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    Bond university through my eyes

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    6.7 /10

    I've always tried to get my MBA from an international institution. As a result, one of my father's friends informed him about the institution, and we conducted more analysis. Then I went to the university's official website and applied. I applied to two more colleges and was accepted to both, but I ultimately preferred this one. I applied through application form and no fee was taken from me.

    Course Curriculum :

    My course gives students the skills and expertise they need to understand, handle, and develop financial, industry, and leadership careers in executive management and entrepreneurship. The curriculum gives business and leadership practitioners the skills they need to cultivate the awareness, behaviors, and skill sets they need to succeed professionally, ethically, and creatively in the workplace.

    Exams :

    I took the GMAT test, which is required for all international business schools. I got about 705 points. In addition, I took the TOEFL exam, which is a required English proficiency examination for entry to the university My TOEFL ranking was 89 out of 100.

    Placement :

    Our college offers excellent opportunities for its students by assisting them in obtaining successful jobs in reputable industries both in the Australia and abroad. Almost all of my friends got placed in companies like Bosch, Whirlpool, Sony with the pay scale of $70,000.

    Events :

    Every year, our college hosts a student appreciation day, an alumni meet in which alumni are welcomed to the college, and a trade fair in which businessmen from all around the world are invited and students engage with them in order to benefit from them.

    Faculty :

    My class had a total of 15 students, which was a plus point for the professor. He gives each student his undivided attention. Faculty members are deliberately chosen and reviewed on a regular basis. Many of the professors have important and substantial teaching experience. They place a high value on student achievement.

    Hostel :

    I shared an apartment with three Indian colleagues, and each of us were paying $5000 as rent. It was just a few minutes' walk from the campus. Plus my apartment was also very well furnished and had all the amenities.


    6.7 out of 10
    8.0/10Academic
    8.0/10Accommodation
    7.0/10Faculty
    9.0/10Infrastructure
    8.0/10Social Life

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