COVID-19 (coronavirus): Latest advice for the Bond community.

Current Students

As a Bond University student, you will have a unique experience which will see you receive personalised attention from the classroom and through every aspect of life at Bond. It begins when you arrive on campus with Orientation Week. The first week on campus provides new students with a full calendar of information sessions and social activities where you can meet other new students. Once classes get underway, you may also find some of our other Student Support services helpful. 

When you commence university, it's an exciting time. It's normal to feel apprehensive about beginning your studies and having some nerves around starting, is expected. The commencement section aims to help ease the tension, by providing the information you require, no matter what your query. Read more

In order to study at Bond, it's essential to follow the correct enrolment process. It's important to check on chosen subjects and fees prior to beginning. There are various processes to follow depending on whether you are a new, current or international student. Please ensure you read this section carefully before beginning. Read more

At Bond University, we have an examinations and assessments procedure which all students must follow. A procedure has been developed to avoid confusion and ensure, when it comes to exam time, students are clear on what is expected. There are also certain rules around the reasons that Bond allow, for deferral of examinations and assessments. Read more

Graduation is a special time for Bond University students. The graduation ceremonies are usually held on the Saturday in either Week Four or Five of term, in the University Sports Hall. Two ceremonies are generally held on the same day at different times to cater for all graduates. Read more

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Managing your enrolment

If you're swapping subjects, make sure you understand how withdrawing from your original subjects may affect your enrolment, grades and fees. You can add and swap subjects via your study plan in eStudent on or before the census date for the semester or teaching period you're studying in.  Read more

Withdrawing from individual subjects can be done via eStudent up until the census date for the current semester (end of week 4). Please use the Subject Withdrawal Request form if applying after the census date. International student visa holders must discuss and seek approval for withdrawal from the International Student Team Coordinator prior to withdrawing. Please note however, that financial penalties will apply for withdrawal after week 2. Read more

If you wish to suspend your studies completely you must apply to withdraw. If you wish to return at a later date then you may apply for leave of absence. You may apply for leave of absence for up to three semesters. This could depend on your program. As this process requires the withdrawal of subjects, you may incur a penalty depending when you withdraw and your circumstances.

To withdraw from study you must complete a Withdrawal from Program Form and submit it to the Student Business Centre.

For further enquiries regarding withdrawal please contact the Student Business Centre, email [email protected], phone +61 7 5595 4049 or present in person at the Student Business Centre. Read more

To be able to change program, you must meet the entry requirements for the new program.

Check the key dates for program changes to find out when you need to apply by. Read more

You may be able to study subjects at another university and receive credit towards your Bond degree. For more information and to get approval you must speak to an Enrolment Advisor. An Enrolment Advisor will assess whether the study is appropriate, and confirm whether you'll receive credit towards your Bond degree.

If you are completing the subject in your final semester, you may need to make sure that the results will be available in time for the graduation deadline. Read more


Student Business Centre

The Student Business Centre (SBC) is a centralised unit providing assistance and advice for all student Lifecycle enquiries. The SBC provides a personalised, supportive environment aimed at fostering independence while still responding to individual student needs.

The Enrolment team in the SBC provides assistance and advice for enrolment, subject selection, study plans, scholarships and graduation.

The International Support team in the SBC provides assistance and advice for international students regarding student visa matters, Confirmation of Enrolments (COEs), Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), and letters for immigration and visa purposes.

The Financial Aid team in the SBC provides advice and support services for students regarding FEE-HELP and overseas loans such as US Federal Aid, Canadian students loans, and other international loan schemes.

The Exams and Timetabling team in the SBC provides assistance and advice regarding class timetables and scheduled examinations.

For more information or assistance contact the Student Business Centre:

+61 7 5595 4049

Office opening hours: Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5.00pm