Awards & Accolades
#1 Rated University in Australia
Bond University is the highest rated university in Australia after earning the most five-star ratings of any Australian university in the 2020 Good Universities Guide. Bond University has maintained this status since 2006 (14 years).
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Bond has received the maximum five-star rating in 10 categories:
BuzzFeed Names Bond as the Best Place in the World to Study Abroad.
#1 For Student Experience (Government Ranking)
Bond University is rated #1 in Australia by the Australian government Student Experience Survey. Every year, the Australian government surveys undergraduate university students and Bond achieved the highest rating for all six areas of the student experience - #1 Overall Quality of Education, #1 Teaching Quality, #1 Learner Engagement, #1 Learning Resources, #1Student Support.
#1 in Graduate Employer Satisfaction (Government Ranking)
Bond has claimed top position in the Australian government Employer Satisfaction Survey, ranking employers of Bond University graduates the most satisfied in Australia. The Employer Satisfaction Survey is the largest of its kind and reports the views of more than 5,300 employers about the attributes of recent Australian graduates from 42 universities. Employers of graduates were questioned on their recent graduates’ technical skills, work readiness and generic skills.
Bond MBA Students are Repeat World Champions
“The Super Bowl of World Business-Plan Competitions”
The Bond Business Faculty was the most consistent performer in the International Moot Corp MBA Competition held each year in Austin, Texas (this competition ceased in 2005). Teams of MBA students from Bond University competed in this world wide and prestigious competition for thirteen years and handily defeated their counterparts from Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, UCLA and London Business School with wins in 1994, 1996 and 2000. They achieved second place on three occasions and received special awards on four occasions. Bond holds the record for the most wins at this competition.
QS Stars - 5 Star Rating
Bond University was awarded a overall five stars in the 2015 QS Star Ratings. In addition to the overall rating, Bond also received five star ratings in the following categories:
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World's Top 2% of Business Schools
Bond Business School is among less than 2% of the world’s 13,000 business schools to have earned EQUIS accrediation (European Quality Improvement System) and less than 7% of business schools to have earned AACSB accreditation (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
Bond Business School is both AACSB and EQUIS accredited.
Bond Law Students Defeat Yale & York
to Win World Championships
Bond Law defeated the worlds leading law schools to take first place at the prestigious International Criminal Court (ICC) Trial Competition in The Hague (the Netherlands) in both 2009 and 2011. Bond took third place in 2013.
Other Law School Victories
Other Law School Victories — Australia
First Place: LaTrobe Environmental Law Moot - Melbourne, Australia (2012)
Bond Receives 3 Citations for Excellence
from Carrick Institute
Bond University's dedication to quality teaching and learning practices has been recognized by the prestigious Carrick Institute, with two individuals and one team of Bond academics being awarded citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.
The Carrick Citations are part of the Australian Government's expanded program of national awards designed to recognize and reward teaching excellence in the higher education sector.
Bond Students Win the Asia-Pacific Model
United Nations Conference
A team of Bond University students have scooped the pool at the 2012 Asia-Pacific Model United Nations Conference, bringing home a swag of awards, including Best Overall Delegation.
The 19 students won a total of ten awards between them – including two Honourable Mentions, five Diplomacy awards and three Best Delegates. The event was attended by an estimated 700 students, representing over 25 universities, some of which sent teams of up to 60 delegates.
Bond's High Performance Training Center receives the 2017 Strength of America Award.
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition have selected the Bond University High Performance Training Centre as the 2017 Strength of America award recipient. This award recognizes the High Performance Training Centre at Bond as the gold standard in strength and conditioning programs (ie. facilties, staff and educational programming). The High Performance Training Center at Bond is a facility designed for students studying Exercise & Sports Science programs at Bond.