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The Learning Adventure of a Lifetime

Fees .. 2013 - listed below

The Bond Univesity fee year runs January to December. Don't forget to review the financial aid information - FAFSA and Veteran's Affairs funding is accepted at Bond.

Exchange Rate Conversion

All figures below are in Australian dollars. To determine the USA or Canadian dollar (or other) equivalent, please multiply the amounts below by the current exchange rate of your country. See Exchange Rates. Use the figures in the left column on the exchange rate chart. For example, if the US dollar exchange rate is 0.95, then simply multiply the Australian dollar amounts below by 0.95 and that will tell you the equivalent in US dollars.

Student Visa Fee

The current student visa to enter Australia as a student is A$565. This fee is set by the Australian Government and is reviewed each July.

Undergraduate Tuition Fees - 2013

Please refer to the Fee Schedule for complete fee details.

Tuition per semester
Tuition per year (3 semesters)
Tuition for Bachelors Degree (6 semesters)
Tuition for Bachelor of Laws (8 semesters)


Graduate Tuition Fees - 2013

Please refer to the Fee Schedule for fee details.

Masters Programs (1 Year = 3 semesters) $35,592 - $45,840 depending on program.

Masters Program + professional semester from $51,649

Law - Juris Doctor (2 years = 6 semesters) $92,784


Study Abroad Fees - 2013

Semester abroad program * 15 weeks

A $10,675

The study abroad fee includes tuition (Aust$10,368), all taxes, compulsory Australian Health Insurance (Aust$216) and the Student Activities Fee (Aust$91.00).

.Campus Housing Fees - 2013

Accommodation - New Students 15 weeks Type Per Semester
Residence Block (Shared Facilities) Single A$2,550
Residence Block - (Flat) Single A$2,925
Tower (en-suite bath) Single A$3,375
Tower (en-suite bath) Twin A$1,950
Premium Twin (en-suite bath) Twin A$2,775
Varsity Towers (self contained apartments)   see website
- not all types may be available due to high demand
Meal Plan - 15 weeks
Bond Card (balance reducing) students are able to use the card at a variety of dining options on campus. The credit can be used as often as you like.
Bond Card (balance reducing) A$1,800
Minimum reload A$110
Off Campus student Bond meal card A$110 per week

The dining plan is a completely flexible plan that allows you to purchase meals at any time at the main dining places on campus (the Brasserie Food Court, Bond Cafe, Dons Tavern and the University Club). Your Student ID card will be your payment card and any spending will be deducted from your dining plan balance. When you get low on funds, you can easily top it up. Please note; Any unused balance at the end of the semester will NOT be refunded.


Room Bond

A room bond may be required to firstly hold your room for your arrival and then secondly while in residence to cover any damage and repairs that may arise or unpaid accounts. It is currently $600.

Residence options listed above can be viewed in more detail in the About Bond | Lifestyle channel.

About Bond | Lifestyle channel.




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