Supporting Documents Required
You can upload transcripts (which are considered unofficial), but it’s better to order official (sealed) transcripts and have them mailed to our office in California (address below). It's also OK if you receive them (and keep them sealed) and then forward to us. For college transcripts, we also need the transcript grading scale. This is usually printed on the reverse side of official transcripts (so if they are mailed to us, we will have everything we need). If you provide unofficial transcripts, you may need to find your schools grading scale online or elsewhere and provide it to us.
For undergraduate transfer and graduate applicants, we require all transcripts from all colleges/universities you attended.
Bond University Admissions
7111 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood CA 90046
2) Passport (or proof of citizenship)
Please copy the inside cover of your Passport (see below) and attach it to your application or email it or fax it to our North American office. If you don't have a Passport right now, please provide us with a copy of your birth certificate. But we will also need a copy of your Passport before you can commence studies at Bond (for immigration purposes).
USA High School Students/Graduates
If you are a high school senior or recent graduate, we require an SAT or ACT score. IB students are not required to provide an SAT or ACT score.
Go to CollegeBoard.org and submit your score to Bond using our school code of 5345.
Go to ACTstudent.org and submit your score to Bond using our school code of 5370.
If you have already started college and have completed at least 2 semesters, we do not need your SAT or ACT scores at all. Your college transcripts are all we need.
Law Applicants (LLB and JD)
Master of Psychology Applicants
Assessment of your Bachelors Degree
To qualify for admission to the Masters program, you must have a bachelors degree in psychology that is equal to an Australian honors degree in psychology (ie. must have included a substantial research component such as a thesis). Most Bachelors degrees from the USA and Canada do not meet this requirement and therefore requires you to first complete our 8 month bridging program (Psychology Honours program).
Regardless of your pathway to the Masters (Honours program or direct to Masters), you first need to contact the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and have them assess your Undergraduate degree. There is a fee for this (AUD$760). If the APS gives you the thumbs up, Bond will consider you for entry to the Masters program. If the APS gives you the thumbs down (ie. not equivalent to an Honours level degree), you will need to complete an 8 month bridging program (eg. Psychology Honours program or Graduate Diploma of Psychology) at Bond that will then qualify you to gain entry to the Masters program.
If you need to complete the 8 month bridging program (eg. Honors), you will need to start this in May one year prior to the Masters program start the following May. This will mean a 4 month gap between the bridging program ending and the Masters program starting which is needed to obtain provisional registration as a psychologist. This takes 6 weeks and is required before you can be accepted to the Masters program.
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Applicants
DPT applications for May 2019 (the next available intake) will open on June 1, 2018 and close on August 3, 2018. For more information about the application requirements, please complete the Request Information Form.
Doctor of Physiotherapy (DPT) applicants are required to provide the syllabi (complete class outlines) for the following pre-requisite classes completed and appearing on your transcript:
* Completing Anatomy & Physiology I and Anatomy & Physiology II satisfies the requirements for 2 semesters of Anatomy and 2 semesters of Physiology.
You should also upload or email us:
1) A Resume
2) Reference Letters. Anything from the health care sector (eg. clinic hours) will strengthen your application.
Applicants Who Have Not Attended Any School for the Past Two Years