Sept. 12, 2018

Bond is one of the world’s best small universities according to prestigious rankings

Bond University in Queensland, Australia has been named as one of the best small universities in the world in the latest Times Higher Education rankings.

These annual rankings see Bond University move up three positions into 17th place, it is also the only institution on the list from the Southern Hemisphere.

Speaking about this achievement, Vice Chancellor and President of Bond University, Professor Tim Brailsford, says, “It is pleasing to be globally recognised for the University's collective achievements. Moreover the news re-affirms our global standing and increasing reputation among the world's elite universities. This particular ranking is noteworthy because it compares like with like. Bond retains a commitment to be distinctive and our small size is an advantage to our students as evidenced by our consistent superior rating of student satisfaction and quality student experience."

Bond University has a reputation for delivering personalised learning as well as forging close relationships between students and their teachers, and these qualities have contributed to its rankings success as well as its student satisfaction ratings.

Professor Brailsford further comments, “To make this Top 20 list in the world two years running is no mean feat. The result is evidence that we are on the right track in terms of our focus on students, the quality of teaching, and their outcomes.”

To be eligible for these Times Higher Education rankings, universities must appear in Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings 2018, teach more than four subjects, and have fewer than 5,000 students.

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Content added on 12th September 2018. 

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