Bond University: Learn in the Now

Right now, this moment, things are changing. Big changes, small changes, climate changes, gear changes.

With so much going on in the world, why wouldn’t you learn from it?

Why do Canadian students choose 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. Yes, you read that right. Three hundred. 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 Law School
Inside the Bond Law School Moot Court

Canadians also love Bond’s fast-tracked degrees, especially the Juris Doctor and the Doctor of Physiotherapy. Because Bond runs three semesters per year with intakes in January, May and September, students can graduate up to 12 months ahead of the rest! And it doesn’t hurt that Bond’s class sizes are small, offering personalised attention and mentoring.

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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