Construction, property and planning
For the creators and city makers
The construction and property sectors are some of the largest continually expanding industries in the world. As populations boom here in Australia and globally, so do urbanisation and the imminent need to meet the demands of this rapid growth. Central to these processes are sustainable development practices across city planning, property development and valuation, building, and construction.
Our programs are designed by active industry professionals, meaning our students gain access to a range of professional benefits while studying. From turning construction sites into a classroom to bringing the corporate world to campus, you’ll have the opportunity to produce work for real clients and expand your networks in the process. Our programs are underpinned by key principles of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to ensure you’re equipped with the ‘green’ technical knowledge and skills essential to future-proof not only the world we live in, but also your career.
If you are organised, practically minded and have an interest in growth and sustainability, then consider a career in construction, property or planning – it might just be for you.
For those who want to shape the future of our homes, communities and cities.
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Study City Planning at Bond
The majority of the world’s population now lives in urban areas: Currently, 55 per cent of the world’s 7.9 billion people live in cities and that proportion is expected to rise to 68 per cent by 2050. City planning is, without doubt, a career for the future. And there is nowhere better to study it than in the ‘living laboratory’ of Australia’s fastest growing city: the Gold Coast. Bond University’s Master of City Planning is designed to produce practice-oriented urban planners and urban designers who will take a leading role in creating sustainable cities and regions. In what has been dubbed ‘the urban century’, the need for strategic planning of cities to meet the challenges of urban management, sustainability and climate change is a fundamental issue for governments, corporations, and community organisations worldwide. Our curriculum includes a focus on climate change adaptation and resilience, city economics, the core principles of place-making and an understanding of First Nations cultures.