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Financial options for Bond

Rissa11

Member
Hi guys,

A friend of mine is looking to apply for Bond next year, and he was wondering if anyone who went to Bond can shed some light on different financial options (apart from FEE-HELP and Centrelink) available for not so rich students. I am starting this year so I don't really know a lot on the subject so any help is appreciated. I know there was a post previously on affording Bond, but I was hoping to ask a former or current Bondie if they had any special options they took.

P.S. He didn't want to post just in case he gets the usual "are you crazy why go there, just sit GAMSAT, don't be stupid" posts :p so I am doing it for him haha. Again, thanks for any general advice on the topic.
 

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frootloop

House Surgeon
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Is he pretty? I hear male escorts make some pretty decent coin.

[OFFTOPIC]Only sort of kidding, to be honest. Many medical students and doctoral candidates have used the world's oldest profession as a way of funding their studies. No shame in it, either - if done right it can be a good way to bring in a bit more money than your usual after-school job. And with Bond's fees, your friend is probably going to need 'a bit more money'! [/OFFTOPIC]
 

Rissa11

Member
Is he pretty? I hear male escorts make some pretty decent coin.

[OFFTOPIC]Only sort of kidding, to be honest. Many medical students and doctoral candidates have used the world's oldest profession as a way of funding their studies. No shame in it, either - if done right it can be a good way to bring in a bit more money than your usual after-school job. And with Bond's fees, your friend is probably going to need 'a bit more money'! [/OFFTOPIC]
Haha :clap: he's not the fairest in the land, but I'll throw in the option for him :p
 

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