Bond University is set on a 50 hectare campus at Robina on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Created in the traditions of the world’s leading private universities, a series of grand sandstone faculty buildings line a landscaped promenade leading down to the tranquil man-made lake.
All lecture theatres, case study rooms and tutorial rooms are in the University Centre building, and there are several student restaurants, cafes and bars circling the picturesque lake. On-campus accommodation is within easy walking distance of all university faculties making it convenient for students.
The study facilities at Bond are world-class. Incorporating high-tech lecture theatres, the latest broadband and Wi-Fi computer connections, and libraries that rank among Australia’s best.
Complementing these academic features, you’ll find a comprehensive selection of recreational and social outlets that encourage interaction between students outside the classroom.
As Australia’s first private non-profit university, Bond University seeks to be recognised internationally as a leading independent university, imbued with a spirit to innovate, a commitment to influence and a dedication to inspire tomorrow’s professionals who share a personalised and transformational student experience.
Bond is committed to gender equality and diversity.
The 2018-2022 Bond University Strategic Plan provides a map to guide our collective action and signal our priorities for new investment. It is a plan that builds upon our existing strengths without diminishing our commitment to the mission that has underpinned our success to date, and ensures that we will continue to push out the boundaries of university education.
The preamble to this plan recognises the distinctive characteristics that define the Bond Difference – our commitment to teaching excellence, the deep engagement between our academics and their students, the spirit of entrepreneurialism, the importance of applied professional skills, and the personal and transformative development of Bond people. It also explores the complex and dynamic context in which we operate and to which we must respond.
At the core of our Plan are the priorities and key actions that will guide our progress. Four major priorities have been identified:
Finally, the Plan describes the iconic projects that will drive its implementation. These projects are large and transformative. They are designed to drive change, have impact across the whole of the University, and be tangible symbols of our ambition.