About the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine
Bond’s Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine has earned a reputation for the excellence of its education and research in the medical, health and sport sciences. It is our mission to stay at the cutting edge of healthcare education and research, which is supported by our innovative, accelerated programs and world-class facilities. Whether students aspire to take on the healthcare sector as a clinician or an innovator, lead research in their field of choice, or practise as a medical doctor, an exciting career in the health sciences begins right here.
At Bond, student experience is at the heart of everything we do, and this shines through across the breadth of our program offering. Every student in the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine has access to small class sizes, personalised attention from skilled academics and work experience and internship opportunities throughout their degree.
What also sets us apart is our willingness to pioneer new methodologies, practices and techniques in both the teaching and research arenas. Bond University offers the fastest pathway to gaining your Doctor of Medicine in Australasia through our Medical Program that sees students begin as undergraduates and complete both components of their training in just 4 years and 8 months. We spearheaded Australia’s first Doctor of Physiotherapy program, and our pioneering educators have invented technologies, in use at Bond and other institutions, that allow students to explore the human body in 3D and augmented reality.
Bond’s Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine has fostered thousands of exceptional graduates now working as highly-skilled healthcare and health research professionals – discover why.
Explore clinical experiences and classroom technology
Gone are the days where learning was confined to textbooks and lectures – at Bond, our learning experience stands out, with cutting-edge technologies like augmented reality. Associate Professor Dr Christian Moro and PhD student Charlotte Phelps explain.