Bond University

 

For over a decade, Bond has stood strong as Australia’s number one university for student experience, achieving more 5-star ratings for student experience than any other university in Australia, according to the 2021 Good Universities Guide.

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For two years in a row, employer satisfaction with graduates from Bond University has been rated highest in Australia. Bond graduates achieved a 94.6 per cent overall satisfaction score, reported in the 2019 Employer Satisfaction Survey on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website published by the Department of Education and Training.published by the Department of Education and Training.

At Bond, you won’t lose time with long breaks between semesters. We run three full semesters a year, with intakes in January, May and September. This means that you can complete a standard bachelor’s degree in just two years. It also means you will be out in the workforce up to a year ahead of the rest, earning sooner.

Bond’s personalised teaching philosophy means you will learn in smaller class sizes with unprecedented one-on-one access to your professors. Even outside of class time, our academics have an open door policy that means they will not only know you by name, they’ll actively mentor your progress.

At Bond, we believe education goes beyond the classroom. Our unique Beyond Bond program will expand your horizons with internships, global volunteering programs, international competitions, industry conferences, study tours, community service and much, much more.

This is why our graduates are the first choice for many employers. They are immediately distinguishable in the workplace for their confidence, maturity, global awareness, skills and leadership qualities. Bond sets you up to succeed.

All students no matter what discipline have access to the Transformer entrepreneurship program fee-free.  Based in a dedicated co-working space, it provides a collaborative environment where you can work on a project, taking it from initial idea through to execution. With 24/7 access for students, it is a hub to meet, interact and join forces with like-minded classmates and team members who will help you take your project to the next level.

  • School system: 92 weeks of CRICOS registration

  • Flexible start in January, May and September

  • The total score of the IELTS academic category is not less than 6 (the small score is not less than 6)

  • After completing the first and second parts of actuarial sciences, you can obtain the qualification certificate of the Australian Actuarial Association and work in the industry

Bond University’s master’s degree in engineering cost are all certified by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Chartered Institute of Construction (CIB) and the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS). And meet the Queensland Construction and Engineering Commission (QBCC) requirements for obtaining an Open Builder Licence in terms of degree.

  • Enrollment time: January, May and September each year

  • Course duration: one year and four months

  • English requirements: IELTS academic: the total score is not less than 6.5, the subscore is not less than 6; PTE: 58 points

  • Academic background: Australian undergraduate degree or domestic undergraduate degree, or educational background recognized by the dean plus/or work experience

  • Bridge course:

Graduate Certificate in Construction Practice

Graduate Diploma in Construction Practice

  • Enrollment time: January, May and September each year

  • Course duration: 92 weeks of CRICOS registration

  • English requirements: IELTS academic: the total score is not less than 6.5, the subscore is not less than 6; PTE: 58 points

  • Academic background: Australian undergraduate degree or domestic undergraduate degree, or educational background recognized by the dean plus/or work experience

  • Bridge course

Graduate Certificate in Construction Practice

Graduate Diploma in Construction Practice

The Master of Medical Innovation is a brand-new degree with breakthrough significance, which aims to cultivate the comprehensive capabilities of future medical professionals and create positive and lasting changes in the medical system. This is the first such course in Australia. Students will improve their ability to analyze the medical system and learn how to apply modern evidence-based methods in medical, education, business and research practices to improve the performance and sustainability of the medical industry .

The enrollment target of this degree not only includes professionals in the medical field, but also attracts professionals who are passionate and thoughtful about the future of Australian medicine. Including doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, medical administrators, health economists, scholars and journalists.

  • Studying this master's program at Bond University, students can choose research projects and capstone internships (20 credits) in their areas of interest. The two complement each other and are a unique form of internship. Internship location: both overseas and within Australia, chosen by students.

  • This master's program includes the following degree programs:

    1. Postgraduate Certificate in Evidence-Based Medicine

    2. Medical system graduate certificate

    3. Graduate Diploma in Medical Innovation

  • Please refer to the website bond.edu.au/MHI for information about the above degree courses

  • School system: CRICOS registration for 3 semesters (full-time 1 year)

  • Start time: Flexible start in January and September

  • Language requirements: IELTS score: total score of 6.5 (writing 6.5, reading 6.0, listening 6.0, speaking 6.0); PTE: 58 points, writing and communication skills score 58; TOEFL: total score of 85, writing no less than 24 points.

  • Academic requirements for admission: completion of an undergraduate degree in medical or related majors, or an undergraduate degree in non-medical related majors plus 2 years of relevant work experience. For details, please see bond.edu.au/MHI

English teachers are needed all over the world, and teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) for non-native English speakers is a wonderful, interesting and fulfilling profession. The Master of Arts (English Teaching) program at Bond University trains students to have the necessary skills and knowledge, so that graduates can be qualified for teaching English as a foreign language wherever they go in the world. Including internship opportunities allows students to accept work out.

  • One of the main advantages of studying TESOL at Bond University is that there is an ELICOS fully accredited language center on the university campus. TESOL students do not need to go out of the university campus to carry out practical internships in the university's own language center, and accept the supervision and guidance of teachers with rich qualifications and international teaching experience.

  • School system: CRICOS registration for 3 semesters (full-time 1 year)

  • Start time: Flexible start in January, May and September

  • Language requirements: IELTS score: total score of 6.5 (writing 6.5, reading 6.0, listening 6.0, speaking 6.0); PTE: 58 points, writing and communication skills score 58; TOEFL: total score of 85, writing no less than 24 points.

  • Academic requirements for admission: completion of an Australian undergraduate degree equivalent to education, linguistics, bilingual teaching, applied linguistics or other language-related majors; or an accredited teacher qualification; or an undergraduate degree and a TESOL certificate Or have at least five years of English degree specific information

The Bond University JD course is a graduate course*, accepting students from any undergraduate professional background. Law students can apply for credit exemption. The JD course provides a solid foundation of legal knowledge for students who wish to engage in legal work. At the same time, a number of legal elective courses are provided to provide students with flexible employment. Students who successfully complete JD only need to complete another 30 weeks of Practical Legal Training (PLT) to become a lawyer in Australia. Bond University also offers PLT courses.

*Students without a bachelor can apply to study Bachelor of Laws (LLB). Bond University welcomes high school graduates to study in LLB. Students who successfully complete the LLB only need to complete another 30 weeks of Practical Legal Training (PLT) to become a lawyer in Australia.

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