Study in Australia
Bond University has a distinguished reputation as Australia’s first private, not-for-profit university. Created in the scholarly traditions of the greatest private universities worldwide, Bond challenges students to be leaders and thinkers.
Welcoming a maximum of 5,000 students on campus, Bond offers a personalised academic environment that will provide you with an educational experience of the highest international standards.
Australia’s No. 1 university for student experience
In the 2019 Good Universities Guide, Bond University was awarded more 5-star ratings in the student experience category than any other university in Australia … for the thirteenth year in a row.
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The Good Universities Guide is a trusted independent consumer guide for students researching their undergraduate study options. It provides ratings, rankings, comment and information about all Australian higher education institutions.
The Bond difference
By undertaking three-semesters-per-year instead of the usual two, graduates can accelerate their study and finish a six semester bachelor's degree in two years^. Bond also offers professional master's programs which combine five months of practical industry placement, enabling students to be eligible to apply for the two-year Post Study Work Visa after graduation.
With Bond's low student to teacher ratio, you will thrive in smaller class sizes and study groups and have access to unparalleled academics and technological resources. This means:
- academics know you by name
- we have an open door policy allowing you to chat with your academics at any time
- unprecedented access to Bond's facilities
- greater internship and work experience opportunities
^Three year bachelor degrees are also available
Financing your studies
Citizens of Turkey can fund their Bond University degree in a variety of ways. Bond University makes it easy to study in Australia by offering international students part-fee scholarships and bursaries at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The Endeavour Awards is the Australian Government’s internationally competitive, merit-based scholarship program providing opportunities for citizens of the Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the Americas to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia.
Turkish students are welcome to apply for Australian Government scholarships through Endeavour Awards, which brings leading researchers, executives and students to Australia to undertake short or long term study, research and professional development in a broad range of disciplines.Read more
Resources & 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.
Bond has over 70 student clubs and societies which you can sign up to on Club Sign On Day, held each semester. These clubs and societies include the Muslim Students' Association and other cultural clubs.
Bond University has a range of restaurants and cafes conveniently located on campus serving a range of food items. All food services cater for a range of dietary requirements including providing Halal meat. A convenient way to access our food services is through a dining plan.
Living on campus adds a whole new dimension to your university experience as you socialise with fellow students. All on-campus accommodation is air conditioned and there a number of room options depending on your preferences including female only dorms.
Download the 2019 International Student Guide.