Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science

Bond University

The Bond University Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science equips you with comprehensive knowledge and applied skills in health, fitness and sport performance. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the basic and applied sciences as they apply to personal and community healthand fitness, and sport performance at all levels.

At a Glance

Course level Undergraduate
CRICOS Code 080641D
Institution Name Bond University
Campus Location On Campus
Institution Type University
Course Duration 6 semesters (2 years)
Course University Bond University

About Bond University

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.


  • Strategic Plan
    The 2018-2022 Bond University Strategic Plan provides a map to guide our collective action and signal our priorities for new investment. It is a plan that builds upon our existing strengths without diminishing our commitment to the mission that has underpinned our success to date, and ensures that we will continue to push out the boundaries of university education.The preamble to this plan recognises the distinctive characteristics that define the Bond Difference – our commitment to teaching excellence, the deep engagement between our academics and their students, the spirit of entrepreneurialism, the importance of applied professional skills, and the personal and transformative development of Bond people. It also explores the complex and dynamic context in which we operate and to which we must respond.
  • Bond University History
    On May 15, 1989, Bond University welcomed its first cohort of 322 students at its brand new, state-of-the-art campus on Queensland’s Gold Coast.Bond University is modelled on the traditions of the world’s most elite educational institutions. The vision for Australia’s first private, not-for-profit university, was to provide an exclusive educational experience consisting of the highest international standards, under the tutelage of the country’s leading academics.When those foundation students graduated as ‘Class of 89’, they were quickly recruited by some of Australia’s largest corporations. Their subsequent achievements in the workplace firmly established the Bond reputation for excellence.Over 28 years of challenges and changes, Bond has adapted to the needs of the workplace. Working and liaising with key employers in all fields allows Bond to develop programs that reflect the current technological, theoretical and psychological practicalities of the corporate environment.Through the identification of emerging areas of skills shortage, the curriculum has expanded. It now includes new and in-demand disciplines such as medicine, architecture, health sciences and more.Our students have achieved on the global stage, successfully challenging the most prestigious institutions from the USA, UK, Europe and Asia, in high profile international competitions. Now firmly established as one of Australia’s leading universities, Bond has achieved far beyond all expectations, meeting every challenge with the unbridled spirit of determination and innovation that equally exemplifies its graduates.
  • Bond University Architecture
    Arata Isozaki, a Japanese architect of international repute, designed the Arch building which houses the Library and the Faculty of Society and Design in two wings. The West and East Wings are linked by a two storey arch, housing academic and administration offices. The building looks out onto Lake Orr, a man-made lake.Local Helidon sandstone cladding, quarried east of Toowoomba covers the arch. This was chosen to create a look of beauty and permanence with its distinctive contours, colours and lifespan. Approximately 10,000 square metres of quarry tiles are used for walkways on campus together with 10,000 square metres of paving stones from Victoria for internal roadways.The University bell tower commands the Northern corner of the Business Faculty building. At the top of the tower are nine brass bells, cast at the Royal Eijsbouts Foundry in Holland in 1989. The bells are a slightly different shape from traditional bells, which gives them the ability to play tunes in a major rather than a minor key. These are the first bells of this type to be hung in Australia.These bells are linked to an electronic system which allows staff to program them to play different tunes at pre-arranged times each day.The Business Faculty building has four levels and is across the piazza from the Law Faculty building which is a mirror image. In place of the bells is a clock, which sets off bell ringing at certain times of the day.A main focal point of the campus is the distinctively shaped lake which provides spectacular reflections by day and night and has an amphitheatre for outdoor concerts and other activities. A series of steps provides seating while the lawns provide a green belt where students can socialise.

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