Study Abroad in the Gold Coast, Australia

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Study Abroad in the Gold Coast: Living Abroad

Housing and Meals


Student Residence

  • On-campus student residence
  • Air-conditioned, double en-suite rooms
  • Laundry and weekly cleaning included
  • Meet Australian and international students


  • Meal allowance worth $2,000 AUD to subsidize the cost of purchasing meals at the university food outlets

Internet access is included in all AIFS housing at Bond University

Transportation Subsidy

AIFS students receive a transportation pass loaded with $100 AUD credit for use on the excellent public transportation system of buses, light rail and trains. The transportation pass can be “topped up” with further funds during the semester if required.


Two libraries, computer labs, moot court rooms, bookshop, medical clinic and counseling services, student learning support, LGBTQ+ services and support.

Bond Sport

Students have access to the Bond University Sports Centre which includes Australia’s largest university gym, group exercise classes, sports fields and two outdoor Olympic sized swimming pools. There are also 20 sporting clubs including athletics, basketball, cricket, golf, rugby, soccer and swimming.

Cultural Activities

A cultural calendar of activities and social events is included in your program fee. These activities will include both typical tourist sites and attractions and lesser known visits which take advantage of the expert knowledge of our local AIFS staff and give you a more authentic and insightful view of Australian life. Typical activities and visits include:

  • Surf Lessons
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Food and wine tours
  • Rainforest tour
  • Australian Rules Football game
  • All students receive a Student Activities Membership (SAM) covering clubs, societies and sports facilities


Volunteer and community projects are facilitated by Bond’s on-campus clubs and societies such as the Student Philanthropy Council and the Bond University United Nations Students Association. They are also facilitated by Bond Indigenous Awareness Society, as well as the individual academic faculties.


All students at Bond University have access to the Transformer Entrepreneurship Program which is based in a dedicated co-working hub where students can collaborate on a project from idea to delivery.


The Australian government requires foreign students to pay for mandatory health coverage (Overseas Student Health Charge). Included in the AIFS program fee, this is paid directly to the provider by Bond University.

AIFS in the Gold Coast On-Campus Assisance, Academic Year and Semester Programs

A dedicated AIFS Resident Director will be on-site throughout your program providing guidance, support and information on all aspects of the program. Details coming soon.

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Download PDF with full program details on all AIFS Australia, the Gold Coast programs!