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Information for International Students

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International Student Prospectus


Right now, no matter what you’re doing – working on a big job, a small job or trying to find a job – this is the most you’ve ever thought, worked or questioned what life is all about, and you’re not the only one. There’s seven billion different ‘nows’ happening in the world. With so much going on, why wouldn’t you learn from it? At Bond University we prize current knowledge from innovators. We value experience in the world right now. We make each moment count with small class sizes, personal attention and accelerated degrees. Because there’s no moment like this moment. Bond University.


Welcome Vice-Chancellor’s Message The world is changing. How we learn and respond to these changes is critical for our future successes. The future belongs to those making it now, so finding the right university is the most important decision you will make at this stage of your life. It all starts with the right learning environment. Every Bond student receives a personalised, transformative learning experience thanks to practical learning opportunities that respond to our world moment by moment, smaller class sizes and the chance to collaborate with like-minded students. As a Bond student, you will have a lifelong advantage, equipped with the skills to stand up to intense competition, become globally mobile and connected with the right people for career success. When I venture around campus I feel a special kind of spirit at Bond. Guided by world-class lecturers, all of our students are eager, ambitious and ready to challenge the norm with innovation always top of mind. The accelerated degrees, which can be completed in just two years inspire a culture of discipline and focus. And the result? Graduates that are confident, capable and awake to opportunity. We know you have the potential to make a real difference – because we have seen so many of our students over the years do just that. Living and working in every corner of the globe, they are now heading up major corporations, helping disadvantaged communities in developing countries, researching medical breakthroughs, engineering cutting-edge technologies. As a graduate of Bond University, you will be joining their elite ranks. I very much look forward to sharing the journey as you bring your ambition to life. Kind regards,

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Professor Tim Brailsford Vice-Chancellor and President


Contents COURSE PROFILES

APPLYING TO BOND

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The Bond Difference

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Why Bond?

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Bond Business School

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Pathways to Bond University

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Life at Bond

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Faculty of Law

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Application and Entry

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Living on the Gold Coast

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Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine

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Fees

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State-of-the-Art Facilities

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Faculty of Society & Design

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Essential Contacts

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Your Opportunities at Bond

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Undergraduate Study Options

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Postgraduate Study Options


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The Bond Difference A Bond University degree takes you beyond the accepted definition of a university education to develop initiative, enterprise, ambition and lifelong commitment to making a meaningful contribution to your chosen field. In 2017 Bond University was also listed in the prestigious global top 20 universities in the Times Higher Education (THE) Rankings of the Best Small Universities in the World. You will find Bond’s dedication to the highest academic standards, coupled with open access to world-class teaching professionals, industry leaders and blue chip employers will help you to reach your very highest potential.

2017 Good Universities Guide

Bond University rates 5 stars

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Overall Quality of Education Teaching Quality Learner Engagement Learning Resources Student Support Skills Development

2017 QS Star Ratings • • • • • •

Teaching Employability Internationalisation Facilities Social Responsibility Inclusiveness


#1 in Australia for Student Experience

The Main Library provides customer-focused, quality innovative services, information resources and a selection of active learning zones to suit groups and individual silent study needs.

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Bond University students are most satisfied with their Student Experience as rated on Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website.


Why Bond? Because we do things differently. FINISH YOUR DEGREE UP TO A YEAR AHEAD OF THE REST

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At Bond, you won’t lose time with long breaks between semesters. We run three full semesters a year, with intakes in January, May and September. This means that you can complete a standard bachelor’s degree in just two years or a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in one year. It also means you will be out in the workforce up to a year ahead of the rest, earning sooner.

BE MENTORED BY WORLD LEADING ACADEMICS

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Bond’s personalised teaching philosophy means you will learn in smaller class sizes with unprecedented one-on-one access to your professors. Even outside of class time, our academics have an open door policy that means they will not only know you by name, they’ll actively mentor your progress.

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This is why our graduates are the first choice for many employers. They are immediately distinguishable in the workplace for their confidence, maturity, global awareness, communication skills and leadership qualities. Bond sets you up to succeed.

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At Bond, we believe education goes beyond the classroom. Our unique Beyond Bond program will expand your horizons with internships, global volunteering programs, international competitions, industry conferences, study tours, community service and much, much more.


Experience Bond University Now

Explore Bond University from anywhere in the world! Our Bond Now application allows you to immerse yourself in our campus and state-of-the-art facilities in a 360-degree tour. Watch as the bustling activity of university life unfolds around you and take in every aspect of our amazing learning spaces. There is so much to explore and visit from the Anatomy Labs and watching AFL training on the sports fields to witnessing a mock trial in the Moot Court. Download the app now!

Search “Bond Now�


About the Gold Coast Mermaid Beach Burleigh Beach

Coolangatta

Bond University

Broadbeach

Surfers Paradise

57km COASTLINE

WEATHER

FAMOUS FOR

Theme parks

Entertainment and nightlife

Summer December to February 20 - 31˚C (68 - 88˚F)

Lush hinterland

Shopping and markets

Autumn / Fall March to May 16 - 27˚C (61 - 81˚F)

Beautiful wild and sealife

Music and food festivals

Winter June to August 9 - 22˚C (48 - 72˚F)

Hotel and resorts

Surfing

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Spring September to November 15 - 28˚C (59 - 82˚F)


Life at Bond

Bond has a real community feel and vibrant student social life. From sporting, social and special interest clubs as well as a full calendar of events and gatherings, there’s so much to enjoy. STUDENT ACTIVITIES MEMBERSHIP (SAM) SAM provides you with access to the Sports Centre and clubs offered by the Bond University Students Association (BUSA). BUSA is your student organisation. BUSA’s mission is to make student life at Bond more rewarding - ranging from enhancing academic pursuits, facilitating sporting involvement and satisfying social necessities. BUSA is funded through the SAM Fee, and is a voluntary, apolitical group of elected students here to represent you.

CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND FACULTY STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS We encourage you to get involved on campus with over 70 student clubs available to you. Sign up at Club Sign-On Day, held the first Friday of each semester. Below are a few examples of clubs and activities you can access: · Water polo · Athletics and Running Club · Rugby · Cheerleading · Drama Society · Basketball · Bond Music Society · Netball

BUSA offers a number of services, including: · Clubs, societies and association support · Events · Acting as your voice on University issues · Publications · External connections

For further information on the clubs offered at Bond University, visit busa.com.au/student-life/clubs.

BUSA is here to help you make the most of your time at Bond and exists to provide services to Student Activity Members and the broader student community.

The university has a variety of dining options available conveniently located on campus including Don’s Tavern, Pines Brassiere, Papyrus Cafe, and the University Club as well as Bond Express, an on-campus convenience store.

CAFES AND RESTAURANTS

BOND UNIVERSITY SPORTS CENTRE SAM members also gain access to all group exercise classes, Sports Centre facilities and sports equipment hire, discounted prices for massage services and personal training packages.

Christian Whitfield President, Bond University Student Association

“Being President of the Bond University Student Association (BUSA) is not only a great honour but also an amazing experience. I am always surprised at how much access we have to senior management and how much they genuinely want to know and accommodate the student voice. Not only does Bond offer its unique variety of events, student clubs and initiatives, the campus is just a short drive to some amazing central spots on the Gold Coast which are a must see for any student. A few great places to check out off campus include Miami Street Food Marketta, climb Mt Warning, day trip down to Byron Bay and swim in the Currumbin rock pools.”


Bond University has been awarded world’s best beachside university in 2015 by independent education network, Study International.

Living on the Gold Coast

FACILITIES AND SERVICES Bond University is a non-denominational campus, however we have prayer rooms on campus and our pastoral care and chaplaincy service can link you to nearby worship centres for all different faiths.

Darwin

Cairns

Brisbane Gold Coast

Perth Adelaide

Sydney Canberra Melbourne Hobart

With a variety of accommodation options, there’s something to suit most students’ preferences, whether you wish to live on or off campus. There is also a wide range of rental accommodation available near the University if you would rather live off campus. For more information on accommodation options, visit bond.edu.au/accommodation or email student_residences@bond.edu.au.

Gold Coast to Brisbane

1 hour

Gold Coast to Adelaide

2 hours 45 mins

Gold Coast to Canberra

1 hour 40 mins

Gold Coast to Melbourne

2 hours 20 mins

Gold Coast to Sydney

1 hour 30 mins

Brisbane to Darwin

4 hours 10 mins

Brisbane to Hobart

2 hours 45 mins

Brisbane to Perth

5 hours 40 mins

Gold Coast to Auckland, NZ 2 hours 55 mins

Gold Coast to Brisbane

1 hour 30 mins

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Bond University is located approximately 10 minutes from some of Australia’s most beautiful beaches. It is also in close proximity to great shopping precincts, entertainment, theme parks and nightlife.

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

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Bordered by a lush hinterland rainforest and stretching along 57 kilometres of stunning coastline, the Gold Coast is best known for its beaches and sees 300 days of sunshine each year and is one of Australia’s fastest growing cities. The city is vibrant and modern and boasts a strong community spirit with a lifestyle second to nowhere else in Australia.


State-of-the-Art Facilities

Studying at Bond University provides you with access to worldclass facilities on campus. You will gain a clear advantage through easy access to unparalleled academic, technological and recreational facilities.

TECHNOLOGY

LIBRARIES

The Balnaves Foundation Multimedia Learning Centre (MLC) is a technology-rich and architecturally exciting learning environment. It provides you with access to collaborative study spaces and the latest audio visual and computer technology in a spectacular location. You will have access to a laptop bar, study booths with LCD screens for interactive learning, a collaborative learning room with a Smartboard, HD projector and video conferencing facilities and flexible furniture arrangements to accommodate group work and discussion.

Bond University’s John & Alison Kearney Library includes over 235,000 volumes and 1,800 journal titles in print, as well as hundreds of DVDs, laserdiscs, CD ROMs, and video and audio cassettes. Access is provided to over 22,000 full-text electronic journals and over 100 journal databases. In addition, Bond University’s John & Alison Kearney Law Library has an extensive collection of specialised law materials available for the Australian and selected international legal systems.


SPORTING Bond University has an active sporting and recreation program on campus, housing a fully equipped gymnasium including an Olympic size swimming pool and spa. Also located on campus are beach volleyball courts, a sports hall for basketball and netball, tennis courts and sports fields. Students compete in both the summer and winter competitions of the Australian University Games. Some students also play competitive sport representing Queensland or Australia in national and international sporting codes.


BOND BUSINESS SCHOOL

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES & MEDICINE

Comprising two industry-standard trading facilities, Bond Business School offers every student unparalleled, 24-hour access to 40 Bloomberg terminals. Used predominantly in accounting, actuarial science, economics and finance classes, all students benefit from exposure to live market information. You will gain practical experience with data analytics, portfolio management, economic trends and financial trading. A practical understanding of these areas will give you a competitive edge in your career. Our students also have access to the Bond Business Commercialisation Centre (BBCC) a dedicated area to help build tomorrow’s innovative thought leaders and budding entrepreneurs, one by one.

Incorporating the latest technology, the Faculty contains the following outstanding learning facilities: • Anatomy and Histology Laboratory — Fitted to handle human cadaveric material, also contains an extensive collection of modern anatomical models and histology slides. • Clinical Skills Rooms — Exposing students to a variety of real-world situations before they commence their placements with state-of-the-art equipment including computerised simulations and human patient simulators. • Bond Institute of Health and Sport — Housing world-class training and monitoring equipment for students studying nutrition and dietetics, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and exercise and sports science.


Bond Law’s Legal Skills Centre is the first of its kind to integrate the full complement of legal-based training facilities, with moot courtrooms and purpose-built suites designed for interviewing, dispute resolution and Professional Legal Training. Designed on input provided by judges, legal practitioners and the Faculty, this world-class facility is designed to give you simulated real world experience in practising your legal skills. It is equipped with evidence management systems, video conferencing facilities and video streaming that replicates the very latest technology used in the High Court of Australia.

The Faculty of Society & Design has several state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities including: • Abedian School of Architecture — Architecturally designed learning space including design studios, reading and resource rooms as well as an exhibition area. The facility provides 24/7 access with dedicated studio desk space for each student for the duration of their studies. • Level-up Lab — A media facility specifically tailored for the development of 2D and 3D digital media. • Film and Television Studios — One of the largest production facilities in South East Queensland. • Psychology Clinic — A modern clinic with observation and consulting rooms; including a test library and student training area. • Sustainable Development Building — First in Australia to achieve a 6 Star Green Star — Education PILOT Certified Rating for design by the Green Building Council of Australia.

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FACULTY OF LAW


Your Opportunities at Bond

STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM

ALUMNI PROGRAM

Bond University offers the opportunity for international students to study for one or two semesters. Taking part in a study abroad experience will connect you to a global network of new friends and future business associates as you study and live within a dynamic, multicultural community of students and academics hailing from over 80 different countries.

The Bond Alumni Network is a vibrant, active and committed association of professionals, comprising more than 22,000 graduates in over 170 countries worldwide.

The university conveniently offers three intakes per year in January, May and September. The semesters align with the Northern Hemisphere’s academic calendar ensuring minimal disruption to your study timetable.

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Bond University’s Scholarship Program aims to reward students from across the globe with part-fee tuition remission scholarships and monetary grants. We aim to identify the leaders of the future and help them realise their full potential by providing access to an exceptional educational experience. Bond University’s Scholarship Program is proudly supported by key industry partners and global philanthropists, our scholarships are available to international students who have excelled in the areas of academia, leadership, community and sporting. Awards range from full and part-fee tuition scholarships through to monetary grants and are offered at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Our Alumni are distinguished by their high level career connections and their willingness to share their wealth of life experience with current Bond students. The Alumni Network is closely involved with life on campus, providing students with work experience placements, internships, one-on-one mentoring, job opportunities and career introductions. They also contribute to the Bond Annual Fund, helping students finance their studies through the Academic Support Fund and with special grants for unique ‘beyond the classroom’ educational experiences.

EXCHANGE PROGRAM Bond encourages diversity in academic and cultural experiences through our international exchange program. Choose from over 80 institutions in 27 countries that are leading the field in your study area while building new global friendships and networks. By enrolling with one of our prestigious partner universities for a semester, you study courses relevant to your degree, receive credit toward your studies, and still complete your degree in the same amount of time as you would in Australia. Please refer to bond.edu.au/exchange for further information.

For more information on Bond University’s Scholarship Program visit bond.edu.au/scholarships.

I chose Bond because I wanted to complete my degree in English and come to Australia as it is a great environment to learn Business and a beautiful university. A highlight so far has been winning the Gold Coast Startup Weekend offered on campus, where we were challenged to work intensively with a team to develop and present our business idea within 48 hours. I have been amazed by all of the opportunities that exist on the Gold Coast and studying at Bond. Alexander Daysh from Norway Bachelor of Business


The Global Links Room provides international connectivity and the ability to study, discuss and debate issues with other students and academics across the world in real-time, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

BEYOND BOND

CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

Beyond Bond is an innovative, student-focused, non-traditional program that presents a life-learning experience like no other. This core compulsory component aims to equip you with the knowledge, competencies and skills to effectively take responsibility and plan an appropriate career path. You will gain awareness and understanding of the career development process and, through the use of various job-related tools, will be empowered to create your own professional approach towards your future career aspirations. Students will also acquire a realistic appreciation of the world of work and broaden their employment skills beyond the classroom through a variety of work-integrated learning and/or global community engagement.

From your first weeks at university, we can help you identify your career goals and learn more about potential industries and employers; working with you through the processes of finding graduate positions, writing applications and resumes, and getting you ready for that all-important interview.

INTERNSHIPS At Bond University we are committed to ensuring our graduates are ready to hit the ground running through internship and work experience opportunities. These opportunities provide you with invaluable skills in your selected field, which may lead directly to full-time employment opportunities. Our qualified and experienced team of employment services specialists will assist you with everything from part-time employment, internships and work experience, through to graduate opportunities and career support. We work closely with industry partners from top tier blue-chip and multinational companies, through small and medium enterprises. Some of our industry partners include Amnesty International, Macquarie Group Limited, Clayton Utz, KPMG, Marriott International, Clemenger BBDO and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

We are your go-to team for arranging internships and work experience placements with every type of organisation from top corporates through to small SMEs in your field of studies. We can help you source holiday and part-time employment. And, as a key point of contact for leading blue-chip employers actively recruiting university graduates, we can put you in touch with all the right people via personal introductions at our annual Careers Fair, regular networking functions and referrals.

Semester 2

Semester 3

Orientation

8 - 12 January

7 - 11 May

3 - 7 September

Semester Starts

15 January

14 May

10 September

Semester Ends

24 April

18 August

15 December

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2018 Semester Dates


Sports Centre Bond University’s world class Sports Centre opened in May, 2016. The multi-million dollar facility encompasses a gym with state-of-the-art fitness equipment and measures 2,700 sqm. The centre is truly the jewel in the crown of Bond University Sport. All students get free access to Bond’s wide range of sporting facilities including: • World class gym • 50 meter heated Olympic swimming pool • Spa • Beach Volleyball courts • Group exercise rooms and classes • Rugby and AFL / Soccer fields • Sports Hall • Squash courts • Tennis courts • Golf and cricket practice nets For more details visit bond.edu.au/sports-centre.


Be part of GC2018

There’s never been a more exciting time to study on the Gold Coast! From 4- 15 April, 2018, the City of Gold Coast will host the 2018 Commonwealth Games, welcoming more than 6,600 athletes and team officials from 70 Commonwealth nations and territories. GC2018 will be the largest event held in Australia this decade, featuring the most extensive sports program in Commonwealth Games history comprising 18 sports and seven para-sports. With some of the most advanced sports training and testing facilities in south-east Queensland, Bond University will be hosting a number of athletes in our new multi-million dollar Sports Centre on campus and the high performance Bond Institute of Health and Sport located right next door to one of the host venues, CBus Super Stadium. For our students, there will be casual job opportunities in the lead-up to and during the Games or you can be part of the action by joining the GC2018 team of 15,000 volunteers.

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Find out more about how you can make the 2018 Commonwealth Games part of your Bond experience at: • Official GC2018 website - gc2018.com/take-part/employment • Gold Coast City Council website – goldcoast.qld.gov.au/gc2018 - GC2018 Opportunities • Seek.com – seek.com.au (search words: Commonwealth Games) • Volunteering – gc2018.com/take-part/volunteering • NEP Host Broadcaster Student Training Program - nephb.com/Student


Course Information Choose to study from a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across our faculties of Law, Society & Design, Health Sciences & Medicine, and Bond Business School.


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The Physiotherapy Clinical Teaching Laboratory at the Bond Institute of Health & Sport enables students to gain practical experience by conducting post surgery patient assessments.


Your Undergraduate Study Options There’s a lot to consider when deciding what you will study. Knowing where your degree will take you after you graduate is very important. Below is a list of our degrees based on career outcomes. Visit bond.edu.au/undergraduate-degrees for more information about undergraduate study at Bond University, or contact us to discuss your options. For contact details visit bond.edu.au/contact.

BUSINESS AND COMMERCE

LAW, CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE

For careers relating to accounting, actuarial science, digital business, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, hotel and tourism management, international business, management and marketing.

For careers relating to business law, corporate and commercial law, criminology, dispute resolution, forensics and law.

Diploma of Business

Diploma of Criminology

Diploma of International Hotel and Tourism Management

Diploma of Legal Studies

Bachelor of Actuarial Science

Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Honours)

Bachelor of Business Law

Bachelor of Business

Bachelor of Jurisprudence

Bachelor of Business (3 Year Program)

Bachelor of Social Science

Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (3 Year Program) Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management

HEALTH SCIENCES AND MEDICINE For careers relating to biomedical science, exercise and sports science, health sciences, medicine and sports management.

BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND ARCHITECTURE For careers relating to architecture, construction management and quantity surveying, environmental management, environmental science, property and sustainable development, real estate and urban design and planning.

Diploma of Health Sciences

Diploma of Sustainable Environments and Planning

Diploma of Sports Management

Bachelor of Architectural Studies

Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Bachelor of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying

Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science

Bachelor of Property

Bachelor of Health Sciences

Bachelor of Sustainable Environments and Planning

Bachelor of Sports Management Medical Program^


COMMUNICATION AND CREATIVE MEDIA For careers relating to advertising, communication and media, computer game development, creative writing, film and television, journalism, marketing and public relations.

Diploma of Communication Bachelor of Communication Bachelor of Communication (Business) Bachelor of Creative Arts Bachelor of Film and Television Bachelor of Film and Television (3 Year Program) Bachelor of Interactive Media and Design Bachelor of Journalism

HUMANITIES, LANGUAGES AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES For careers relating to applied linguistics, Australian studies, foreign correspondence, international relations, international trade law, language and culture, and philosophy.

COMBINED DEGREE OPTIONS Bond University offers a range of combined degrees. Combined degrees in other combinations are available conditional upon subject availability.

Diploma in University English Studies

Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Arts (English as an International Language)

Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Global Studies (Sustainability)

Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Social Science

Bachelor of International Relations

Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of International Relations Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Communication / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Communication (Business) / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of International Relations / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Journalism / Bachelor of Laws

PSYCHOLOGY, COUNSELLING AND BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT

Bachelor of Psychological Science / Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Psychological Science Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)

^The Medical Program is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program^ will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD to be eligible for registration as a medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5.

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For careers relating to behaviour management, counselling and psychology.


Your Postgraduate Study Options There’s a lot to consider when deciding what you will study. Knowing where your degree will take you after you graduate is very important. Use this index to explore your study options based on your career interests.

LAW, CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE

BUSINESS AND COMMERCE For career progression and professional development in the fields of accounting, actuarial science, business, big data, entrepreneurship, finance, management and research.

For career progression and professional development in the fields of business law, criminology, corporate and commercial law, dispute resolution, forensics, international trade law, law and philosophy.

Master of Accounting Master of Accounting (Professional)

Graduate Certificate in Criminology

Master of Actuarial Science

Graduate Diploma In Legal Practice

Master of Actuarial Science (Specialisation) Master of Actuarial Practice Master of Business Master of Business (Professional) Master of Business Administration Master of Business Administration (Specialisation) Master of Business Administration (Professional) Master of Business Administration (Executive) Master of Finance

Juris Doctor Master of Criminology Master of Criminology (Professional) Master of Laws Master of Legal Administration Master of Laws (By Research) Doctor of Legal Science (Research) Doctor of Philosophy

Master of Finance (Professional) Master of Financial Management Master of Financial Management (Professional) Master of Philosophy Doctor of Philosophy

COMMUNICATION AND CREATIVE MEDIA For careers relating to advertising, film and television, computer game development, communication and media, journalism, marketing and public relations.

HEALTH SCIENCES AND MEDICINE For career progression and professional development in the fields of health, medicine, biomedical sciences, and physiotherapy.

Master of Advertising Master of Arts (Coursework) Master of Communication Master of Communication (Professional)

Medical Program^ Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice Master of Occupational Therapy Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences) Master of Sports Management Master of Sports Science Doctor of Philosophy Doctor of Physiotherapy

^The Medical Program is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD to be eligible for registration as a medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5.


ARCHITECTURE AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT For career progression and professional development in the fields of project management, construction practice, property valuation and environmental management and urban design.

PSYCHOLOGY, COUNSELLING AND SOCIAL SCIENCES For career progression and professional development in psychology and criminology.

Graduate Certificate in Criminology Master of Criminology Master of Architecture Graduate Certificate in Building Surveying Graduate Diploma in Building Surveying Master of Building Surveying Graduate Certificate in Construction Practice

Master of Criminology (Professional) Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) Graduate Diploma of Psychological Science Master of Psychology (Clinical) Master of Psychology (Forensic)

Graduate Diploma in Construction Practice Master of Construction Practice Master of Construction Practice (Professional) Graduate Certificate in Project Management Graduate Diploma in Project Management Master of Project Management Master of Project Management (Professional) Graduate Certificate of Sustainable Environments and Planning Graduate Diploma of Sustainable Environments and Planning

COMBINED DEGREE OPTIONS Bond University offers a range of combined degrees. Combined degrees in other combinations are available conditional upon subject availability.

Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning (Professional) Graduate Certificate of Valuation and Property Development Graduate Diploma of Valuation and Property Development Master of Valuation and Property Development Master of Valuation and Property Development (Professional)

Master of Architecture / Master of Project Management Master of Business Administration / Master of Accounting Master of Business Administration / Master of Finance Master of Business Administration / Master of Project Management Master of Communications / Master of Project Management Master of Construction Practice / Master of Project Management Master of Criminology / Master of Project Management Master of International Relations / Master of Project Management

HUMANITIES, LANGUAGES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS For careers relating to applied linguistics, Australian studies, language and culture, international relations, foreign correspondence, politics, international trade law and philosophy.

Master of Sports Management / Master of Project Management Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning / Master of Project Management Master of Valuation and Property Development / Master of Project Management

Graduate Certificate in TESOL Master of Arts (Coursework) Master of Arts (TESOL)

HIGHER DEGREES BY RESEARCH For career progression in a range of research related disciplines.

Master of Arts (By Research) Master of Philosophy Doctor of Philosophy

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Master of International Relations


Course Profiles A brief overview of our most popular degrees. For full program information visit bond.edu.au.


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The Abedian School of Architecture offers individual learning spaces that promote creativity and ensure that students can utilise an ongoing workspace for the full term of their project.


Bond Business School Bond Business School is now internationally accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development’s Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), ensuring that a Bond Business degree is recognised and respected all over the world.

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE CRICOS Course Code 063059D Duration: 2 years full-time (6 semesters) Starting: January, May, September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent, or a Bond University College program. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Bachelor of Commerce will equip you to think creatively and critically, communicate professionally, make ethical business decisions and work effectively in a global context. The program develops financial and business acumen through experiential learning. PROGRAM STRUCTURE University Core Subjects (3) Three Bond Core subjects plus one compulsory not-for-credit component. • Critical Thinking and Communication (Core 1) • Leadership and Team Dynamics (Core 2) • Ethical Thought and Action (Core 3) • Beyond Bond Core Subjects (9) • Accounting for Decision Making • Accounting Information Systems or Digital Transformation of Business • Business Law • Econometrics • Fundamentals of Finance • Cost Management Systems or Financial Applications and Quantitative Analysis • Marketing • Principles of Economics • Quantitative Methods

Major (5) You must complete one of the following majors: • Accounting • Actuarial Science • Big Data • Economics • Finance Electives (6) You must complete six elective business subjects. You are encouraged to complete a second major to diversify your skills and enhance your employability. PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES The Bachelor of Commerce is accepted around the world by leading employers in the commercial and public sectors. Graduates can work in a range of fields, including large multinational corporations, specialist organisations, government departments, consulting or research. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION, depending on major • Australian Securities & Investment Commission (RG146) • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute • Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (CAANZ) • Certified Practising Accountants (CPA) Australia • Chartered Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA) • Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA) • Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) COMBINED PROGRAMS Popular combined degrees include: • Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Business (CRICOS 088305M) • Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Laws (CRICOS 093908G)


Bond Business School’s World Class Trading Facilities offer every student 24-hour access to Bloomberg’s live financial market data via two industry-standard trading rooms. Our students gain practical experience in executing deals, managing portfolios, trading financial securities and changing market conditions. Bond Business School has 40 Bloomberg terminals.

To me, Bond represents a university living in the present moment and preparing students for the future. I find it inspiring to meet people from around the world with different backgrounds and experiences. To work closely with lecturers and be able to have their personal attention is very helpful. I really enjoy the beach, local markets, cafes and healthy lifestyle here on the Gold Coast. I am part of the Bond Cheerleading Club where I have formed many lifelong friendships and had the chance to compete in Sydney, Melbourne and the University Worlds Competition in Florida, USA. To be a part of Bond cannot really be described, you have to experience it! Charlotta Eklund Bachelor of Commerce student from Sweden

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (3 YEAR PROGRAM)

For more information on all Bond Business School degrees offered at Bond University, visit bond.edu.au/business.

CRICOS Course Code 077411M

The Bachelor of Commerce (3 Year Program) is designed for international students who wish to study via a two semester model. This three year program means you will study during the January and September semesters of each year only and will complete the degree over three years rather than the usual two.

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Duration: 3 years full time (6 semesters) Starting: January, September


Faculty of Law

Bond Law has earned an international reputation for its personalised teaching environment, its integrated Skills and Professionalism Program and the international focus of its degree offerings. Past students are changing the world right now. That’s why Bond Law is recognised as one of Australia’s top law faculties.

JURIS DOCTOR

CRICOS Course Code 093923J

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Duration: 2 years full time (6 semesters) Starting: January, May, September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS A prior degree in any discipline. Consideration is also given to relevant work experience and referees’ reports on the suitability of the applicant for studying law. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Juris Doctor is a professional legal qualification which prepares you to become a legal professional in the corporate, government, community or not for profit sectors, both within Australia and overseas. Bond’s Juris Doctor provides an engaging learning experience that both challenges students academically and prepares them practically for a legal career. Our unique integrated skills and professionalism program is embedded in the degree and focuses on core legal skills essential to the practice of law. These skills include: • Legal research and reasoning • Legal writing and drafting • Oral communication and advocacy • Dispute resolution and collaboration • Legal ethics and professionalism PROGRAM STRUCTURE Compulsory Law Subjects (17) The 17 compulsory subjects cover all the ‘Priestley Eleven’ areas required to practise law in Australia. • Legal Foundations A • Legal Foundations B • Foundations of Private Law • Foundations of Public and Criminal Law • Contract Law A • Tort Law • Criminal Law • Property Law A • Constitutional Law • Contract Law B • Property Law B • Corporate Law

**Half unit subject

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Equity Administrative Law Evidence Civil Dispute Resolution Legal Profession

Law Elective Subjects (7) A wide range of law elective subjects are offered. Various specialisations are available, including: • Canadian Law and Practice • Corporate and Commercial Law and Practice • Dispute Resolution • International Business and Finance Law • Legal Practice INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE Clinical legal subjects are available as electives, with students placed in legal settings, working under the supervision of a practising lawyer. The faculty also encourages you to complete clerkships or internships with law firms during your holidays, but these do not form part of program requirements. Our career development specialists are available to assist you in your search for a suitable placement. PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES Some students will plan to seek admission as a lawyer on the completion of their Juris Doctor, while others will be well established in their careers and will be undertaking the Juris Doctor in order to enhance their career options. The Bond Law Juris Doctor is specifically designed to develop well rounded legal practitioners equipped with the practical legal skills to take leading positions in both the public and private sectors. Our graduates are employed in top tier law firms throughout Australia and the world (including the USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Scandinavia, France, China and Malaysia) as solicitors in private practice, associates to Supreme and High Court justices, barristers, government lawyers, in-house counsel academics and business leaders. You are encouraged to focus on the specific areas of study that you feel best serve your future career path. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION In conjunction with further study (Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice) and meeting the requirements of the Legal Practitioner Boards of the various Australian states and territories, the Juris


Doctor is an approved degree for purposes of admission as a legal practitioner in Australia. This degree can also be used to gain admission in certain other jurisdictions; however, you are advised to confirm admission requirements in the particular jurisdiction in which you wish to practise. FURTHER POSTGRADUATE STUDY Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice The Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, also know as Professional Legal Training (PLT), is the link between your law degree and becoming a practising lawyer in under a year. You’ll also receive extensive, individualised help to find a placement. For more information on all Faculty of Law degrees offered at Bond University, visit bond.edu.au/law.

Admission is on the basis of an approved research proposal and availability of appropriate supervision. PROGRAM STRUCTURE The Master of Laws (by Research) program is a higher degree by research awarded for a 50,000 word thesis. It represents the student’s ability to research, analyse and apply information and concepts to a body of knowledge or practice. PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES For domestic students, the LLM provides a specialist postgraduate qualification to augment their practice of law in Australia. For international students, the program provides a wide range of international law, comparative law, IP law, trade law and dispute resolution subjects to broaden and internationalise an undergraduate law qualification.

MASTER OF LAWS (BY RESEARCH) CRICOS Course Code 063455C Duration: 2 years full time (6 semesters) Starting: January, May, September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS A Bachelor of Laws, Juris Doctor or equivalent with an average of at least 65 per cent. An applicant may also be required to satisfy the Dean that they have the appropriate level of research skills to write a thesis of up to 50,000 words.

I decided to study at Bond because I wanted to combine my love and passion for travel with my studies. Within the Juris Doctor I have been able to choose specialised electives in Canadian Law and Practice which will allow me to meet all requirements necessary to be able to practice law back in Canada.

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Juris Doctor student from Canada

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Lisa Brass

At Bond, I have taken the opportunity to join an international moot team which has been an invaluable experience. The course integrates general legal skills training – something that will be essential in my future career. I have been very impressed by Bond’s commitment to ensuring that students’ individualised needs are accommodated.


Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine

All health sciences programs place a strong focus on real world experience and workplace learning, to ensure that theory is informed by practice. The Faculty contains on campus state-of-the-art laboratories, teaching facilities and research spaces in addition to our purpose-built Bond Institute of Health & Sport.

BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE CRICOS Course Code 063085B Duration: 2 years full-time (6 semesters). Starting: January, May ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of Year 12, Bond College* Foundation or Preparation Program or equivalent with successful completion of English and Maths B or Physics, or equivalent. Students without the equivalent of English and Maths B or Physics or equivalent will be required to successfully complete bridging subject/s in those disciplines. Pathways are available for applicants who do not meet the standard subject entry requirements. *Students must undertake and pass Elementary Maths.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Bachelor of Biomedical Science provides you with the ideal undergraduate foundation for a career in the health sciences. The program develops your knowledge in the molecular, cellular, anatomical and physiological processes of the human body and prepares you for graduate entry programs such as medicine and the allied health professions. You will have the opportunity to focus your studies in the last few semesters in a major relevant to your area of interest. The majors are designed to develop detailed knowledge and skills relevant to the particular discipline of study undertaken, providing structured pathways to specialist postgraduate study. Extensive laboratory training from the first semester, as well as case studies and problemsolving techniques are applied within a variety of clinical, research and allied health care settings. PROGRAM STRUCTURE The Bachelor of Biomedical Science comprises 24 subjects, as follows: University Core Subjects (3) Three Bond Core subjects plus one compulsory not-for-credit component. • Critical Thinking and Communication (Core 1) • Leadership and Team Dynamics (Core 2) • Ethical Thought and Action (Core 3) • Beyond Bond

Foundation Subjects (7) • Australia’s Health Issues and Priorities • Biological and Physical Chemistry • Cell Biology • Chemistry for Living Systems • Human Organ Systems 1 • Medical Biochemistry 1 • Principles of Human Structure and Function Advanced discipline subjects (6) • Health Research Methods • Human Organ Systems 2 • Medical Biochemistry 2 • Medical and Molecular Genetics • Microbiology • Pathophysiology and Pharmacology Majors (8) Complete eight subjects from one of the following majors: > Laboratory / Research • Advanced Bioscience Lab • Exploring Human Disease • Human Control Systems • Immunology • Laboratory Medicine • Molecular Diagnostics • Research Project A • Research Project B > Pre-Health professional • Exploring Human Disease • Food, Nutrition and Health • Health Communication • Human Control Systems • Immunology • Laboratory Medicine Plus two subjects from the following options: • Exercise, Health and Disease • Human Nutrition • Molecular Diagnostics • Sport and Exercise Nutrition • Introduction to Psychology: Biology and Personality • Introduction to Psychology: Learning and Social


The Faculty contains several state-of-the-art laboratories and research spaces incorporating the latest technology and industry standard equipment.

PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES The broad scope of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science program assists graduates to enter a wide range of professions that may include: • Health Promotion Officer • Laboratory Assistant / Technician • Medical equipment • Pathways to other health professions

Students who complete the Bachelor of Biomedical Science, and meet the entry requirements may apply for the following Bond University programs: • Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice • Master of Occupational Therapy

The program provides opportunities for you to pursue postgraduate studies for a career in medicine and health sciences such as medical research, pharmacy, nutrition and dietetics, as well as broader public health programs.

For more information on all Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine degrees offered at Bond University, visit bond.edu.au/hsm.

In addition you can also undertake research-based honours studies, leading to a PhD.

I was first introduced to Bond University in my college year at an education fair in Malaysia. I was really attracted to the idea of studying abroad and experience different cultures. I chose Bond University because of its three semester per year timetable which gives me the chance to finish my degree early and enter to the workforce sooner.

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Andy Hsien Wei Koh Bachelor of Biomedical Science student from Malaysia

During my degree I have highly benefitted from the university’s world-class facilities such as the laboratories, but I’ve also been able to further my skills through the guidance of my professors and tutors.


Faculty of Society & Design

The Faculty of Society & Design applies the latest theory, research and sustainable practices to its programs and prides itself on offering an innovative and challenging academic environment. The Faculty has strong industry partnerships and award winning state-of-the art teaching and learning facilities.

MASTER OF SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS AND PLANNING CRICOS Course Code 079538B

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Duration: 1 year 4 months full-time (4 semesters) Intensive mode delivery* Starting: January, May, September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS An Australian Qualifications Framework Level 7 Bachelor degree at an approved institution. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION This program provides two specialisations: Environmental Management or Urban Design and Planning. The Environmental Management specialisation provides an in-depth examination of environmental management, including field work. The content is globally focused, providing qualifications that are in demand worldwide. The Urban Design and Planning curriculum equips you with the theoretical and practical skills required to undertake the design, appraisal and management of urban and regional developments. With this qualification, professionals from a built environment background will be able to undertake urban planning and development at a professional level. PROGRAM STRUCTURE This program enables you to exit after four subjects with a Graduate Certificate, after eight subjects with a Graduate Diploma or complete 12 subjects for a Master’s degree. Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning (12) To complete a Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning, you must complete all of the following subjects: • Economics of Sustainable Development • Environmental Assessment • Environmental Management and Climate Change • Environmental Science Fieldwork

Planning and Assessment Processes Planning Theory and Ethics Regional Planning Policy and Practice Research Project Sustainable Communities Urban Design and Place Making

Plus two electives from the postgraduate subject offerings in the Faculty of Society & Design. PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES This degree will provide you with access to a wide range of career pathways in the natural and built environments. You will be equipped with the knowledge and practical experience required to be sustainability professionals in business, industry, government, consulting firms and non-government organisations. You may progress into a wide range of careers in mining and energy, fisheries and agriculture, tourism, property, community infrastructure, city and regional planning, development assessment, transportation, strategic or social planning or urban design. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Graduates of this degree are internationally recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Graduates who have obtained a cognate undergraduate degree and complete all requisite subjects in the Urban Design and Planning specialisation, may also be eligible to be accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA). *Intensive mode delivery is a compact and time-efficient way for you to complete your postgraduate qualification with minimal impact on your work / home life. You will attend two three-day sessions per subject, scheduled Thursday to Saturday (approximately six to eight contact hours per day). There will be a break of four or five weeks between session one and session two. You will receive 40 hours of combined lectures, discussion groups, case studies, workshops and field trips during these contact hours.

For more information on all Faculty of Society & Design degrees offered at Bond University, visit bond.edu.au/fsd.


The award-winning Abedian School of Architecture building is a devoted architectural studies learning space housing individual design studios, dedicated studio desk space, inspiring exhibition areas, innovative fabrication workshops and even a state-of-theart digital robotics laboratory – All with 24/7 accessibility!

Lecturers at Bond have extensive industry background that enables students to get practical knowledge. Bond’s personalised teaching philosophy means you will learn in small class sizes, be exposed to state-ofthe-art facilities and leading technology. Bond really appealed to me because of its unique three-semester-per-year timetable, which gives students the opportunity and flexibility to finish their degree quicker and enter the workforce sooner.

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Wenpeng Zhao Master of Construction Practice (Professional) student from China

When considering my study abroad options I was looking for a location, which had blue skies and golden beaches, and I’m thoroughly enjoying studying, living and working on the Gold Coast.


Bond’s Sustainable Development Building is the first in Australia to achieve a 6 Star Green Star – Education PILOT Certified Rating for design by the Green Building Council of Australia.


Applying to Bond

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With three intakes per year (January, May and September), you can apply to study at Bond at any time of the year via our online application form at bond.edu.au/apply.


Pathways to Bond University Bond University College offers a range of pathway programs that assist students in achieving the academic and English language requirements for undergraduate and postgraduate study at Bond University. Our Pathway programs provide a supported transition to tertiary studies where students can work together in small class groups and have one-on-one access to specialty teachers. As a student of Bond University College, you will benefit from academic and English language support that will prepare you for success in your future tertiary studies. The College offers a number of different entry point levels and all program outcomes are aligned with Bond University’s entry requirements. Bond University College is located in the heart of the Bond University campus. You will have access to all University resources and facilities and will be welcomed as members of the Bond community from the day you arrive.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - BOND UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION PROGRAM CRICOS Course Code 063151G Duration: 8 months (2 semesters) Starting: January, May, September The Bond University Foundation Program has been specifically designed for international students. You will learn the core skills necessary for academic success, delivered by experienced and supportive teachers with small class sizes and access to state-of-theart facilities. The Bond College Foundation Program meets the requirements for Foundation Programs, which have been registered on CRICOS for delivery in Australia to overseas students. The Program provides an academic preparation for students seeking entry into first year undergraduate study.

Bachelor Degree*

PATHWAYS TO BOND UNIVERSITY

Semester 6

UNDERGRADUATE

Semester 5

Semester 4

Semester 3

Semester 2

PRE-UNIVERSITY

Higher Education Diploma

Australian Year 12 or Equivalent

Semester 1

Foundation Program

Australian Year 11 or Equivalent

Australian Secondary School or international equivalent

Bond University College

Bond University


English Language Pathways International students can improve their English language skills by enrolling in the various ELICOS programs available on campus at Bond University College. In addition to enjoying access to all the University facilities and activities, you will benefit from learning in small classes with individual attention provided by our highly qualified teachers. GENERAL ENGLISH

ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES

CRICOS Course Code 065668G

CRICOS Course Code 066082C

Duration: 10 weeks per level Starting Dates: Students can commence on any Monday throughout the year. See website for preferred starting dates.

Duration: 14 weeks (1 semester) per level Starting: January, May, September

Improve your English language skills in speaking, listening, reading, writing and grammar for everyday use. Classes are available at six levels graded from Beginner to Advanced.

Improve your academic English and study skills, including IELTS preparation that meets the criteria for direct entry to selected undergraduate degrees. The EAP course is a full-time program incorporating three levels with each level taking one semester (14 weeks) to complete. The College’s three-semesters-per-year schedule allows you to complete all three levels in one year.

ENGLISH PATHWAYS TO FURTHER STUDY AT BOND UNIVERSITY

EAP Level 3 Pass grade Equivalent to IELTS 7.0

Students who attain a grade of Distinction or higher in EAP 3 will be eligible for entry into University postgraduate programs that have an entry requirement of IELTS 7.0

EAP Level 3 Pass grade Equivalent to IELTS 6.5

Students eligible for entry into programs that have an IELTS entry requirement of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0

EAP Level 2 Pass grade Equivalent to IELTS 6.0

Students eligible for entry into Bond University Higher Education Diplomas

EAP Level 1 Pass grade Equivalent to IELTS 5.5

Students eligible for entry into Bond College Foundation Program

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Students without IELTS or equivalent entry level will take the EAP entry test to determine level of entry into the English for Academic Purposes program.


Application and Entry This section contains application and entry information for international students. ENTRY INTO BOND Bond University is proud of its Australian character and international perspective. International students receive a warm welcome into the culturally diverse Bond family. An international student is someone who is not an Australian or New Zealand citizen, nor a migrant holding a visa giving permanent resident status in Australia. ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Assessment is based on a number of factors, including your secondary school qualifications in another country or in Australia. Relevant work experience may be considered in the case of mature-age students. If you are uncertain whether your qualifications satisfy university standards, please contact your local Bond University representative or the Office of Future Students, international@bond.edu.au. ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS All Bond University programs are conducted in English. As such, all students must meet the University’s English language requirements. These requirements differ from program to program. For the most up-to-date information please visit bond.edu.au/english-requirements. CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS STUDY Students with tertiary or postsecondary qualifications may be eligible for credit towards your Bond University program. Certified copies of testamurs and academic transcripts, plus detailed subject outlines for each relevant subject should be supplied with your application. For further information on credits toward your degree, go to bond.edu.au/credit.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES All international students should lodge an application directly with the University by completing an application at bond.edu.au/apply or from your local representative. Applications should be accompanied by certified / notarised copies of supporting documentation as well as official translations if applicable. Evidence of English language proficiency is required. Documents should be sent to arrive no later than one month prior to the commencement of the relevant semester. However, it is recommended that they be sent at least three months before your starting date to ensure visa formalities are in place before arriving. Applicants who do not provide all documentation may experience delays in processing. ENROLMENT PROCEDURES Successful applicants will receive a formal Letter of Offer, accompanied by a Response to Offer form and information on fee payments and health insurance. To accept your place, return the Response to Offer form and your payment (in Australian dollars) for your first semester’s tuition fees, Student Activities Membership and your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) payment to the Office of Admissions. You will then be sent all relevant enrolment information, along with details on registering for classes and activities during Orientation.


Bond University College students engaged in our English language program, learning in our state-of-theart facilities.

For country specific entry requirements to the following programs please go to bond.edu.au/about-bond/academia/bond-college/ international-academic-entry-standards-diplomas. • Diploma of Business (CRICOS 078663E) • Diploma of Communication (CRICOS 078664D) • Diploma of Criminology (CRICOS 078658B) • Diploma of International Hotel and Tourism Management (CRICOS 088313M) • •

SEMESTER START DATES

2017

2018

January 16

January 15

May 15

May 14

September 11

September 10

Diploma of Legal Studies (CRICOS 080298C) Diploma of Sports Management (CRICOS 078901G) Diploma of Sustainable Environments and Planning (CRICOS 081521D)

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CLOSING DATES Bond University accepts applications up to semester commencement. However, international students are encouraged to apply early to allow sufficient time to obtain an international student visa.

INTERNATIONAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION DIPLOMAS

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DEFERMENT Once you have been offered a place, you may apply to postpone up to 12 months of study by: • Completing Bond University’s Response to Offer form • Selecting the deferment option • Returning it to the Office of Admissions


The Upper Basement is a simulated workspace environment designed for and by our Master of Advertising students. The room represents that of a modern boutique advertising agency including designated work areas, brainstorming spaces, a ‘chill out’ zone and up to date design software and equipment easily accessible to students.

Fees TUITION FEES*

LIVING COSTS

Tuition fees vary depending on your choice of degree. For all coursework degrees, the tuition fee is charged on a per subject basis. Although some degrees such as Law are longer, a standard undergraduate degree, such as the Bachelor of Business, comprises 24 subjects. A standard postgraduate degree, such as the Master of Business, comprises 12 subjects.

You should allow approximately AUD $6,200 - $9,000 for living costs each semester that you live on the Gold Coast. This would include costs for accommodation, food, transport, recreation, telephone, electricity and other general living expenses. For more information please refer to bond.edu.au/living-expensesinternational.

Taking the Bachelor of Business as an example of undergraduate study, fees can be broken down in the following way: Cost per subject

Number of subjects

Total degree cost

$4,478

24

$107,472

Taking the Master of Business as an example of postgraduate study, fees can be broken down in the following way:

Cost per subject

Number of subjects

Total degree cost

$4,724 or $4,855

12

$57,343

The above information is based on 2018 fees. For specific degree and course costs, please visit bond.edu.au/fees. *Prices are subject to change.


Essential Contacts For all university program and study enquiries please contact us on the details below. BOND INTERNATIONAL Bond University Gold Coast Queensland 4229 Australia Phone: Email:

+61 7 5595 1024 international@bond.edu.au

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INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIVES For a full list of Bond representatives in your country, please visit bond.edu.au/future-students/bond-international/bond-your-country/ country-representatives.


Surfers Paradise Broadbeach Main Beach


Darwin

Bond International Bond University Gold Coast Queensland 4229

Brisbane

Australia

Gold Coast

Perth

Phone: +61 7 5595 1024 Email: international@bond.edu.au bond.edu.au

Adelaide

Sydney Canberra Melbourne Hobart

CRICOS Provider Code 00017B

MB2983

The information published in this document is correct at the time of printing (April 2017). However, all programs are subject to review by the Academic Senate of the University and the University reserves the right to change its program offerings and subjects without notice. The information published in this document is intended as a guide and persons considering an offer of enrolment should contact the relevant Faculty or Institute to see if any changes have been made before deciding to accept their offer.

2018 International Prospectus General Information  
2018 International Prospectus General Information