To attract motivated and self-directed individuals, Bond University is designed Transformer funding for the brightest candidates from all around the world.
The program is open for those students, who want to undertake undergraduate or postgraduate degree coursework at the university.
As a leading independent university, Bond University has primarily been a teaching-focused higher education institution. It is the first private non-profit university of Australia. It was awarded more 5-star ratings in the student experience category.
While studying at this university, candidates can get an outstanding student experience and instilling within our graduates the qualities that will make them leaders in their field. It gives students training and development opportunities to help their skills.
- Bachelor degree program.
- Masters degree program.
Field of Study:
Bachelor or masters degree in any subject taught in the university.
All claimants need to provide formal documentary evidence of English language proficiency per the stated requirements.
Students from any nationality are acceptable.
The applicant must have to start their Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree study at Bond University in the following year, January semester. They must have strong leadership skills, community involvement and demonstrated potential to affect change, extensive involvement in extracurricular activities.
Applying procedure Instructions:
- To take part in this program, applicants are recommended to take admission in an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at the university. After taking confirmation, students can submit the award application form.
- Attach the school reference, evidence of your leadership, initiative, and service to your school or community, including 2 references, a personal statement outlining why you have applied for this studentship.
- For being admitted, seekers are required to hold the certificates of previous degree qualification with good academic grades.
- All claimants need to provide formal documentary evidence of English language proficiency per the stated requirements.
September 6, 2019.