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Bachelor of Property

Program overview

As the world’s population grows, so too must our cities, suburban areas, towns – and consequently – our demand for residential, commercial, and community property. 

The property sector is now Australia’s largest industry and employer, exposed to significant upswings and cycles. In this dynamic and unpredictable environment, companies are looking for employees with up-to-date, in-depth knowledge of current legislation, new technologies and future trends in the real estate and development sector. 

Bond’s Bachelor of Property covers the full lifecycle of construction, finance, and valuation – from feasibility analysis, planning processes and land economy through to real estate property rights, property trusts and taxation, and spatial information systems – all underpinned by the core principles of environmental, economic, and social sustainability.
 
Studying at Bond, you will be immersed in the ‘living laboratory’ of Australia’s fastest growing region and an infrastructure development hotspot, where you’ll have the opportunity to work with real clients on commercial, residential, public sector and community projects.
 

Program code: SD-90002

CRICOS code: 078181A

Program overview

As the world’s population grows, so too must our cities, suburban areas, towns – and consequently – our demand for residential, commercial, and community property. 

The property sector is now Australia’s largest industry and employer, exposed to significant upswings and cycles. In this dynamic and unpredictable environment, companies are looking for employees with up-to-date, in-depth knowledge of current legislation, new technologies and future trends in the real estate and development sector. 

Bond’s Bachelor of Property covers the full lifecycle of construction, finance, and valuation – from feasibility analysis, planning processes and land economy through to real estate property rights, property trusts and taxation, and spatial information systems – all underpinned by the core principles of environmental, economic, and social sustainability.
 
Studying at Bond, you will be immersed in the ‘living laboratory’ of Australia’s fastest growing region and an infrastructure development hotspot, where you’ll have the opportunity to work with real clients on commercial, residential, public sector and community projects.
 

Program code: SD-90002

CRICOS code: 078181A

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About this program

The Bachelor of Property provides a foundation for careers in the property development and management industry and the opportunity to specialise in Property Valuation.  The degree provides a comprehensive range of subjects including construction practices, feasibility studies, finance, investment and valuation, property markets, corporate real estate, land economy, sustainable development and urban development.

Program Specific Scholarship

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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What you'll be studying

  • Study overview

    The Bachelor of Property comprises 24 subjects (240 credit points) of which 19 compulsory foundation subjects cover every aspect of property development, the management and sale life cycle, plus two general electives that can be selected from any Faculty of the University.

    Bond’s teaching methodology is a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, examinations, projects, presentations, assignments, computer labs and industry projects.      This overview is based on a January start date.

Program features

  • Learn by doing

    Bond’s Bachelor of Property mixes theoretical and hands-on practical learning. You will have the opportunity to get work experience and build connections with major property developers and valuers, thanks to the Faculty’s long-standing industry partnerships. 

    Even on campus, you will be working on case studies and projects that relate to real-life developments.

  • Learn from industry

    You’ll be mentored by people like Award-winning lecturer Dr Matthew Moorhead; API organising committee member, David Logue; experienced academics including heritage expert Dr Johari Amar; Ned Wales who has worked on major city planning projects across the USA and Australia; Thushara Samaratunga – a specialist in 3D urban modelling, mobile app development, drone data capturing and web mapping; and leading researcher Associate Professor Lynne Armitage who has studied, worked and taught in Australia, the UK, south-east Asia and Namibia.

  • Standout facilities

    You will be based in our Built Environment precinct where we are redefining the urban areas of tomorrow and developing the most advanced sustainable development practices. The precinct encompasses the Abedian School of Architecture, the international award-winning Sustainable Development building, the Fabrication and Robotics Laboratories and the new Society and Design building opened in November 2020.

  • Make a difference

    Extracurricular programs such as Transformer and Beyond Bond let you work on real-life passion projects and volunteering programs as part of your studies.

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Hear from our Bondies

  • "Bond is rated very favourably internationally and Australia’s number 1 university for student experience. I recognised my learning style and Bond was a perfect fit. I wanted to be highly engaged throughout my property degree, and I absolutely was! The professors were always willing to help, guide, support and provide and opportunities to get you to where you want to be. Bond provided that wealth of knowledge and entry into the world of enterprise with confidence to achieve lifelong ambitions."

    Jackson Wichlinski - Bachelor of Property Alumnus
  • "Our focus on industry connectivity and the development of employment relevant skills make Bond property graduates a popular choice with employers across many roles in the property space. Industry relevant, highly qualified and experienced staff and location within a city which prides itself on its iconic property industry makes Bond an excellent place to study a property program."

    David Logue - Senior Teaching Fellow
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Hear from our Bondies

  • "Our focus on industry connectivity and the development of employment relevant skills make Bond property graduates a popular choice with employers across many roles in the property space. Industry relevant, highly qualified and experienced staff and location within a city which prides itself on its iconic property industry makes Bond an excellent place to study a property program."

    David Logue - Senior Teaching Fellow
  • "Bond is rated very favourably internationally and Australia’s number 1 university for student experience. I recognised my learning style and Bond was a perfect fit. I wanted to be highly engaged throughout my property degree, and I absolutely was! The professors were always willing to help, guide, support and provide and opportunities to get you to where you want to be. Bond provided that wealth of knowledge and entry into the world of enterprise with confidence to achieve lifelong ambitions."

    Jackson Wichlinski - Bachelor of Property Alumnus
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