Bond University Acceptance Rate

Established in 1987, Bond University is a private, not-for-profit university located in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It is ranked as Australia’s number one university for student experience for the 11th consecutive year in the 2017 Good Universities’ Guide.

Bond University Ranking

Bond university has a rating of 4.5 on offical Facebook page from 455 user reviews & 4.4 from 150 reviews from Google. Other Bond University offical rankings are from Times Higher Education ranks the university as 101-150th in the Young University Rankings and 501-600th in World University Rankings 2018.

Below is a list of Bond University Global Ranking for 2019

Global Ranking by QS – 442

US News – 1133

hanghai – 1000

Times Higher Education – 401

GTU – 625.

Bond University Regional Ranking

Regional Ranking by US News – 46

QS – 24

Times Higher Education – 29

Bond University Acceptance Rate

Bond University has an acceptance rate of 91% which is considered to be highest in Australia, However the offical fugures for 2020 intake are yet to be realeased by the university

Bond University Programs & Courses

The university comprises of 4 faculties: Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine; Faculty of Society & Design (includes Abedian School of Architecture and School of Psychology); Faculty of Law; and Bond Business School. The university also operates Bond University College which offers university pathway programs and the Bond University English Language Institute (BUELI). The university has also established a number of interdisciplinary university research centers: Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice, The Collaborative Research Network for Advancing Exercise and Sports Science and Centre for Professional Legal Education.

Bond University International Students

The total student population at the university is more than 4,100 students of which over 2,900 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at Bond University is 11:1.

Bond’s man-made lake dominates the campus’ scenery, and is circled by a number of student restaurants, cafes, and bars, complemented by a flexible dining plan. Accommodation is also provided on campus, and is available in a number of different configurations, including ensuite, twin and shared rooms.

Notable Alumni:Giaan Rooney (Australian swimmer), David Baxby (Businessman)