Bond University

Introduction

RIGHT NOW, this moment, the world is changing. Big changes, small changes, climate changes, gear changes… The future belongs to those that are making history now, the quick thinkers acting on their feet now, and the innovators blazing new trails now. With so much happening in the world, why wouldn’t you learn from right now?

The way we learn at Bond University means you’ll never be left behind. You’ll experience things at Bond that will push you forward. At Bond University, you will learn how to learn in the now. We are challenging, volunteering, practicing and collaborating. RIGHT NOW, you could learn from everyone and everything from a university that values now.

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.

Why Bond?

Because we do things differently.
From a student perspective, Bond University stands alone. The reason why? Well, actually there are three of them, all which add up to a far better university experience and outcome for you - regardless of which field of study you choose.
  1. FINISH YOUR DEGREE SOONER
    At Bond, you won’t be losing time with long breaks between semesters. We run three full semesters a year, with intakes in January, May and September. This means for certain programs you can complete 12-subject master’s in just a year. It also means you don’t have to wait until next February or July to get started on your degree. If you’re ready to get your future underway, our next intake is just around the corner.
  2. 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 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.
  3. GRADUATE BETTER PREPARED
    At Bond, we believe education goes beyond the classroom. Part of our unique approach is to help you develop a strong foundation of leadership attributes that will prepare you for success and rapid career progression. 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.
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Master

Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice

Campus Full time 108 weeks January 2017 Australia Robina

The Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice is an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Level 9 Masters Degree (Extended) dietetics program. It places a distinct emphasis on developing evidence-based practitioners with extensive participation in dietetics practice in various contexts both locally and abroad, as well as possessing research experience. [+]

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS The minimum academic requirement is an undergraduate degree in health science or other related degree with at least two biochemistry subjects at second year level where first year chemistry is a prerequisite of these subjects and two physiology subjects also at second year level. Eligible undergraduate programs at Bond University: Bachelor of Biomedical Science Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice is an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Level 9 Masters Degree (Extended) dietetics program. It places a distinct emphasis on developing evidence-based practitioners with extensive participation in dietetics practice in various contexts both locally and abroad, as well as possessing research experience. You will have the opportunity to develop specialist skills related to the practice of nutrition and dietetics through extensive professional practice placements. A unique feature of this program is the completion of an international placement. This experience develops your skills in international nutrition and dietetic practice, including the development of cultural competency. You will gain a global perspective of the effects of different cultural, political, economic and physical environments on nutrition and dietetic issues which you can integrate into your professional practice. You will also engage in projects and opportunities that focus on the entrepreneurial practice of nutrition and dietetics to develop leadership, management, media and marketing skills. PROGRAM STRUCTURE You must complete all of the following subjects: Semester 1 Nutrition and Food Science Nutrition Assessment and Diagnosis Nutrition Communication and Behaviour Nutrition Issues and Priorities Semester 2 Clinical Dietetics A Food Service Dietetics Nutrition and Chronic Disease Management Public Health Nutrition Practice Semester 3 Clinical Dietetics B Evidence-Based Practice for Health Professionals Professional Placement Internship – Community and Public Health Nutrition Professional Placement Internship – Individual Case Management A Semester 4 Health Research Design and Planning Professional Placement Internship – Food Service Management Professional Placement Internship – Individual Case Management B Sports Nutrition Semester 5 Management and Leadership for Nutrition Professionals Nutrition Research Internship A* Semester 6 Nutrition Research Internship B* International Nutrition Practice PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES The Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice program has been designed to produce nutrition professionals who are equipped with a unique set of knowledge, skills and experience in research and practice. Graduates of the program will be able to apply their skills and experience across a range of areas including clinical dietetics, private practice, food service management, public health nutrition, corporate health and wellness programs, sports nutrition, the food industry, nutrition in child care centres, schools and aged care facilities, as well as research. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION The University has commenced the accreditation process with the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA), including submission of an accreditation review report to DAA. Full details of the stages in the DAA accreditation process are available at www.daa.asn.au. Universities and recognition of qualifications Accreditation of dietetic programs Manual for accreditation of dietetic programs. All enquiries regarding the progress of the program’s accreditation review should be directed to the University’s Dietetic Program Coordinator. *30 credit point subject. [-]

Master of Sports Science

Campus Full time 72 weeks January 2017 Australia Robina

The Bond University Master of Sports Science is designed to produce high quality graduates who possess an excellent understanding of advanced sports science practice. The program provides you with advanced studies in biomechanics, physiology, sport psychology and the principles of high performance sciences that incorporate programming, athlete monitoring and emerging technology in sports. [+]

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science degree or equivalent degree from a recognised institution that satisfies the following minimum academic entry criteria:Two semesters of Human AnatomyTwo semesters of Human PhysiologyTwo semesters of BiomechanicsOne semester of Research Design / StatisticsOne semester of Physiology of ExerciseOne semester of Exercise PrescriptionOne semester of clinical exercise testingTranscripts of completion of primary degree and specific subject outlines need to be supplied with applications. Successful performance at a selection interview. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Bond University Master of Sports Science is designed to produce high quality graduates who possess an excellent understanding of advanced sports science practice. The program provides you with advanced studies in biomechanics, physiology, sport psychology and the principles of high performance sciences that incorporate programming, athlete monitoring and emerging technology in sports. The Master of Sports Science consists of a specialised coursework, integrated research and professional placement model designed in accordance with existing Sports Science professional accreditation requirements with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA). A unique feature of this program is the opportunity to gain comprehensive professional experience through the completion of a 2-semester internship with a sports organisation relevant to the research project to be undertaken. The program will culminate with the submission of a peer-reviewed manuscript that may be eligible for publication, providing an additional pathway for you to progress to further postgraduate research. Benefit from the real world experience of Bond’s specialist sports scientists, whose academic qualifications are complemented by their ongoing research with major sporting bodies including the Australian Institute of Sport. PROGRAM STRUCTURE Semester 1 (Starts May) Communication, Leadership & Negotiation in Sport Performance Analysis in Sport Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Principles and Practice Research Design for Sports Science Semester 2 Athlete Preparation Principles and Practice Managing Athlete and Team Dynamics Advances in Sports Science Research Analysis for Sports Science Semester 3 Sports Science Professional Placement 1 Sports Science Research Project 1 Semester 4 Sports Science Professional Placement 2 Sports Science Research Project 2 PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES The Master of Sports Science will enable you to apply knowledge and practical experience in the areas of biomedical science, physiology, biomechanics, nutrition, psychology and performance analysis to pursue a career in sports science across all levels of national and international sport. Possible career opportunities include, but are not limited to: Sports scientist / strength and conditioning specialist positions in professional sport, working with teams or individual athletes Sports scientist / strength and conditioning specialist positions in national and international sporting organisations Development officer for professional sporting and health orientated organisations Corporate and community health and fitness consultant Health promotion / lifestyle consultant Athletic / sports program coordinator Successful graduates may be eligible to progress to further post graduate research, such as a Master of Science by Research or PhD level. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION The Master of Sports Science has been developed to meet the requisite coursework and practical experience to apply for accreditation as a Sports Scientist with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA). Please contact Exercise and Sports Science Australia for conditions for accreditation: www.essa.org.au. [-]

PhD

Doctor of Physiotherapy

Campus Full time 108 weeks January 2017 Australia Robina

The Doctor of Physiotherapy offers an innovative problem based learning model of physiotherapy education to prepare entry level physiotherapists for their roles and responsibilities as first contact practitioners. [+]

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science degree from Bond University, or equivalent degree from a recognised institution with a cumulative GPA 2/4 or 5/7 or better. Evidence of the following tertiary subject prerequisites: Two semesters of Human Anatomy Two semesters of Human Physiology One semester of Biomechanics One semester of Research Design / Statistics One semester of Physiology of Exercise One semester of Exercise Prescription For more information please go to bond.edu.au/doctor-physiotherapy-prerequisites Successful performance at a selection interview. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Doctor of Physiotherapy offers an innovative problem based learning model of physiotherapy education to prepare entry level physiotherapists for their roles and responsibilities as first contact practitioners. The program integrates the clinical, pathological and related sciences with the physiotherapy knowledge, skills and professional behaviours and attitudes required to examine, diagnose and treat physiotherapy clients. The Doctor of Physiotherapy assists you to progressively develop and apply your knowledge, skills and professional attitudes and behaviour for physiotherapy practice and places a strong emphasis on clinical experiential learning with 50 per cent of the program undertaken in a clinical context. The first 30 weeks of clinical practice addresses five core areas in both hospital and community settings and one elective. Variable experiences across the lifespan are sought in the clinical areas of: Orthopaedics Cardio-respiratory practice; Out-patient musculo-skeletal practice (hospital or private practice settings); Neurological and ortho-geriatric rehabilitation (hospital and community settings); Chronic Disease and Disability, whether paediatric or adult in context Paediatrics or women’s / men’s health, or private / sports practice PROGRAM STRUCTURE Semester 1 Principles of Physiotherapy Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy I Semester 2 Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Clinical Practice I Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy Clinical Practice I Semester 3 Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy II Neurological Physiotherapy Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Clinical Practice II Neurological Physiotherapy Clinical Practice Semester 4 Physiotherapy for Chronic Disease and Disability Physiotherapy Leadership, Management and Advocacy Chronic Disease and Disability Clinical Practice Semester 5 Diversity and Life Stage Clinical Practice Evidence-Based Practice Project I Maximising Human Potential Semester 6 Clinical Internship Evidence-Based Practice Project II The Well-Rounded Physiotherapist WORK EXPERIENCE AND INTERNSHIPS The first 30 weeks of clinical experience take place in hospital and community settings working within the clinical areas outlined above. You will also complete a clinical internship (12 weeks) with an embedded research project in your final semester. This final placement is designed to ensure graduates are ideally prepared for entering the workforce. PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES The Doctor of Physiotherapy produces work-ready graduates equipped with the knowledge, skills and professional attributes and behaviours to be eligible for registration as a physiotherapist in Australia. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION The Doctor of Physiotherapy program has been accredited as an entry-level program by the Australian Physiotherapy Council and is listed as an approved program of study by the Physiotherapy Board of Australia. [-]

M.D.

Medical Program

Campus Full time 252 weeks January 2017 Australia Robina

The Medical Program^ is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge, skills and attributes that a doctor requires to safely and effectively practise medicine in today’s complex healthcare environment. [+]

This program is currently only open to Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents, holders of an Australian Humanitarian visa and New Zealand citizens (but not New Zealand permanent residents).ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS The Medical Program^ is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program^ will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5. The Medical Program^ commences with the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) which is an undergraduate program and so is open to Year 12 school leavers. The BMedSt is also open to students who have completed an undergraduate program. Enrolments in the program are strictly limited to ensure small class sizes and sufficient clinical placements. As such, entry is extremely competitive. Postgraduate applicants will be evaluated based on the following criteria: GPA from a previous university degree completed within the last nine years which must include Year 12 English and Chemistry OR Maths B OR Physics OR an equivalent. Applicants who do not meet these requirements must complete an approved bridging course before their application can be considered. Structured interview ranking. For full entry requirements visit bond.edu.au/medicine. Applicants are selected through a rigorous assessment process based on outstanding academic achievement, in combination with a demonstrated ability to achieve graduate outcomes of knowledge and critical thinking, leadership, initiative and teamwork, communication skills, responsibility, ethical decision-making skills, motivation and non-verbal reasoning. Short-listed applicants will be required to attend an interview in person at Bond University, where their general suitability to medicine and preparedness to undertake a highly demanding course will be examined. Applicants will be interviewed by individuals from medical and non-medical backgrounds who are trained in entry-style medicine interviews.APPLICATION PROCESS Applications must be lodged through QTAC (www.qtac.edu.au) and should include all required documentation, providing evidence of your Year 12 subject results in English and Chemistry OR Maths B OR Physics OR an equivalent. Bond University will determine your eligibility based on an assessment of academic performance. Bond University will invite short-listed applicants to attend an on-campus interview. DESCRIPTION The Medical Program^ is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program^ will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD to be eligible for registration as a medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5. The Medical Program^ is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge, skills and attributes that a doctor requires to safely and effectively practise medicine in today’s complex healthcare environment. The Medical Program^ is distinguished by its strong educational focus on case-based learning, evidence based medicine and integrated clinical practice. Due to small class sizes, students learn in a highly personalised environment with state-of-the-art equipment. Students benefit from a variety of teaching and learning systems, including case-based small group tutorials, problem-based learning, practical classes, clinical skills and laboratory training, self-directed learning, web-based and e-learning, interactive seminars and lectures. This contemporary approach to medical education ensures that learning relates directly to patient care and prepares graduates to assume a high level of responsibility. The Medical Program^ is comprised of 14 semesters total over the two sequential degrees, or equivalent to 7 standard academic years in duration. However, with Bond’s three semesters-per-year timetable and intensive clinical training periods, the Medical Program^ is completed in just 4 years and 8 months, with graduates then eligible to apply for hospital internships.PROGRAM STRUCTURE*BACHELOR 0F MEDICAL STUDIESYEARS 1 – 3 “THE PRE-CLINICAL YEARS” In the first two years (5 semesters) in the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) learning and teaching occurs mainly in small group sessions comprised of interactive cases through problem-based learning, as well as clinical skills laboratories, simulation activities, community and clinical placements and a cultural immersion experience.The program extensively uses a problem-based learning (PBL) approach, where each week introduces a clinical case around which the learning is integrated. In the third year, students are located at the University Clinical Education and Research Centre at Robina Hospital. This enables students to have a full additional year immersed in the clinical environment and acts as an excellent transition from the campus based learning to the full immersion in the workplace in the MD component of the Medical Program^. Year 1 2 semesters Year 1 commences with the molecular and cellular foundations of life and then guides learning through the first cycle of the body systems, arranged in generations. This cycle focuses on: Introducing the structure and function of discrete organs Psychological basis of normal human behaviour Sociological basis of the behaviours of populations The foundations of an effective practitioner are explored through an introduction to conducting effective observations of people both healthy and ill. This involves the beginning of the development of the understanding of and the skills involved in effective interpersonal communication, group work and collaborative learning. Collectively, integrated learning opportunities provide the foundations of: Awareness of the roles of the doctor and healthcare system The impact of illness on the patient, their family and society The ethical basis of patient-centred health care Year 1 also includes an Indigenous focus, with a cultural immersion experience occurring in Semester 2 as part of Bond’s innovative Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health curriculum.Year 2 3 semesters Year 2 is framed around a second cycle through the body systems and focuses on: Relationships between structure and function, building complexity into an integrative systems focus Mechanisms of disease and infectious organisms Normal compensatory mechanisms for restoring normal function Knowledge of psychosocial frameworks is deepened and broadened to explore the varied responses of individuals, groups, populations and cultures to disease as well as the exploration of psychosocial factors that contribute to disease and impact on patient healthcare, highlighting the complexities of health inequities. The foundation knowledge and skills of a competent practitioner continue with a focus on history taking and physical examination of discrete systems. The ethical complexities of health care are then further explored inclusive of the legal framework for provision of health care and placements in health care settings will provide the context for introducing healthcare systems.Year 3 3 semesters In Year 3, the format of learning changes from facilitator guided, problem-based learning to clinician lead, case-based learning. Bond has developed the Bond Virtual Hospital © which is a virtual clinical learning environment where students work in small groups to diagnose and manage a range of clinical cases. At both the University campus and the Clinical Education and Research Centre, Bond has an accredited, advanced simulation facility that provides an authentic context to the procedural and clinical skills that students acquire in preparation for their clinical work in the final two years of the program. Over the course of the year, students complete clinical rotations which mirror where they will be placed in the final two years of the curriculum. The rotations include General Practice, Medicine, Surgery, Mental Health, Child Health, Women’s Health, Emergency and Critical Care. Students are also exposed to the clinical sciences of pathology and pharmacology and learn the principles of medical imaging. The Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice is the leading research centre at Bond University. Research activity is focused on understanding the gaps between research evidence and its application to practice. In Year 3, students will have the opportunity to complete a course through this centre. They will learn from academics of international standing, and gain first-class skills in assessing evidence in medical practice. In addition, students complete research modules and written assessments that provide them with the foundation skills they need to complete their project requirements for the MD. Please be aware that due to placement opportunities, the length of semesters may vary compared to the standard Bond academic calendar.OUTCOMES Completion of Years 1 – 3 fulfils the requirements of the Bachelor of Medical Studies and enables students to transition into the Doctor of Medicine, which comprises the final two years of the Medical Program^.DOCTOR OF MEDICINE YEARS 4 – 5 “THE CLINICAL YEARS” The Doctor of Medicine (MD) component is an Extended Masters level program and is undertaken through clinical rotations in hospital and community healthcare settings, as well as face-to face teaching at timetabled education sessions. During this time, students undertake a research or professional project, or a capstone experience and prepare a portfolio of their work. Year 4 3 semesters Year 4 includes rotations through the following clinical disciplines: Child Health Medicine Mental Health Surgery Women’s Health In Training Assessment (ITA) is conducted throughout the year as well as end of year Written Assessment and Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs). Students also collect the outcomes of their work in a portfolio. Students will also plan their MD project, which will be undertaken in Year 5. The project involves a program of structured learning with independent or group research and practice based learning. Students will be able to select one of three options: A research-based project A capstone experience A professionally focused project. Please be aware that due to placement opportunities, the length of semesters may vary compared to the standard Bond academic calendar. Year 5 3 semesters Year 5 includes rotations through the following clinical disciplines: Emergency Medicine General Practice Critical Care / Anaesthetics / Orthopaedics Selective (Students have the opportunity to select an area of sub-specialty interest) Elective / pre-internship rotation (Students have another opportunity to undertake further clinical placements either in Australia or overseas, which can be their final capstone experience). In Training Assessment (ITA) is conducted throughout the year as well as end-of-year Written Assessment and Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs). Students also submit their final portfolio at the end-of-year for points accrual. Students will also complete their MD project during their elective or selective, which is either a research or professional project, or a capstone experience. The project will culminate in the submission of a final report and presentation at the end-of-year conference. Please be aware that due to placement opportunities, the length of semesters may vary compared to the standard Bond academic calendar.PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES Graduates of the sequential degrees (BMedSt and MD) will have the appropriate knowledge, attitudes and skills to function effectively as interns in Australian hospitals and will be ideally positioned to undergo further training in any of the Australasian specialty colleges. Our previous Medical graduates have secured internships in hospitals across Australia and New Zealand.PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION The Bond Medical Program^ (Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine) is accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) ensuring that it meets or exceeds the agreed national guidelines for medical education. Upon successful completion of the two sequential degrees in the Medical Program^, graduates are eligible for registration as a medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand.BOND UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE PATHWAY Students eligible to graduate from the Bond University Bachelor of Biomedical Science in the Pre-Health Professional major meeting the minimum required GPA will be eligible to be considered for selection to enter Year 2 of the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) component of the Medical Program^. The selection process will be based on GPA, performance on GAMSAT and an interview with offers made once results and final GPA become available. Up to 5 places in Year 2 will be reserved for the Bond Biomedical Science (Pre-Health Professional major) graduates. Please note current Medical Program^ requirements still apply.^The Medical Program is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program^ will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD to be eligible for registration as a Medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5. [-]

MSc

Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences)

Campus Full time 104 weeks January 2017 Australia Robina

The Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences) enables you to undertake supervised research studies in one or more of the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine’s research areas and groups. It is an internationally recognised research degree and is a pathway to PhD studies. [+]

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a relevant undergraduate degree with honours in a relevant discipline, with evidence of the ability to conduct supervised research, or a qualification or combination of qualifications deemed to be equivalent by the Faculty Research Committee. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences) enables you to undertake supervised research studies in one or more of the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine’s research areas and groups. It is an internationally recognised research degree and is a pathway to PhD studies. Potential areas for research opportunity include: Anatomy Evidence-Based Practice Nutrition & Dietetics Genetics Health Professions Education Immunology Indigenous Health Medical Ethics Medical Research Neuroscience Physiology / Pharmacology Physiotherapy Public Health Sports and Exercise Science Sports Management Stem Cells Urology Bond University research students have access to the specialist expertise of our internationally published academics as well as state-of-the-art facilities. INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Before seeking to apply, prospective Masters by Research and PhD students must seek contact with a potential supervisor. Applications will only be considered for enrolment where a supervisor is available. The proposed research must fit within the Faculty’s strategic research plan and within an area of Faculty expertise. Once a potential supervisor has been sourced, the following information is required in order for applications to be assessed: A detailed thesis proposal. University academic transcripts for all studies to date (undergraduate and postgraduate). If not already in English, these documents must be translated and certified by the translating body. University grading scale if applicable – the grading scale may be found on the reverse of the university academic transcript. A Certificate of Completion (Degree/Diploma) is required if the transcript does not indicate that the degree has been awarded/conferred. Both certified translated and untranslated copies of both transcripts and Certificate of Completion should be provided. A resume detailing previous work and study history. Two written references which should cover the candidate’s abilities, key personal attributes and capabilities (a minimum of one external reference excluding Bond University will be required). International students previously instructed in a language other than English are required to provide certified translated and untranslated copies of both transcripts and Certificate of Completion. Applicants whose previous study was not completed in one of the countries listed where English is considered a first language, must provide documented evidence of the required level of proficiency in the English language. A budget proposal for all research supplies. A budget template is available by emailing hsmresearch@bond.edu.au. PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES The Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences) provides you with research expertise for careers in the university, industry or research sectors. Graduates may also wish to continue their studies with a Doctor of Philosophy program. [-]

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Address Robina 4226, Australia
Website http://www.bond.edu.au/
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