Bond Occupational Therapy gets second intake

Why wait for your degree when you don’t have to?

Great news for all of our rehab sciences students! Bond’s occupational therapy program was initially slated for the September semester intake only, but the university has recently announced that it has opened a second intake of students in the May semester!

Bond Occupational Therapy gets second intake
Study at Bond University, Queensland

Candidates may now apply for either a semester-3 (September) or a semester-2 intake (May) each year.

Bond University’s unique position as Australia’s leading private, non-profit and independent university is reinforced through its small class sizes, personalised approach to student learning, focus on graduate outcomes and community experience.

Intimate class sizes ensure students are personally mentored by industry experts and internationally recognised researchers who know them by name, have an “open door” policy and a dedicated interest in their success.

The university is renowned for its innovative, health-focused programs which include the Doctor of Physiotherapy and the Master of Occupational Therapy. Working in either of these fields gives you the opportunity to have a profound impact on people’s well-being, with career pathways in clinical practice, research and development and more.

Bond University Master of Occupational Therapy

Program: Master of Occupational Therapy
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Next intake: May 2017
Duration: 2 calendar years (6 semesters)
Application deadline: No set deadline. Candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

Entry requirements
The minimum academic entry requirement is an undergraduate degree in health sciences or other related degree with
  • one semester of anatomy,
  • one semester of physiology, and
  • two semesters of psychology or sociology or behavioural science.


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