Bond University Undergraduate Guide

Bond University accepts undergraduate applications from students based anywhere in the world. 

Our applicants typically include students who have completed Year 12 in Queensland or elsewhere in Australia and international students who have completed equivalent secondary school studies in their own countries.

As a general rule, Bond University imposes a minimum age requirement of 17 years and a minimum entry score (expressed as an OP, ATAR, IB or equivalent). Applicants require a minimum entry score equivalent to OP15 or higher (ATAR 63.50 for admission in Semester 1, 2018) to be considered for admission into our bachelor programs.  Applicants who are about to complete their final Year 12 assessment will be also considered, based on the predicted OP, ATAR or IB score provided by their school. Applicants who do not meet this minimum entry score will be considered for admission into a Bond University College pathway program. More details on each of these options follow.

In addition to our minimum University admission requirements, some of our bachelor programs may require applicants to have achieved a higher minimum entry score standard, subject prerequisites, and/or some other additional selection criteria. Program admission requirements are reviewed annually. The full details of our programs, entry requirements, and other relevant information can be found on the program web pages.

Students who have completed studies in a non-English speaking country are required to satisfy English language proficiency requirements which at undergraduate level is the completion of an IELTS (Academic) with an overall score of 6.5 or equivalent. 

Bond University admits students into our January, May and September semesters. Applications for all programs, other than the Medical Program, may be lodged directly with the University at any time via the Bond University Online Application Form. 

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