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2 Everyone has expectations for their future And success means different things to different people. Some are happy to live from day to day. Others like yourself want much more. You think bigger. You want to move faster. You want to go further. You re determined to achieve something extraordinary. At Bond University, we recognise your passion and fast track your progress. Bond University. We Share Your Ambition. We Bring It To Life.
3 Welcome Vice-Chancellor s Message Your Bond degree is your passport to an extraordinary career. Choosing the right university is the most important decision you will make at this stage of your life. It s your investment in the future not just financially, but in terms of the time, energy and effort you will put into your studies over the next few years. So, like any investment, your choice must be based on the potential returns: Which university will give you more than a degree? Which university will open the door to a truly extraordinary career? Bond University has positioned itself as a leading university, imbued with a spirit to innovate, a commitment to influence and a dedication to inspire tomorrow s professionals. We believe that the knowledge and skills you learn in the classroom are simply the starting point. Just imagine what you will achieve working with internationally renowned teachers in small personalised classes. Just imagine how quickly you could climb the corporate ladder if you graduated a full year ahead of your competitors and had specific training in leadership skills. And with a global network of contacts, you will be able to work anywhere in the world. We know you have the potential to make a real difference because we have seen so many of our students over the years do just that. Living and working in every corner of the globe, they are now heading up major corporations, helping disadvantaged communities in developing countries, researching medical breakthroughs, engineering cutting-edge technologies. As a graduate of Bond University, you will be joining their elite ranks. If your goal is to be the best that you can be, to have your choice of the top jobs and to forge a successful and satisfying career at the highest level, Bond University can give you all the tools you need to bring your ambition to life. I very much look forward to sharing your journey. Professor Tim Brailsford Vice-Chancellor and President 2016 Undergraduate Guide 5
4 Contents 7 Why Bond? 74 State-of-the-Art Facilities 8 Welcome to Bond University 76 Student Services 10 Studying at Bond 78 Accommodation 12 Pathways to Bond University 80 Life at Bond 18 English Language Pathways 82 Investing in Your Future 20 Where Will a Degree Take You? 84 Scholarships 23 Faculty of Business 86 Application and Entry - Australian Students 31 Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine 88 Application and Entry - International Students 41 Faculty of Law Academic Calendar 49 Faculty of Society & Design 98 Essential Contacts 70 Exchange Partners
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7 Why Bond? Because we do things differently FINISH YOUR DEGREE UP TO A YEAR AHEAD OF THE REST At Bond, you won t lose time with long breaks between semesters. We run three full semesters a year, with intakes in January, May and September. This means that you can complete standard bachelor s degree in just two years. It also means you will be out in the workforce up to year ahead of the rest, earning sooner. BE MENTORED BY WORLD LEADING ACADEMICS Bond s personalised teaching philosophy means you will learn in smaller class sizes with unprecedented one-on-one access to your professors. Even outside of class time, our academics have an open door policy that means they will not only know you by name, they ll actively mentor your progress. GRADUATE BETTER PREPARED At Bond, we believe education goes beyond the classroom. Our unique Beyond Bond program will expand your horizons with internships, global volunteering programs, international competitions, industry conferences, study tours, community service and much, much more. This is why our graduates are the first choice for many employers. They are immediately distinguishable in the workplace for their confidence, maturity, global awareness, communication skills and leadership qualities. Bond sets you up to succeed Undergraduate Guide 9
8 Welcome to Bond University Bond University has a distinguished reputation as Australia s first independent, not-for-profit university. Created in the scholarly traditions of pre-eminent private universities of world standing, Bond challenges students to be leaders and thinkers. A Bond degree takes you beyond the accepted definition of a university education to develop initiative, enterprise, ambition and a lifelong commitment to making a meaningful contribution in your chosen field. A wide range of innovative and challenging undergraduate courses are offered through the: Bond Business Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine Faculty of Law Faculty of Society & Design Bond University English Language Institute Bond College Whatever degree you choose, you ll find that Bond s dedication to the highest academic standards, coupled with open access to world-class teaching professionals, industry leaders and blue chip employers will help you to reach your very highest potential. Bond University rates 5 stars 2015 Good Universities Guide Overall satisfaction Staff-student ratio Teaching quality Generic skills Non-government earnings 2014 QS Star Ratings Teaching Employability Internationalisation Facilities Engagement Access
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10 Studying at Bond Bond University teaches over three semesters a year, allowing you to complete your studies much earlier than at other universities. For instance, a standard bachelor s degree that takes three years with the normal two-semesters-per-year timetable, can be completed in just two years at Bond. Bond s accelerated study mode, combined with the flexibility of our cross-faculty subject offerings, gives you the opportunity to tailor your studies to suit your specific career goals or enhance your employability by gaining extra qualifications. UNDERGRADUATE STUDY Applicants who have not previously studied at university would normally enrol in a bachelor s degree. These undergraduate study programs typically comprise 24 subjects which can be completed in six semesters by undertaking a full-time load of four subjects per semester. Some undergraduate degrees are slightly longer, such as the Bachelor of Laws (32 subjects over eight semesters) and the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (14 semesters). UNIVERSITY CORE SUBJECTS At Bond University, we recognise that people have many careers throughout their lives where they require the soft skills to problem solve and apply their education to a variety of occupations. As a result, in every undergraduate degree (except the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery), you will complete three Bond Core subjects plus one not-for-credit component. Critical Thinking and Communication In this subject you will be introduced to critical thinking and clear expression. You will evaluate arguments, identify assumptions, judge patterns of inference, and recognise and apply various methods of reasoning. You will learn how to clarify and visually represent your thinking to make better decisions, evaluate and use evidence, and communicate more effectively in your writing and speaking. Using these skills, you will structure and write an academic essay and deliver an oral presentation. Leadership and Team Dynamics This subject is designed to help you develop the intrapersonal and interpersonal skills to function effectively as individual contributors, team players and leaders in diverse social contexts. These skills will be essential to your personal and professional life in any current or future profession. You will gain a greater understanding of your personality, values, emotions, perceptions and related attributes, and develop an appreciation of the diversity of these characteristics in others. This perspective is required to work effectively in diverse multi-disciplinary groups and to develop the followership and leadership behaviours that are highly valued in contemporary organisations. Ethical Thought and Action Using an applied case-based approach, this subject will help you gain ethical awareness, develop relevant reasoning skills, and empower yourself to act ethically in personal and professional contexts. This interdisciplinary subject explores critical ethical issues in science, law, business, media, and the environment. Topics remain flexible to reflect the dynamic nature of ethical issues in the 21st century. Beyond Bond: Professional Development and Community Engagement This not-for-credit component aims to equip you with the knowledge, competencies and skills to effectively take responsibility and plan an appropriate career path. You will gain awareness and understanding of the career development process and, through the use of various job-related tools, you will be empowered to create your own professional approach towards your future career aspirations. You will also acquire a realistic appreciation of the world of work and broaden your employment skills beyond the classroom through a variety of work-integrated learning and/or global or community engagement activities. FOUNDATION SUBJECTS Most degrees include a specified number of foundation subjects which all students must complete, regardless of their chosen major or specialisation. ELECTIVE SUBJECTS Some degrees also allow you to choose elective subjects, either from the host faculty or from any other faculty in the University. MAJORS / SPECIALISATIONS A major is a grouping of subjects (usually six) in a particular discipline that allows students to focus on a specialisation. Some degree programs also allow for a double major.
11 COMBINED DEGREES Bond University offers a range of combined degrees. These include: Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of International Relations Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Communication / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Communication (Business) / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of International Relations / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Journalism / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Psychological Science / Bachelor of Laws Combined degrees in other combinations are available conditional upon subject availability*. HONOURS DEGREES An honours degree is usually two or three semesters of additional coursework, seminars and supervised research taken after the completion of a bachelor s degree. It advances students knowledge and experience and helps prepare them for future research work and higher degree programs. HIGHER LEVEL DEGREES Our accelerated timetable enables you to complete most bachelor s degrees in two years and a master s degree in one year. Should you wish to continue studying, you can complete your undergraduate degree and gain a higher level qualification in the same time it will take students at most other universities to complete a bachelor s degree. STUDY SCHEDULE Most students undertake four subjects per semester^ (equivalent to 40 credit points). You may however, enrol in fewer subjects and extend your degree over a longer period^^. Bond s teaching methodology involves a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, examinations, projects, presentations, assignments, computer labs and industry projects. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS As a requirement of your visa, international students must undertake four subjects per semester (equivalent to 40 credit points). * Not available for all programs. ^ Australian students enrolled in at least three subjects may be eligible to claim Austudy benefits. ^^ Not available for the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery or international students. A high level of achievement in an undergraduate course is a prerequisite of entry into an honours degree program. Honours degrees are available in selected programs within the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine and Faculty of Society & Design Undergraduate Guide 13
12 Pathways to Bond University If you do not meet the stated academic requirements for direct entry into an undergraduate degree program, Bond offers alternative pathway programs. Bond College is located on the University campus and gives you a taste of university life as you gain a head start on your tertiary studies. Bond College s intakes in January, May and September coincide with the University s timetable, allowing you to move straight into a university program upon successful completion of a pathways program. If you successfully complete a pathway program you will be guaranteed a place in most higher education diplomas and degrees at Bond University. This does not include the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery or the Bachelor of Architectural Studies. Please refer to the individual entry requirements of each degree on pages 23 to 69 for more information. DOMESTIC STUDENTS - BOND UNIVERSITY PREPARATION PROGRAM Duration: 8 months (2 semesters) Starting: January, May, September The Bond University Preparation Program provides a pathway for Australian students to meet the entry requirements for Bond University programs. This program is open to those that have completed Year 11 or equivalent in the Australian education system, or who have commensurate work experience. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - BOND COLLEGE FOUNDATION PROGRAM CRICOS Course Code G Duration: 8 months (2 semesters) Starting: January, May, September The Bond College Foundation Program has been specifically designed for international students and accelerates your way to a university degree. The Bond College Foundation Program meets the requirements for foundation programs that have been registered for CRICOS delivery in Australia to overseas students. It provides academic preparation for students seeking entry to first year undergraduate study or equivalent. PATHWAYS TO BOND UNIVERSITY Australian Students Successful completion of Year 11, or equivalent programs under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) - for example, Certificate III level or Access 10 in TAFE system. Aptitude tests may also be available to determine suitability for entry to Bond College. International Students Relevant country specific academic entry requirements (see page 90) IELTS 5.5 (no band less than 5.5) or equivalent Bond College Foundation Program (International Students) or Bond University Preparation Program (Australian Students) (2 semesters) Bond University Higher Education Diploma (2 semesters) Bond University degree (6 semesters*) Bond University degree (4 semesters*) * The average Bond University undergraduate degree is six semesters but may be longer in some areas of study.
13 DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS CRICOS Course Code E Duration: 8 months full time (2 semesters) Starting: January, May, September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Completion of Year 12 or equivalent (OP / ATAR ). For international student entry requirements, please refer to Application and Entry section on page 88. FURTHER STUDY Successful completion of the Diploma of Business guarantees you a place in the Bachelor of Business with up to eight subjects credited to the degree, and shortens the duration of your undergraduate studies by two semesters. The Diploma of Business is also a pathway into other bachelor degrees with varying credit. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Diploma of Business offers a broad foundation for a range of career opportunities in the corporate sphere. It will teach you core skills to enhance your career prospects, whether you have just finished school or you are looking to upgrade your qualifications. Successful completion of the Diploma of Business will provide you with a pathway to Bond University s undergraduate degrees or position you to seek employment in business, management, marketing and advertising, market research or information management. PROGRAM STRUCTURE You will complete a total of eight subjects comprising Bond University Core subjects (refer to page 10) and discipline specific foundation subjects such as: Introduction to Accounting Introduction to Global Citizenship Marketing Leadership and Team Dynamics Principles of Economics For full program details and structure, please visit bond.edu.au/diplomas Undergraduate Guide 15
14 DIPLOMA OF COMMUNICATION CRICOS Course Code D Duration: 8 months full time (2 semesters) Starting: January, May, September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Completion of grade 12 or equivalent (OP / ATAR ). For international student entry requirements, please refer to Application and Entry section on page 88. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Diploma of Communication opens up a wide range of career and further study opportunities in disciplines ranging from film and television through to journalism and multimedia. It will teach you core skills to enhance your career prospects, whether you have just finished school or you are looking to upgrade your qualifications. Successful completion of the Diploma of Communication will provide you with a pathway to Bond University s undergraduate degrees or position you to seek employment in media, corporate communications, public relations or event management. Entry into other degrees is with eight credits as follows: Bachelor Communication (Business) Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Film and Television Bachelor of Multimedia and Design Bachelor of Journalism Bachelor of International Relations Bachelor of Social Sciences Bachelor of Psychological Science The Diploma of Communication is also a pathway into other bachelor degrees with varying credit. PROGRAM STRUCTURE You will complete a total of eight subjects comprising Bond University Core subjects (refer to page 10) and discipline specific foundation subjects such as: Digital Media and Society Personal Communication Public Relations Principles and Practice The Australian Media For full program details and structure, please visit bond.edu.au/diplomas. FURTHER STUDY Successful completion of the Diploma of Communication guarantees you a place in Bond s Bachelor of Communication with up to eight subjects credited to the degree, and reduces the duration of your undergraduate studies by two semesters.
15 DIPLOMA OF CRIMINOLOGY CRICOS Course Code B DIPLOMA OF SPORTS MANAGEMENT CRICOS Course Code G Duration: 8 months full time (2 semesters) Starting: January, May, September Duration: 8 months full time (2 semesters) Starting: January, May, September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Completion of grade 12 or equivalent (OP / ATAR ). For international student entry requirements, please refer to Application and Entry section on page 88. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Diploma of Criminology provides a fascinating introduction to the study of criminology. It will teach you core skills to enhance your career prospects, whether you have just finished school or you are looking to upgrade your qualifications. This diploma will familiarise you with the criminal justice system and give you the ability to draw on knowledge and perspectives from a range of disciplines such as law, sociology, psychology and history. It will also allow you to question why different societies define and respond to crime in different ways. Successful completion of the Diploma of Criminology will provide you with a pathway to Bond University s undergraduate degrees or position you to seek employment in intelligence analysis, research, or consulting in the areas of state and federal government, law enforcement or crime research. PROGRAM STRUCTURE You will complete a total of eight subjects comprising Bond University Core subjects (refer to page 10) and discipline specific foundation subjects such as: Contemporary Issues in Law and Society Crime and Deviance Forensic Victimology Media and Crime The Australian Criminal Justice System For full program details and structure, please visit bond.edu.au/diplomas. FURTHER STUDY Successful completion of the Diploma of Criminology guarantees you a place in the Bachelor of Social Sciences (major in Criminology) with up to eight subjects credited to the degree, and reduces the duration of your undergraduate studies by two semesters. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Completion of grade 12 or equivalent (OP / ATAR ). For international student entry requirements, please refer to Application and Entry section on page 88. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Diploma of Sports Management offers a range of subjects to equip you with the necessary knowledge to work with sporting teams, clubs, players and organisations. It will teach you core skills to enhance your career prospects, whether you have just finished school or you are looking to upgrade your qualifications. Successful completion of the Diploma of Sports Management will provide you with a pathway to Bond University s undergraduate degrees or position you to seek employment in sports, event or player management, as well as sporting and recreational clubs and professional organisations. PROGRAM STRUCTURE You will complete a total of eight subjects comprising Bond University Core subjects (refer to page 10) and discipline specific foundation subjects such as: Personal Finance Sport Development Sport Public Relations Sport Information Sports Marketing For full program details and structure, please visit bond.edu.au/diplomas. FURTHER STUDY Successful completion of the Diploma of Sports Management guarantees you a place in the Bachelor of Sports Management with up to eight subjects credited to the degree, and shortens the duration of your undergraduate studies by two semesters. The Diploma of Sports Management is also a pathway into the Bachelor of Communication, Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Communications (Business). The Diploma of Criminology is also a pathway to the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Behaviour Management, Bachelor of Social Science, Bachelor of Counselling and Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) Undergraduate Guide 17
16 DIPLOMA OF LEGAL STUDIES CRICOS Course Code C Duration: 8 months full time (2 semesters) Starting: January, May, September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Completion of grade 12 or equivalent (OP / ATAR ). For international student entry requirements, please refer to Application and Entry section on page 88. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Diploma of Legal Studies will help you plan a career where knowledge of fundamental legal principles and basic legal skills will be of use; such as business administration, legal administration, and Federal, State or local government administration. It will teach you core skills to enhance your career prospects, whether you have just finished school or you are looking to upgrade your qualifications. The Diploma of Legal Studies will teach you fundamental features of Australia s legal system, the principles of business law and contract law, contemporary legal and ethical issues confronting Australian society, how to communicate in groups, conflict resolution, problem solving, individual and group decision making, and an understanding of ethics, morals and cultural beliefs. Successful completion of the Diploma of Legal Studies will provide you with a pathway to Bond University s undergraduate degrees or position you to seek employment in a areas where knowledge of fundamental legal principles and basic legal skills will be of use. PROGRAM STRUCTURE You will complete a total of eight subjects comprising Bond University Core subjects (refer to page 10) and discipline specific foundation subjects such as: Australian Legal System Business Law Contemporary Issues in Law and Society Principles of Contractual Liability For full program details and structure, please visit bond.edu.au/diplomas. FURTHER STUDY Successful completion of the Diploma of Legal Studies guarantees you a place in the Bachelor of Laws with up to eight subjects credited to the degree, and reduces the duration of your undergraduate studies by two semesters. The Diploma of Legal Studies is also a pathway into the Bachelor of Communication, Bachelor of Communications (Business), Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Social Science and Bachelor of Social Science (Criminology). DIPLOMA OF SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS AND PLANNING CRICOS Course Code D Duration: 8 months full time (2 semesters) Starting: September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Completion of grade 12 or equivalent (OP / ATAR ). For international student entry requirements, please refer to Application and Entry section on page 88. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Diploma of Sustainable Environments and Planning provides a foundation for those intending to pursue a career in a variety of natural and built environment professions involved in creating sustainable environments. This Diploma will teach students core skills to enhance their career prospects, whether that be a student fresh out of school or someone wishing to upgrade their qualifications. Students gain knowledge through studying the specified relevant subjects. Some core skills covered include; sustainability science, sustainability and society, urban design, communicating in groups, conflict resolution, problem solving, individual and group decision making, information management, and the use of different network technologies. Successful completion of the Diploma of Sustainable Environments and Planning will provide students with either a pathway to Bond University undergraduate degrees or to start their career in a broad range of opportunities in environmental science, property and urban development. Graduates will be equipped to take advantage of work opportunities in government and private consultancies. PROGRAM STRUCTURE You will complete a total of eight subjects comprising Bond University Core subjects (refer to page 10) and discipline specific foundation subjects such as: Strategic Land Use and Planning Spatial Information Systems Sustainable Development and Society Planning processes PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES This diploma will provide you with access to a wide range of career pathways in the natural and built environments. Graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and practical experience required to be sustainability professionals in business, industry, government, consulting firms and non-government organisations. Graduates can progress into a wide range of careers in mining and energy, fisheries and agriculture, tourism, property, community infrastructure, city and regional planning, development assessment, transportation, strategic or social planning or urban design. Graduates of this program will be equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of sustainable environments, and will be able to seek work anywhere in Australia or around the world.
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18 English Language Pathways International students can improve their English language skills by enrolling in the various ELICOS programs available on campus at the Bond University English Language Institute (BUELI). In addition to enjoying access to all the University facilities and activities, you will benefit from learning in small classes with individual attention provided by our highly qualified teachers, many of whom have international experience. GENERAL ENGLISH CRICOS Course Code G Speaking, listening, reading, writing and grammar from elementary to advanced levels ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES CRICOS Course Code C English language, academic and study skills appropriate for Australian tertiary education needs. The program incorporates preparation for IELTS, enabling you to meet the criteria for direct entry to selected undergraduate degrees (see flowchart below for specific details). ENGLISH PATHWAYS TO FURTHER STUDY AT BOND UNIVERSITY General English Plus EAP entry test Equivalent to IELTS 5.0 English for Academic Purposes (EAP) programs. EAP Level 1 Equivalent to IELTS 5.5 EAP Level 2 Undergraduate - Diploma of University English Studies. Bond College Foundation Program. EAP Level 2 Equivalent to IELTS 6.0 EAP Level 3 Bond University Higher Education Diplomas. EAP Level 3 Equivalent to IELTS 6.5 Direct entry to undergraduate programs that have an IELTS entry requirement of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0. EAP Level 3 Equivalent to IELTS 7.0 Students who attain a grade of Distinction or higher in EAP 3 will gain direct entry into University undergraduate programs that have an entry requirement of IELTS 7.0.
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20 Where Will a Degree Take You? There s a lot to consider when deciding what you will study. Knowing where your degree will take you after you graduate is very important. Use this index to explore your study options based on your career interests. BUSINESS AND COMMERCE For careers relating to accounting, finance, advertising, marketing, sports management, public relations, economics, international business, entrepreneurship, international relations, tourism and hotel and tourism management. Bachelor of Actuarial Science 24 Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Honours) 24 Bachelor of Business 27 Bachelor of Business (3 Year Program) 28 Bachelor of Commerce 28 Bachelor of Commerce (3 Year Program) 28 Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management 28 HEALTH SCIENCES AND MEDICINE For careers relating to exercise and sports science, counselling, behaviour management, health sciences, biomedical science, medicine, psychology and sports management. LAW, CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE For careers relating to law, dispute resolution, business law, criminology, corporate and commercial law and forensics. Bachelor of Biomedical Science 32 Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science 33 Bachelor of Health Sciences 34 Bachelor of Sports Management 36 Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery 36 Bachelor of Laws 42 Bachelor of Business Law 45 Bachelor of Jurisprudence 46
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