Bond University offers one of Australia’s most generous scholarship programs, featuring a range of full-fee and part-fee scholarships awarded to the best and brightest applicants each semester.
The Scholarship Program awards both Australian and international students at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. Scholarships are designed to reward and recognise students who have excelled in the areas of academia, leadership, community and sport.
Find your Scholarship
|Scholarship||Summary / Meta description||Criteria||Value||Application Dates||More information|
|The Indigenous Medical Scholarship awards up to 50% tuition remission. This scholarship allows one Indigenous Australian the opportunity to study the Medical Program at Bond University.|
|Applications for this scholarship are currently closed.||Find out more|
|A limited number of scholarships are available to domestic and overseas DOCTORAL students who wish to continue their education through a Higher Degree Research (HDR) PhD program.|
|Applications are currently closed.||Find out more|
|The GEMS Scholarship has been developed to support new undergraduate students enrolling at Bond University from GEMS schools in the Middle East and North Africa region.|
|Applications for this scholarship closed on Sunday, 12 June, 2022.||Find out more|
|The Abedian Foundation has generously provided the Abedian Foundation Master of Architecture Scholarships to eligible students in recognition of Dr Soheil Abedian’s longstanding association with Bond University. The scholarships are awarded on academic merit to successful applicants commencing the Master of Architecture program at Bond University.|
|Applications for this scholarship are now closed.||Find out more|
Other Funding Opportunities
Tertiary Access Payment
The Tertiary Access Payment is a one off payment of up to $5,000, to help eligible students with the cost of moving to study. Find out if you are eligible and apply via Services Australia.
APREF Educational Scholarships
The Australian Property Research and Education Fund (APREF) provide scholarships to support Australian students from either Tasmania or rural/regional locations, who are interested in studying a Bachelor of Property.
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How to apply
1. Complete your Online Study Application
The first step is completing an online application to study your chosen program at Bond. Applications can be completed at any time, and there is no application fee.
2. Find your scholarship
Browse our range of scholarships to see which awards you may be eligible for and visit the Scholarship web page to review the specific application requirements. Mark the application opening date in your diary, as this is when you will be able to begin your application.
3. Complete your Scholarship Application
When applications open, complete and submit the scholarship application form relevant to the scholarship you are applying for, along with any supporting materials. Further details can be found in the 'How to apply' section on each scholarship webpage.
Frequently asked questions
Eligibility requirements vary for each scholarship. Find your scholarship and view the ‘eligibility’ section for detailed criteria.
The assessment process varies depending on the scholarship. View the scholarship you’re interested in for comprehensive information on the assessment process.
Yes! We encourage you to apply for as many scholarships you feel you are eligible for.
If you are a Domestic student, you can apply for more than one scholarship in your Online Scholarship Application Form.
If you are an International student, you will be required to complete a separate PDF Scholarship Application Form for each scholarship you are applying for.
Absolutely! You must complete the Online Study Application form before applying for a scholarship.
You can either complete the enquiry form below and one of our Student Advisors will get back to you, or you can contact our Office of Future Students directly. We are here to help so please do not hesitate to contact us.
For Australian students who are currently completing their final year of High School, you can also download our Year 12 Scholarship Guide for application tips and further FAQ’s.
Enquire about Scholarships
Scholarship Terms and Conditions
View our general Scholarship Terms and Conditions in the Bond Student Handbook