Bond University is located on the Gold Coast, 50 miles south of Brisbane, and boasts the perfect climate of mild winters and warm summers. The region displays a strong youth culture and is famous for its surf beaches, national parks, mountain ranges and great nightlife.
Bond University has a unique architectural design with sandstone buildings surrounding a lake encompassed by lawns where students love to socialize. All facilities are within easy walking distance, and Bond’s small student body makes a lively educational and social community where you’ll soon get to know everyone on campus.
Former students will tell you that one of the best things about studying at Bond is the social life. A much smaller number of students than other universities ensures that no one gets lost in the crowd. Close friendships are forged with fellow students and teachers in lectures and tutorials – some of which have fewer than a dozen students. At the coffee shops and bars on campus, you’ll rarely be alone for long. And the gym and swimming pool are great places to meet new people while you relax between study sessions.
The state of Queensland, home of the Great Barrier Reef and commonly referred to as the "Sunshine State," is Australia's ultimate outdoor playground. In fact, the state's motto is "Beautiful One Day, Perfect the Next." Hike through tranquil rainforests, relax on an island, go diving on the Great Barrier Reef or explore the vast Outback. From the fun of the Gold Coast to the adventure of the Cape, it is no wonder Queensland is Australia's third-most populous and fastest-growing state.