Whether you're studying on campus in Australia, or beginning your studies from overseas, as a Bond University student you will enjoy the exceptional educational experience that we are known for.
You will have the flexibility to start your study on campus or remotely, depending on your circumstances and program. This means you will be joining a multi-modal classroom where students who can attend campus will participate in tutorials, seminars, workshops and lab sessions face-to-face, learning alongside students joining classes remotely.
While the future may seem uncertain, one thing is for sure. You will access Bond's personal attention, individual support and be part of our close community of like-minded students - no matter where you are located.
What does multi-modal mean?
Multi-modal class delivery means you can begin your studies and join the Bond community, regardless of your location. If you are learning from outside Australia, or even interstate, you can join us in classes virtually, learning alongside students who are attending classes on campus. Some subjects and programs may have aspects of the course being delivered entirely remotely, with every student participating online.
TIP: Search for your chosen program and visit its dedicated webpage to confirm it is being delivered in a multi-modal format.
Support for every Bondy
Every student has easy and equal access to the personalised student experience Bond is known for. As a Bondy, you will have the direct contact details of your academics, personal access to our support services, as well as the ability to book appointments with the Academic Skills Centre and Career Development Centre online.
Be an adaptable graduate
To stand out and be successful in your career, you will need to be able to thrive in a virtual environment, collaborate with teams across the globe and adapt to ever-present change. Learning in a multi-modal classroom, you will be practising these skills and developing all the qualities that will help you succeed in your future career.
4 ways to make the most of Bond's student experience while studying remotely
President of Bond’s International Student Society and Secretary of the Asian Law Students’ Association, Chamudi Samaratunga, has been learning remotely in Bond’s multi-modal classrooms for over 12 months. In this blog, she shares her best advice for new Bondies starting their studies from overseas.
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