Bond University delivers the best in educational experience

Bond University has once again ranked among Australia’s highest rated universities for Educational Experience in the latest edition of the Good Universities Guide, considered the most comprehensive independent source of information on higher education providers in Australia.

For the tenth consecutive year, Bond was awarded five stars—the highest possible rating—in the areas of staff-student ratio, teaching quality, overall satisfaction and generic skills, and scored four stars for staff qualifications.

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Bond University delivers the best in educational experience

Bond also rated very highly in the Graduate Outcomes category, with four stars in the two benchmarks assessed: starting salary and getting a full-time job.

The Good Universities Guide, by education solutions provider Hobsons, is an independent consumer guide to university performance and provides ratings, rankings, comment and information about all Australian higher education institutions.

Bond University Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Tim Brailsford, said Bond delivered an education experience that was second to none.

“Bond University is absolutely committed to providing a personalised, transformational experience for our students, which is embedded in our mission,” he said.

“We are pleased to note that the student feedback and our ratings, as reflected in the results of the latest Good University Guide, continue to provide assurance that our strategy and actions centred on our students is highly effective.

“Our unique position within Australia as a private, non-profit and independent university is reinforced through small class sizes, a focus on core skills and a rich campus experience.”

About Bond University

Bond University is set on a 66-hectare campus at Robina on Queensland’s Gold Coast. The Gold Coast is a multicultural, vibrant place to live and has been identified as one of the most desirable places in the world to live ranked on political, social, economic and environmental factors as well as, personal safety and health.

The Gold Coast has more than 300 days of sunshine per year. Average temperatures in summer range from 20 to 28 degrees Celsius and in the winter, the average temperature range is from 11 to 21 degrees Celsius. What a great place to study!

Bond University defines internationalisation throughout policy and practice as ensuring that
  • international students have a quality university experience;
  • all graduates are prepared to work and function in contexts throughout the world; and
  • the university provides leadership for global relations.

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