek approval from your home institution and apply using their Outbound Exchange Student application process. Your university will contact Bond to nominate you to study with us.
If you are successfully nominated, you will be contacted by our office to apply to Bond using our online application. Please ensure to submit all required documents as requested on the form.
To apply to study abroad at Bond University, start here for a step-by-step application guide.
Applications are recommended to be received three months prior to the start of the relevant semester.
Make sure to include the following with your study abroad application:
- Original certified academic transcript and grading scale
- Proof of English skills
- 6-8 subjects (courses) that have been approved by your home institution for credit toward your home degree.
To find more information about Study Abroad subjects available by semester, please use the subject search. (Please note, to filter your search results, please tick the "Display only Study Abroad subjects" box.)
CRICOS Program Code 063152G
Bond will assess your application to ensure your meet all academic and language entry requirements.
- If you are successful, you will be sent a “Letter of Offer” outlining any fees*, health cover, and other requirements required to “Accept your offer”.
- To formally "Accept your offer" all you need to do it log into our online application service, follow the instructions and pay any outlined fees.
Upon accepting your offer, you will be admitted into Bond and issued with an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE), which you will need to apply for your visa.
Upon receipt of your eCoE, you will be able to apply for a non award student visa through the Australian Immigration Authority.
A visa can take from four weeks up to several months to be granted. Please ensure you do not book your flights until your visa is approved.
Please contact the Australian Immigration Authority for visa advice.