Faculty of Arts school holiday programme for Years 11-13
Speak Up: Global Studies and Communication
Tuesday 12 October 2021, 4pm-5.30pm.
Join the discussion with staff and students from the Bachelor of Global Studies and Bachelor of Communication degrees and engage with the important issues that are shaping Aotearoa.
Impact Day: Co-creating a fairer Aotearoa
Saturday 16 October 2021, 10am-12.30pm
Engage with like-minded and innovative voices on important issues that impact Aotearoa such as poverty, social justice, environmental issues, Indigenous and women’s rights. Prepare to be inspired by our academic staff who will challenge how you think and see the world.
Register for both events here
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International Open Week 2021
For any students who missed joining us at International Open Week 2021 last week, students will be able to register and access all the recordings at International Open Week 2021.
A reminder of upcoming dates and events:
Summer Start Scholarships
Applications are open for the University of Auckland Summer Start Scholarship and will close on the 29 October 2021.
For more information and to see the regulations for this scholarship please visit University of Auckland Summer Start Scholarship.
Future Science Student Webinars
Do you have students who are interested to study science but may not be sure about the subjects we offer? We hosted several live webinars where we discussed each of our subjects, you can watch the webinars here.
Plus, register for our live Q&A sessions and get all your questions answered.
Biomedical Science & General Science Q&A Session
Tuesday 12 October, 7pm – 8pm
Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Advanced Science (Hons) and Conjoint Q&A Session
Thursday 14 October, 7pm – 8pm
Science Scholar Programme
Do you have students who may be interested in the Science Scholars Programme here at the University of Auckland?
The Science Scholars Programme is a three-year extracurricular experience on top of student’s Science degree aimed at skill building for students who are passionate and enthusiastic about Science and where it can be taken in society. It involves small cohorts (compared to standard university lectures) which students will stay with throughout the three years of the programme.
You can check out our website for more in depth information or get in contact with the programme directly at email@example.com.
Faculty of Education and Social Work Webinars
Keen to kick-start an exciting career in the education sector? We can help you get started.
Join our informative webinars on Thursday 30 September to explore your study options in education and teaching.
You will discover what career opportunities await you in the education sector, learn about the applications and enrolment process, and more.
Change young lives: The Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Primary and Huarahi Māori
Thursday 30 September
Find out how we can help you become an exceptional teacher for our tamariki. Learn about Primary and Huarahi Māori specialisations and how practical experiences in schools and kura will set you up for your teaching career.
The Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies: a degree that makes a difference
Thursday 30 September
You might also enjoy our new videos promoting the BSportHPE featuring Sean, Beth and Karishma and a new BEd Teaching video – focused on practicum: Leah