The building surveying profession employs experts who specialise in fields such as building legislation, technical codes and construction standards. Working alongside similar professionals including architects, engineers and project managers, building surveyors’ skills and services are in high demand.
The Master of Building Surveying at Bond University offers you the chance to increase your knowledge in the field of building surveying while studying with world-class academics and experienced practitioners in one of Australia’s most environmentally friendly buildings.
The program comprises four specialist subjects plus four shared core subjects. Completion of a further four postgraduate elective subjects, selected from the pool of postgraduate subjects offered by the Mirvac School of Sustainable Development, allows students to graduate with the Master of Building Surveying degree.
To enrol in your subject it is best to first check what your recommended study program is for your degree. Once you know what you should be enrolled in visit eStudent. eStudent is the online enrolment facility used by Bond University. You can follow the instructions to learn how to get started, select your lectures and tutorial days and times, and then print your class timetable.
New students can enrol now assuming you have accepted your offer and paid your deposit. Students who intend studying full time should attempt to choose a full time enrolment. Students can change their enrolment up to Friday of Week 2.
If you are unsure of the subjects you want to study next semester you should consult your Faculty program advisor.
Students can obtain assistance with enrolment at the Enrolment Hub during Orientation Week or by visiting Student Administration.
If you have any questions regarding the enrolment process please contact Student Administration via email email@example.com or telephone (+61) 7 5595 4049.
Bond University is set on a 49.86 hectare campus at Robina on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Created in the traditions of the world’s leading private universities, a series of grand sandstone faculty buildings line a landscaped promenade leading down to the tranquil man-made lake.
Lecture theatres, case study rooms and tutorial rooms are conveniently located in the University Centre building; several student restaurants, cafes and bars circle the lake; and on-campus accommodation is within easy walking distance of all university faculties.
The study facilities here are world-class, incorporating high-tech lecture theatres, the latest broadband and wifi computer connections, and libraries that are ranked among Australia’s best.
Complementing these academic features, you’ll find a comprehensive selection of recreational and social outlets that encourage interaction between tudents outside the classroom.