Right now Bond students are catching a clean right hander

Bondies, like commerce student and elite surfer, Codie Klein, are exercising their potential both inside and outside the classroom - and they're flourishing. Part of what makes Bond so different are the opportunities we give you to do something truly extraordinary – opportunities that take you out of your comfort zone and open your eyes to the fact that you have the power to make a difference. All of these experiences are exciting and rewarding but they’ll also help you grow as a person and have a fundamental impact on the decisions you make in life.

Hear from 15 Bondies about what they're studying, their life changing experiences, their stories.

Student achievements outside the classroom

We have some Bondies volunteering in Africa and the Outback, working in the Solomon Islands, travelling to the US to compete in an international moot and others doing internships in Washington and studying as exchange students in Paris and London and being mentored by true corporate achievers and sporting superstars. They also get involved in fundraising, community service and helping underprivileged children.

Bondies abroad

Bond in Africa
Learning doesn't just take place in the classroom. In fact, at Bond, we say that the world is our classroom - like travelling to a remote community in Africa. Read more

Internships in the islands
Our medical students discover the challenges of delivering healthcare on a remote island in the Solomons. Read more

Globe-trotting mooters 
Mooting is a big deal at Bond and our teams regularly travel to the USA, Europe and Asia to represent Bond at international competitions. Read more

Supporting our community

Helping kids in the Outback
Our students travel to remote communities like Abergowrie and Kununurra to work with Indigenous children. Read more

Bond Children’s Holiday Camp
We celebrate Christmas by inviting a group of special needs youngsters up to the Gold Coast for the Bond Sony Foundation Children’s Holiday Camp. Read more

Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience 
Every year, more than 100 Bond students volunteer their time to mentor Indigenous students in our local high schools. Read more

All for a good cause
On-campus clubs like the United Nations Student Association, the Student Philanthropy Council and Enactus put the fun into fundraising for a whole host of good causes. Read more

Working alongside our academics

Vivid light up
Our Architecture students worked with their professors on a futuristic light sculpture for Sydney’s Vivid Festival. Read more

Lights, Camera, Action
With teaching fellows co-opted from industry and one of the best studio set-ups in south-east Queensland, our Film and TV students are often involved in real movie projects. Read more

Encouraging entrepreneurship
Through the Bond Business Accelerator, budding entrepreneurs are encouraged to put their big ideas to the test for the chance to win expert mentoring and a trip to Silicon Valley. Read more

Mentors

John Eales at your service
Through our partnership with the Qantas Wallabies, rugby legend John Eales mentors our Rugby Excellence Scholars. Read more

Industry mentors
Our Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars are teamed with industry leaders for one-on-one mentoring through our Mentorship Program. Read more