About Bond University
Bond University administers its own admission for all programs except the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD) (the Bond Medical Program); admission to this course is managed by QTAC.
Bond University offers a personalised academic environment that enables graduates from all over the world to exceed their potential. As an independent not-for-profit institution, all tuition fees are reinvested into the University to further develop learning facilities and enhance the student experience. Bond is Australia’s highest rating university for educational experience in the Good Universities Guide.
Bond University challenges students to be leaders and thinkers, combining globally-focused course content with industry experience to develop initiative, enterprise and ambition that prepares graduates for rapid career progression.
Bond’s three-semesters-per-year structure enables students to accelerate their studies, completing a six-semester bachelor’s degree in two years instead of three, providing graduates with a valuable head start in the competitive careers market. Students thrive in smaller study groups where renowned professors and industry-experienced lecturers know them by name.
Degrees and programs
Bond University offers a range of diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate programs in business, hotel and tourism management, health sciences and medicine, physiotherapy, nutrition and dietetics, humanities and social sciences, law, sustainable development and architecture.
How to apply
Applications for all programs, except the Bond Medical Program, must be lodged directly with Bond University.
Applicants must follow the University’s application processes, including any timelines, where applicable. For more information, visit the Bond University website.
For the Bond Medical Program, visit Course Search.
Bond University applies a range of criteria when assessing the eligibility of applicants.
If you are completing Year 12 and want an early offer, Bond will consider your full Year 11 results, semester 1 results in Year 12, and your school recommendation (if provided). Early offers are issued between October and December. If you qualify, you will receive a conditional offer from Bond. This means that you will be admitted to the offered program when you achieve the minimum score as stated on your offer letter.
If you have completed Year 12 and have not studied since completing high school, Bond will use your senior secondary academic results and/or rank (if any) to assess you for admission. You may need to provide a resume if you have completed Year 12 more than a year ago.
Bond University also recognises a range of other post-secondary qualifications for admission, such as an AQF certificate IV or higher from a recognized provider, or the successful completion of a semester of a bachelor’s degree. Documented vocational or professional experience and STAT results will also be considered for admission.
If you do not meet the criteria for entry into your preferred program, Bond will assess you for an admission pathway. The pathway will give you an opportunity to meet the criteria into your chosen program.
Bond University may also apply adjustment factors at its discretion for students who may not otherwise get into their program. These adjustment factors, such as subject adjustment, rural consideration, leadership or community engagement, are only considered if you do not meet the criteria for entry into your preferred undergraduate program.
Bond University is a CRICOS registered provider (00017B) and welcomes international student applications for all programs except the Bond Medical Program, which is only available to international students via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science pathway.
Bond university offers several full-fee and part-fee scholarships and bursaries. For information on how to apply and application closing dates, visit the Bond University website.
Refer to the program entries on QTAC's website for approximate tuition costs. Fees are subject to change on an annual basis. In addition to the Student Activities Fee, books and study materials, your chosen program may also require payment of additional compulsory costs such as uniforms, excursions or placement fees. More information on tuition fees and other costs is available from the Bond University website.
FEE-HELP is an interest free loan from the Australian Government that helps eligible fee-paying students pay their tuition fees and can be used for undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and research study. To access FEE-HELP, you must meet residency and other criteria. More information is available on the Bond University website.
For general entry requirement information, visit Bond University's website.
Find entry requirements for Bond’s self-managed undergraduate programs in Course Search.
Find entry requirements for the Bond Medical Program in Course Search and on Bond's website.
For additional information about the institution profile (including student profile) and course admissions information for semester 1, 2018, contact Bond.
Request any of the following brochures online or call 1800 074 074:
- Undergraduate Course Guide
- Postgraduate Course Guide
- Investing in your Future
- Scholarships Brochure and Application Form
- Accommodation Information
- Schedule of Fees.
Page last updated: 05 Jul 2018