Bond University

Particular: Details

Location: Robina, Gold Coast, Queensland

Established: 1987

Total Students: 4,000

Percentage of International Students: 15%

Bond University. Bond University is Australia’s first private not-for-profit university and is located in Robina, Gold Coast, Queensland. 

Since its opening on 15 May 1989, Bond University has primarily been a teaching-focused higher education institution featuring a three-semester-per-year timetable.

The university has four faculties to support both research and teaching activities.

  • Faculty of Business
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine
  • Faculty of Society and Design
  • Faith
  • Medical and counselling support
  • Student housing
  • Disability
  • JP/Commissioner for Declarations service
  • Counseling

The Bond University campus features a series of Faculty sandstone buildings centred around man-made Lake Orr. The campus was conceived and developed by master planner Daryl Jackson

of Jackson Architecture with significant input from Queensland architect Robin Gibson. The signature arch building was designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki.

Students at Bond University have access to a number of academic, technological and recreational facilities. Bond University offers private or shared accommodation on-campus and provides assistance for students seeking off-campus accommodation. The John and Alison Kearney Library services the University in two locations on campus, the Main Library and the Law Library. The Library is recognised as a highly customer-focused support service for the University community and external organisations.

For the 12th consecutive year, Bond University was awarded more 5-star ratings in the student experience category than any other university in Australia, according to the 2018 Good Universities Guide. Additionally, more than 90 per cent of students rated their educational experience at Bond University as positive, well above the national average of 80 per cent, in the latest undergraduate Student Experience Survey, released by the Department of Education on its Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website.

On the global stage, Bond University has been listed in the prestigious global top 20 universities in the Times Higher Education (THE) Rankings of the Best Small Universities in the World.

Bond University Student Housing caters for both domestic and international students, with a range of housing on campus. Bond University is centrally located on the Gold Coast, in the suburb of Robina.

  • David Baxby, CEO, Virgin Management Asia Pacific
  • Patrick Baynes, entrepreneur
  • John Osbourne, CEO, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
  • Tommy Spaulding, businessman and author
  • Katie Hocking, former COO UBS Investment Research
  • Steven Ciobo, federal Member for Moncrieff
  • Tim Watts, federal Member for Gellibrand, since 2013
  • Lex Bell, Member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland (2001–2004)
  • Verity Barton, Member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, since 2012
  • Andrew McIntosh, member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
  • Brian Jean, the Leader of the Opposition in Alberta, Canada
  • Tupou VI, King of Tonga (2012–present), former High Commissioner to Australia, former Prime Minister of Tonga (2000–2006)
  • Rakuita Vakalalabure, Fijian politician
  • Luke Baines, actor
  • Naomi McGill, designer, Harlette Saudi Arabia lingerie
  • Radha Stirling, community activist
  • Sara Groen, television presenter
  • Wendy Kingston, Nine News presenter
  • Hazel Villa, journalist
  • Vanessa Grimm, Sky News Live anchor
  • Matthew Sait, Lawyer, Chairman of the Australian Monarchist League’s ACT & Region Branch, media spokesperson
  • Jemima Burt, journalist, ABC news reporter
  • Xander Bennett, screenwriter and author
  • Trevor Carolan, fiction writer
  • Samantha Strauss, screenwriter and creator of Dance Academy
  • Antony Szeto, film director
  • Tommy Wirkola, film director, producer and screenwriter
  • Chris Atkinson, WRC driver
  • Courtney Atkinson, triathlete
  • Lara Davenport, swimmer
  • Chris Fydler, swimmer
  • Grant Hackett, swimmer
  • Nuko Hifo, rugby league player
  • Ky Hurst, Ironman and swimmer
  • Daniel Kowalski, swimmer
  • Jason Little, rugby player
  • Annabel Luxford, triathlete
  • Michael Murphy, former Olympian diver

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