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RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« on: January 20 2006 16:01:00 »
of course you can study, drink, and surf . all you need is knowing when to say no. i live that life right now and it works. does anyone want to join me in feb? i am coming over from euro-land to perth, sydney and will travel all the way up to brisbane this feb. drop me a line
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #1 on: February 22 2006 20:02:00 »
Im a Bond student, Griffith is a crap uni for poor people who dont have a clue in life. If ur ambitious and hard working and ready to push urself and make it in life, Bond is the go.
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #2 on: March 01 2006 02:03:00 »
oi mate if you're rich and can afford almost anything go to bond but trust me life is much better at griffith, there is alway something to do and its a kind of do yourself school but like it outnumbers bond uni anytime plus we have a surf and social club there if your interested
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #3 on: March 10 2006 05:03:00 »
hey i live on the gold coast about a 5 minute drive from bond, it doesnt have exactly beachsied living but the beach is about 5 minutes down the road. griffith is about a 20 minute drive away from my house and is no where near the beach
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #4 on: March 22 2006 07:03:00 »
Well, its definitely possible to combine studies, parties and surfing at Griffith or Bond Uni. But of course its easier to fail if you party to much. So the less u party and the more u study, the better the grades will be.
I went 2 Griffith for 3 years and had friends from both Griffith and Bond Uni. I got the feeling that Bond Uni is more focused on the social part, like arranging parties/activities so students can get 2 know eachother better.
Ofcourse Griffith Uni does this too, but my Bond friends tended to be invited to more parties/activities at Bond than me and my Griffith friends were at Griffith. So Bond is trying harder to make their students 2 get 2 know eachother.
But Bond is also more expensive to study at.
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #5 on: January 22 2007 03:01:00 »
hi, would u be able to tell me what the sports are like at both the unis and which do u think can get btter results
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #6 on: January 27 2007 01:01:00 »
i have been going to griffith for the past two years and have found it really hard to get involved in the social scene and make friends with other uni students. im moving into Nathan campus and i hope that will help but can anyone give me some tips on how to meet more people. im kinda shy but im sick of staying home all the time. the only advavantage is that im am getting good grades but i really want to make new friends.
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #7 on: April 29 2007 22:04:00 »
Bond uni is known as the place to go when you can't get into a real uni - I work in the legal profession and we wont even give an interview to someone from Bond. SO - if you cant get in anywhere else you pay for your piece of paper rather than earning your degree and thereby our respect.
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #8 on: April 30 2007 17:04:00 »
Well thats funny, coz heaps of my mates who went to Bond are working at top tier firms in Sydney. If you don't hire Bond ppl then you must not be working in one of those firms.
Student Council at Bond organise heaps of social events and they have buses into Surfers on Thursday nights. I reckon Griffith would do the same.
Bond is a smaller uni so I would say everyone gets on better but more people go to Griffith so you would have a chance to meet more people there. Bond has about 30 sports clubs (inc a Surf club)
Why don't you email the Student Council/Guild and try and get a vibe from them?
RE: Bond Uni Vs. Griffith Uni - study abroad« Reply #9 on: May 01 2007 16:05:00 »
Don't waste resources !
Don't do University courses !