Bond University

Bond offers a number of scholarships, valued up to 100% of tuition fees for any single undergraduate degree or diploma program, to Australia's Indigenous students who have demonstrated extracurricular involvement, leadership potential and academic achievements.

Bond University has opened its new Indigenous student support service, Nyombil Centre, following a 64 per cent increase in Indigenous enrolments in just three years. In 2015, there were 55 Indigenous students enrolled at Bond, with 48 per cent of those on scholarships. Nyombil Centre manager Jason Murray said the new facility would cater to the ongoing growth of Indigenous student enrolments and support the University's Indigenous community.

The Centre will be open to Indigenous students 24/7, providing community and academic support, including one-on-one tutoring, two dedicated tutorial and group study rooms, state-of-the-art computers, printers and a kitchen. Bond University Pro-Vice Chancellor student and academic support, Alan Finch, said Bond was committed to providing ongoing opportunities and support for young Indigenous students to pursue a tertiary education.

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