Degrees in Sports
Bond’s specialist degrees open up a wealth of exciting career opportunities for professional and elite sports.
Our sports management students gain valuable practical experience and mentoring from leading experts in the global sporting industry. Many graduates of the Bond University sports management programs have established careers in a range of settings within the multi-faceted sport industry both nationally and internationally.
Our exercise and sports science, physiotherapy and nutrition students enjoy extensive access to well-equipped laboratories and sporting facilities. Industry-relevant practical experience in the classroom is complemented by ample placement opportunities in a variety of sport, exercise and healthcare settings.
There’s never been a more exciting time to study on the Gold Coast!
From April 4-15, the City of Gold Coast will host the 2018 Commonwealth Games, welcoming more than 6600 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 7 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 the competing teams 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 15000 volunteers.
Find out more about how you can make the 2018 Commonwealth Games part of your Bond experience at:
Bond University has a burgeoning profile in health and sports science research. Major investment in infrastructure including the Bond Institute of Health and Sport have fostered collaborations between ‘bench top’ scientists and practitioners, providing opportunities for innovative research.
Bond University is the lead institution for the Collaborative Research Network for Advancing Exercise and Sports Science (CRN-AESS). The CRN-AESS brings together partners from key research and sports science institutions including the Australian Institute of Sport building research capacity and excellence in exercise and sports science, human genetics and bioinformatics, to better understand health, human performance and injury management.
Bond is also developing a University Research Centre in Health and Human Performance to investigate proactive ways to manage health, fitness and injury in athletes and the wider community. Some areas of focus include how exercise can help to develop, maintain and optimise physical and mental health from childhood through to older years. A strength of the Centre lies in the integration of disciplines and combining methodologies to explore the role of exercise in prevention of disease, rehabilitation from injury and ill-health, maintenance of physical and cognitive function, and development of peak performance for individuals of all ages.
Beyond the classroom door
See what Bondies get up to as part of their sports studies at Bond including the facilities and opportunities they get access to!