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Study in Australia at Bond University

Stand out with a degree from Australia's #1 university for student experience for 16 years*

If you’re thinking about completing your full degree abroad, there's no better place in Australia than Bond University. Experience Bond's five-star rated education with the world-renowned sun, surf and sand lifestyle of Queensland’s Gold Coast.

Bond aligns with the United States academic calendar - start your degree in September, January or May.

*Good Universities Guide 2006-2022

Bond isn't like other universities

  • A personalized international education experience in beautiful Australia.
  • Graduate with an internationally recognized bachelor's degree in just two years – equivalent to a four-year US undergraduate program.
  • Small, personalized classes – we have the lowest student-to-staff ratio of any leading university in Australia and one of the lowest in the world.

Approved Australian higher education provider for US financial aid

  • Rated #1 university in Australia for student experience 16 years* in a row.
  • Meet future colleagues and build a global network – Bond is home to international students from more than 90 countries.
  • Live and study by the beach in Australia’s favourite holiday destination.

*Good Universities Guide 2006-2022

  • The Gold Coast is the dream destination of many US students: the perfect combination of surf, sun and sky. However, not everything is beaches – we also have many startups and companies, and an interesting cultural offer. Despite recent growth, the Gold Coast retains its small-town feel and is significantly cheaper to live in compared to other cities like Sydney and Melbourne.

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  • Bond University has been ranked #1 in Australia for student experience for 17 years in a row, which only proves our commitment to ensuring your time at university is unforgettable. With an array of opportunities available to every student, from sports to associations, exchange and more, you’ll never be short of things to do. Our exceptional student experience translates to the classroom, too, where we have a 10:1 student to teacher ratio that enables supportive relationships with your teachers.

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  • Where most undergraduate degrees in the United States can take four years to complete, you’ll gain a bachelor’s qualification from Bond in just two, due to our accelerated, three-semester-per-year timetable. Postgraduate students will benefit from our 92-week professional master’s programs, which combine accelerated studies with a 20-week work experience component designed to give you the right skills to take on the Australian career landscape – and potentially qualify you for a post-study work visa.

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  • Employability is at the core of the Bond experience. Through our Career Development Centre we offer career support tailored to you and your unique aspirations, including assistance with writing your resume, finding and applying to internships or work experience, and connecting with employers. We also enhance your employability by providing extensive industry engagement opportunities, such as professional networking events and mentoring, designed to build your skills ahead of entering the workplace.

The Gold Coast is the dream destination of many US students: the perfect combination of surf, sun and sky. However, not everything is beaches – we also have many startups and companies, and an interesting cultural offer. Despite recent growth, the Gold Coast retains its small-town feel and is significantly cheaper to live in compared to other cities like Sydney and Melbourne.

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Hear from our students

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Training world-class physical therapists

Hear from two USA Doctor of Physiotherapy students about why they chose to study at Bond University in Australia.

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Rachael Tilly. World Champion Longboard Surfer. Sport Management Student. Bondy.

Rachael Tilly lives and breathes surfing. Growing up in San Clemente, California, she spent all her spare time in the waves. At 17, Rachael became the youngest world champion in the history of professional surfing.

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