Bond University offers high academic achievers applying to study at an undergraduate level for a bachelor’s degree, with tuition remission scholarships. International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and are a testament to Bond University’s commitment to quality and outstanding international students.
Bond University Scholarship 2022-2023 are partially funded scholarships for international students. These scholarships are only offered for undergraduate degree. This Scholarship provides the Students with 50% tuition fees waiver.
About Bond University:
Bond University is Australia’s leading independent, not-for-profit university, dedicated to creating and supporting the next generation of corporate and community leaders.
Bond students are offered a personalised educational experience of the highest standard, taught in small classes where the professors know students by name and understand their ambitions. Access to mentoring by world-renowned academics, and lectures taught by high-profile industry achievers are accompanied by a core skills program which teaches leadership, critical thinking, and communication skills.
Ranked number one in Australia
Bond’s commitment to delivering personalised learning and well-rounded graduates has seen the Good Universities Guide rank Bond as No.1 for student experience, 15 years in a row. Bond’s student-to-teacher ratio of 10:1 was also recognised by the latest results, ranked the best in Australia. At undergraduate level, Bond was judged best in Australia in three categories: student support, learning resources, and learner engagement. At postgraduate level, Bond led the nation in skills development and student support.
Since opening in 1989, Bond has pioneered the three-semesters-per-year system, so its graduates are beginning their careers and earning an income earlier. Future employability is a key focus at Bond, with the University’s approach already standing out: the Federal Government’s 2018 and 2019 Employer Satisfaction Survey ranked Bond as Australia’s top university for producing graduates employers want to hire.
Employable, future-focused graduates
Bond University’s strong focus on employability also includes guidance through its Career Development Centre, the Beyond Bond professional development program, and its co-curricular entrepreneurship program Transformer.
In 2019 Bond launched a collection of revolutionary new Transformation Degrees in Digital, Health, Law, and Entrepreneurship. The degrees are focused on new and emerging careers that aim to produce critical, diverse, and innovative thinkers who are prepared to take on global challenges, by teaching them design thinking, information analysis, problem-solving and change management.
As the only accredited university in Queensland offering Bachelor and Masters programs in actuarial science, Bond students benefit from practical experience and expert industry knowledge in big data – a high-growth industry.
Bond University Scholarship| Details:
- Host Country: Australia.
- Course Level: undergraduate (bachelor’s degree)
- Program Period: 4 years.
- Applications closed on 12 June, 2022 for students commencing in the September 2022 Semester.
- Applications close on 16 October, 2022 for students commencing in the January 2023 Semester.
- Available fields:
- Actuarial Science
- Architecture and Built Environment
- Business and Commerce
- Communication and Creative Media
- Health Sciences
- Hotel and Tourism
- International Relations and Humanities
- Academic & English Pathways
- Executive Programs
Bond University Scholarship| Funding:
Bond University Scholarships provides the recipients below benefits:
- Recipients of the Undergraduate Excellence Scholarship are awarded with 50% tuition remission for their chosen program.
Bond University Scholarship| Eligibility Criteria:
To be considered, applicants must:
- Have submitted the Bond University Online Application Form to apply for chosen program. Students applying for Bond University’s Medical Program are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.
- Have achieved academic excellence in the top percentile from your high school qualification (for example, IB Diploma score of 38 or higher, minimum ATAR of 96) or equivalent.
- Complete and submit a scholarship application form by the scholarship application closing date relevant to chosen starting semester. See further details on the scholarship application process in the How to Apply section below.
- Not have already commenced undergraduate studies at Bond University.
- Those studying English at Bond University College as part of a packaged Offer are still eligible to apply.
Information for all students:
When applying for a scholarship, please note that your application will be considered in the next scholarship round, and if awarded, you will be provided with 10 days to accept your program and scholarship offer. If you have applied for your program far in advance of your semester intake, you may wish to apply for a scholarship closer to the scholarship deadline date for your semester start date. Scholarship deadline dates are as follows:
- First round applications closed on 13 February, 2022 for students commencing in the May 2022 Semester.
- Second round applications close on 1 April, 2022 for students commencing in the May 2022 Semester.
- Applications close on 12 June, 2022 for students commencing in the September 2022 Semester.
- Applications close on 16 October, 2022 for students commencing in the January 2023 Semester.
Bond University Scholarship| How to Apply:
Students must submit the Bond University Online Application Form before applying for this scholarship.
Once submitted, students can apply for this scholarship using the Bond University Scholarship Application Form. Simply use the same log-in details as used for your program application, and search ‘Scholarship’ on the Start an Application page. The form must be completed and submitted online by the application closing date relevant to your starting semester.
As part of your scholarship application, you will be asked to attach a Supporting Statement. Download our Supporting Statement Template (PDF), complete and save this form, and attach it to your application in the Supporting Documents section.
Bond University Scholarship| Selection Criteria
Following the closing date each semester, Bond will select the successful applicants on a competitive, merit-based process.
This will include review of each applicants’ academic achievement as demonstrated by their academic results from their home country qualification and supporting statement.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Successful applicants will be notified of the outcome within a month of the scholarship closing date.
The successful award recipient must:
- comply with Bond’s general scholarship terms and conditions
- maintain a minimum average of 65% or better in their program
- be enrolled on a full-time basis
- participate in promotional activities arranged by the University.
Awards are non-transferrable and cannot be redeemed for cash.
Acceptance of the award implies agreement to meet these obligations.
Why to study in Australia:
Top universities, incredible nature, vibrant cities, and several oceans are just some of the reasons why many international students choose Australia to study. Studying abroad may be slightly daunting, but the reward in terms of education and personal development can also be huge.
Here are many reasons why you could consider making Australia your studying-abroad destination:
1. Top quality universities
International students have a wide variety of choice when it comes to studying in Australia. Australia is home to 43 universities in total, with 40 Australian, two international and one private university. It’s a case of quality as well as quantity, with six Australian universities ranking in the internationally renowned top 100.
2. Cultural diversity
Australia is a diverse melting pot of cultures. The sheer amount of cultures that abound offers the chance to step outside of your usual comfort zone and experience something new, but also to feel a sense of belonging in the multicultural setting. Some of the benefits of living in a multicultural society include wonderful culinary offerings, public international celebrations and the chance to learn a different language.
3. Any major is welcome
Since Australia’s universities are some of the top ranked in the world, it’s no surprise that they offer a multitude of different degrees and majors. Whether you are studying engineering or English, medicine or Mathematics, there are plenty of different options and combinations to choose from when you study in Australia. It could be a good idea to contact your short list of universities prior to see what they offer and whether you meet the eligibility requirements.
4. The Great Outdoors
Australia is famous for its diverse terrain. The Outback is legendary for its broad plains and unusual animals. If you’re a beach lover, you are spoiled for choice with thousands of kilometers of pristine coast to choose from. During your holidays, you can dive or snorkel on the gorgeous Great Barrier Reef. Bushwalking or kayaking are often achievable within a day trip.
5. Easy access to student visas
If you’re looking to get a student visa, Australia offers a streamlined process for the Student Visa (subclass 500). There are several requirements you will need to meet for your application to be approved, including being accepted into an educational institution and having sufficient financial capacity. You will also be required to get an appropriate level of health insurance for the duration of your stay.
6. Internship Availability
Some Australian universities may offer internships or work opportunities to their students. If this is an option that interests you, be sure to reach out to your chosen educational institution to find out any requirements.
7. Vibrant city life
Australian universities are located in both rural and urban settings. Wherever you choose to study you will be able to travel to a number of neighboring cities with ease. Each one offers a multitude of unique experiences, from the spectacular Sydney beach scene to the quirky shopping boutiques of Melbourne.
Australia has some of the most diverse wildlife on earth. If you’re studying rurally, you might be lucky enough to experience some in the wild. Even if you don’t there are plenty of wildlife parks that offer close encounters with koalas, kangaroos, crocodiles and more.
9. Easy communication
Australians speak English, which makes it easy for most international students to understand and be understood. However, the slang may take a little longer to master! If you’re struggling to keep up with conversation try asking someone to explain the slang to you. You’ll be amazed at the variations Australians have come up with.
10. Incredible work opportunities
If you truly enjoy your time studying in Australia, you may be tempted to stay on longer. Australia also offers a Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) that allows some international students to stay in Australia and continue to work after they have graduated.
International study in Australia offers a wide range of rewarding experiences as well as the possibility for a world-class education. If you’re thinking about studying abroad in Australia, these 10 points are really just the beginning of what Australia can offer.
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