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Welcome to the University of Auckland Introduction 3 Faculty lectures and activities: Arts 5-8 Student bloggers 2018 9 Business 10-11 Creative Arts and Industries 12-13 (Architecture, Dance Studies, Fine Arts, Music, Urban Planning) Education and Social Work 15 Engineering 16-17 Global Studies 18 Law 19 Medical and Health Sciences 20 Science 21-23 Everything else 24-26 (See what other learning opportunities and student support services you can find out about.) Centre for Innovation and 27 Entrepreneurship Parents 101 28 Schools Partnership Office 29 Careers 30-31 Getting here 32-33 Student life 34 Lecture timetable Back cover Plan your day Back cover Campus Map Back cover 2 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018
A WARM WELCOME TO THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND A relevant and high-quality qualification opens up exciting global and local opportunities, and enables you to collaborate with some of the best minds in the world. A degree from the University of Auckland will empower you to make a difference – whatever your goals. People are what make the University of clubs, make friends, take part in research Auckland New Zealand’s world-ranked projects and competitions – and even study university – our staff, our students, our a semester abroad in another top university partnerships, the research that we do and through our international partnerships. the impact we can make in our communities Explore your options, visit us during Courses and beyond. and Careers Open Day in August and apply By studying at the University of Auckland, to take the next step in your journey with the you will be exposed to research-informed University of Auckland. We look forward to teaching from highly talented staff. Many welcoming you in 2019. are specialists in their field and some have received national teaching excellence awards. You will be encouraged to be an independent thinker, to challenge yourself and to be curious. The support and opportunities here at the University are exceptional. You will find STUART MCCUTCHEON impressive facilities and student support Vice-Chancellor services, as well as opportunities to join The University of Auckland www.openday.ac.nz | 3
This one day could change your life. We want the decisions you make today to bring amazing benefits that last a lifetime. So we’re here to help you discover the learning opportunities that are just right for you. You’ll learn how to gain entry to the University of Auckland, what it’s like to be a student here, and what careers your study could lead to. While studying, you’ll need regular snacks and entertainment, so we’ll show you all the food outlets and activities available. Everything at the City Campus is within easy walking distance. Keep hold of the fold-out map we’ve provided for today. It’ll be useful next year! STUDENT LIFE! Test drive the social side of University life at Courses and Careers Open Day. It’s a big part of what makes us special. Chill out to some DJ beats in the bean bag lounge in the John Hood Plaza outside the Business School. And, once your energy levels have revived, why not play some lawn games. 4 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018
arts.auckland.ac.nz ARTS Level 4 (street level) Come and experience provocative thinkers, extraordinary cultures, profound histories, and disrupted industries at New Zealand’s leading internationally- Social Sciences Bldg ranked Arts faculty.* 10 Symonds St Check out inspiring lectures and explore new interests such as Criminology, Māori Studies, Media, Film and Television, Politics and International Relations, 2 and Anthropology. Be sure to catch our graduate careers panel. You’ll hear recent students talk about the jobs and industries they’ve moved into. They’ll also describe how 2A 2B 2C their Arts degree set them up for interesting and meaningful careers. *Ranked in the world’s top 40 for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in the QS World University Rankings 2018. Art History Bachelor of Arts (BA) 3 years full-time ARTS LECTURES Visual ideas – Dr Greg Minissale 360 points Anthropology 3-3.30pm Applications close 8 December 2018. Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) What does it mean to be human? In many ways, works of art are visualisations – Dr Mark Busse Admission and enrolment advice of history’s most important ideas, values and 11.40am-12.10pm emotions. Art History students learn how the “Do I need to have studied a subject at school to Lecture theatre B28, General Library, Alfred St (2B) skills of visual perception are used to recognise take it at Uni?”, “What’s a major?”, “How many Anthropology was recently listed as the second this history and provide a foundation for new courses should I take in my first year?”, “What most needed degree for the future by the Irish ideas, knowledge and leadership. is General Education?” For answers to all these Independent. This lecture provides a brief questions and more, visit the Arts Students’ Centre display. Staff will be happy to meet you introduction to Anthropology, which stands at Asian Studies the intersection of science and the humanities. and answer your questions. Come and hear why understanding human A cultural history of ramen noodles in origins, human diversity and the human condition East Asia – Dr Ellen Nakamura Careers for Arts graduates matters more than ever in today’s world. 12.20-12.50pm An Arts degree can prepare you for an HSB1, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, increasingly changing job market. It provides Tour the Archaeology lab 10 Symonds St (2A) transferable skills and advanced knowledge that Open 9am-3pm Do you like to eat ramen noodles? Come are sought-after in a wide range of careers – Room 707, Level 7, Social Sciences Building, and learn about how these Chinese noodles including those we cannot yet imagine. 10 Symonds St (2) became one of Japan’s favourite dishes and Our graduates have secured rewarding positions Visit the Roger C. Green Archaeological Science taste one example of East Asia’s rich and in fields as diverse as advertising and marketing, Laboratory. There you’ll meet current students complex cultural history. business management, translation and and learn about some of the exciting discoveries interpreting, international development and local that are made in this space. Five ways to lose your head in China and national government. Through your BA study, (and in Chinese!) – Dr Melissa Inouye you too can prepare yourself for the modern Applied Language Studies and 12.20-12.50pm landscape of work by developing the skills and Linguistics Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) attributes that employers value. These include: What is the worst possible thing a person could The good, the bad and the ugly of do? 17th century capital punishments in China • Advanced communication skills language teaching – Lizzy Roe give us insights into cultural gaps and bridges. • Adaptability and openness to different 9-9.30am Come and learn about our offerings in the perspectives HSB1, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, language, history, and culture of one out of every • Independent, critical and creative thinking 10 Symonds St (2A) five humans. • The ability to research, evaluate and interpret What makes for effective language teaching? How multiple information sources can you engage students and motivate them in a • Teamwork and collaboration language lesson rather than turn them off? Why and how has language teaching changed for the • Global awareness 21st century? www.openday.ac.nz | 5
Japanese: Fascinating language, The ancient world is good to think Want drama? An introduction to fascinating culture with! Why you should study Classics theatre – Dr Rina Kim – Dr Wayne Lawrence and Ancient History – Dr Dougal Blyth 12.20-12.50pm 9-9.30am 2.20-2.50pm Drama Studio, Arts 1, Room 325 (2C) Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) Drama students take practical and theoretical The Japanese language is both simple and This presentation explores why antiquity is as courses that encourage their creativity. This regular (the spoken language) and difficult (the relevant and important today as it ever was. Hear interactive lecture will begin with the opening written form). Both are quite different from what what students of the ancient world can gain for scene of Samuel Beckett’s play Krapp’s Last we have in English, and as such contain much their future in the modern world. Tape (1958), performed by one of our Drama that is of interest to the inquiring mind. This talk students. Through this scene, we will introduce will introduce a number of aspects of Japanese Criminology the key concepts of understanding and analysing language and culture. a dramatic text and performance. What is Criminology? Learn to read the Korean alphabet in – Dr David Mayeda Cultures and Languages ten minutes 1.40-2.10pm – Dr Inshil Yoon and Dr Mi Yung Park Lecture theatre B28, General Library, Alfred St (2B) German – open up a whole new world 2.20-2.50pm for yourself! – Dr Nicole Perry This talk will introduce Criminology as a field HSB2, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, of study by exploring the key questions that 9-9.30am 10 Symonds St (2A) criminologists ask. We’ll discuss studying HSB2, Level 3, Human Sciences Building, Criminology here in the Faculty of Arts and explain 10 Symonds St (2A) Koreans use an alphabet, invented in 1443. Learn to read Korean words in just 10 minutes in where a degree in Criminology might take you. German, that’s hard, right? No, no harder than this informal, hands-on workshop – and be in to other European languages – and knowing English, win a prize! There is no need for prior knowledge English and Drama you’ve got a head start on vocab. But isn’t it of Korean. enough to speak English? Not any longer in our High intensity literary training globalised world. Add German to your skills, and – Professor Brian Boyd Classics and Ancient History you’ll end up discovering a whole new world of 2.20-2.50pm ideas and opportunities. Literature, art and mythology HSB1, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, – Associate Professor Marcus Wilson 10 Symonds St (2A) Italy: the extraordinary commonplace 10.20-10.50am Just as high intensity physical training transforms – Gabriella Brussino Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) our body’s capabilities, high intensity literary 1.40-2.10pm This lecture explores the rich cultural heritage reading boosts the mental systems we use more HSB2, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, of the ancient world through different media than any others. It expands our ability to handle 10 Symonds St (2A) and from different angles. Come and gain new words and images and to understand people: Did you know that Italy is a world leader in perspectives on one of the oldest disciplines at characters, authors, readers; ourselves; and major infrastructures, pharmaceutical and the University of Auckland. the people we encounter now, as well as those biomedical products, manufactured goods, from different times, places and cultures. As machinery, and aerospace technologies? Come a student of English you will engage with fun along and discover how Italian could be useful and challenging content, learn how to handle in your future. concepts and discover how to search and assess contexts. You can also acquire skills that are both rewarding in themselves and essential in whatever you choose for your future: critical and creative reading, thinking, and writing. 6 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018
On villains and heroes: Media History Living a mediated life: Why study representations of Latin America in a Media, Film and Television? global and trade context – Associate History shows you the world – Associate Professor Neal Curtis Professor Walescka Pino-Ojeda – Dr Joseph Zizek 1.40-2.10pm 11.40am-12.10pm 11.40am-12.10pm HSB1, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, HSB1, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) 10 Symonds St (2A) 10 Symonds St (2A) History is everywhere in the news. From Brexit We live in a world that is increasingly dominated How much do we really know about Latin to Black Panther, from royal babies to Trump’s by media institutions and technologies. More than America? New Zealand’s increased diplomatic tweets, human communities knowingly (and ever before, we citizens, consumers and users, and trade relations with the region have narrowed sometimes unknowingly) use the past to need to understand old media, new media and the real and mental distance that once existed. criticise or justify the present. Why do humans the relations between the two. However, much of the information we have everywhere still fight over real as well as imagined access to is mediated by corporate media outlets pasts? Why do the stories we tell about the past Visual storytelling following their own business interests. This talk matter so much? How do we know if those stories – Associate Professor Jake Mahaffy looks at some of these issues and the need for are true? Come and learn how studying History 3-3.30pm New Zealand to gain well-founded knowledge of at the University of Auckland better equips you to Lecture theatre B28, General Library, Alfred St (2B) Latin America. understand the world in which you live – and how it came to be this way. Where is the art in a highly technical medium like filmmaking? What are the basic elements of Bonjour! Going places with French – Associate Professor Deborah What is medical history? constructing visual narrative? We’ll discuss and Walker-Morrison – Professor Linda Bryder demonstrate some basic film-making principles. 10.20-10.50am 3-3.30pm HSB1, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, Pacific Studies HSB2, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, 10 Symonds St (2A) 10 Symonds St (2A) Pacific futures: Globalisation and Knowing French can give you a competitive How are patient experiences central to the change – Associate Professor Damon edge in almost every area of work: teaching, history of medicine? This lecture shows how Salesa, Dr Jemaima Tiatia-Seath and Dr translating, foreign affairs, international law, medical history is much more than a catalogue Lisa Uperesa engineering, medicine or business. Review course of scientific discoveries and advances. Starting 3-3.30pm and career options, hear what students think of with the transformation of tuberculosis from HSB2, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, our programme and where it is taking them. a “romantic” affliction to a dangerous and 10 Symonds St (2A) “loathsome” infection in the early 20th century, New Zealand’s future is strongly linked to the More than words: Spanish language this lecture examines the impact of the social Pacific through its Pacific neighbours and the and cultures on the global stage definition of disease on patients. Pacific people that make New Zealand their – Dr Kathryn Lehman and Professor home. The world of global sports like rugby José Colmeiro Māori Studies and American football, the growing economic 1-1.30pm “I want to educate you for a change”: competition between China and the US and HSB2, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, Māori activism at the University of the challenge of Pacific languages, cultures and 10 Symonds St (2A) Auckland – Dr Tiopira McDowell identities in New Zealand place the Pacific at the The history of Spain has a central role in our forefront of global change. 1-1.30pm understanding of current global political and HSB1, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, cultural events and trends. The coexistence 10 Symonds St (2A) Philosophy of Christians, Jews and Muslims gave rise to Universities have long been breeding grounds for Exploring and mapping arguments Spain’s unique cultural wealth. This multicultural radical viewpoints and challenging new ideas, and about euthanasia – Dr Vanya Kovach dynamic is relevant today in the current crisis the University of Auckland is no exception. Over 11-11.30am created by the global war on terror. On the other the past four decades the University has both Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) hand, current US immigration policies can be inspired and been a target of Māori activism. This understood in the context of Spanish colonialism. This interactive session will offer an opportunity lecture will draw on case studies from the 1970s We’ll address some of these topics to understand for the audience to construct and begin to through to the present day to explore the complex current European, Latin American and US social evaluate a number of arguments for and against and crucial role the University has played in the and cultural challenges and trends. euthanasia – a very topical issue in applied ethics. development of Māori activism. This is a great way for you to become familiar with Gender Studies Media, Film and Television one of the ways in which philosophers practice their craft. Gender matters – Dr Carisa Showden Communication is everything! Studying 9.40-10.10am Communication with us Organisms, Orgasms, and the Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) – Associate Professor Neal Curtis Philosophy of Science – Dr Emily Parke Gender is everywhere in our society, culture, and 1-1.30pm 1-1.30pm media. This talk explores how Gender Studies Lecture theatre B28, General Library, Alfred St (2B) Lecture theatre B15, General Library, Alfred St (2B) lets you see the everyday ways of the world in a Is a colony of ants a single organism? Why Communication is the basis of human civilisation new light. We will explain what you can do at the do human females have orgasms? Learn and essential to every aspect of life. We examine University of Auckland and beyond with a degree why philosophers engage with these sorts of communication in the workplace and in in Gender Studies. questions, and how philosophy and science advertising, across social media and a range of other media and technologies. can interact. www.openday.ac.nz | 7
Politics and International Sociology Relations What is Sociology, and why is it GENERAL LECTURES China and North Korea: Understanding important? – Dr Bruce Cohen global politics in the “Asian Century” 12.20-12.50pm Arts Scholars Programme – Dr Stephen Noakes Lecture theatre B28, General Library, Alfred St (2B) Dr Lindsay Diggelmann 11-11.30am This talk is an introduction to Sociology. It will 9.40-10.10am HSB1, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, show you what Sociology is, how it works and how HSB2, Level 3, Human Sciences Building, 10 Symonds St (2A) it can be important in your future career. We’ll 10 Symonds St (2A) The 21st century has seen a shift in the global take a look at what you will be able to do in the Learn, make friends, and push yourself to balance of power away from the United States world with a BA in Sociology from the University the next level as an Arts Scholar. Join our towards new and ascendant powers in East of Auckland. whānau of creative and high-achieving Asia. This talk explores the China-North Korea Arts students. Boost your Arts degree with relationship, to understand the role of each Social Science for Public Health multidisciplinary study, mentorship, and in international security dialogue. It looks at the historic affinity between China and North Courses and careers in Social Science undergraduate research and internship Korea, China’s part in denuclearisation talks, for Public Health – Dr Tara Coleman opportunities. Come along and hear from 11-11.30am current students about their journey so far. and the implications for the US, New Zealand and their allies. HSB2, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, 10 Symonds St (2A) Support for Arts Students Hot air or hard choices? Climate This talk introduces the Social Science for Public Thriving in your first year in Arts politics in New Zealand Health programme. You’ll learn how it gives you 1.40-2.10pm – Dr Julie MacArthur a strong grounding in the social science of health Lecture theatre B15, General Library, 10.20-10.50am – and how it’s useful for careers in the health or Alfred St (2B) Lecture theatre B28, General Library, Alfred St (2B) welfare sector, including research, or in education Join a session with current students as We face the reality of a warming planet and and health promotion. they talk to you about their experience as increasingly unpredictable weather events. We an Arts student during their first year. Hear need to address both the causes of climate Theological and Religious from a parent as they discuss their journey change and the infrastructure needed to Studies supporting their child with the transition to manage it. How can we ensure that we achieve tertiary study. There will also be a Q and A Studying religion: From global to local these goals quickly, fairly and effectively? This session with the Arts Students’ Centre and – Dr Caroline Blyth and Dr Nick talk examines climate challenges in New Zealand Student Engagement Team. Thompson and what the study of politics can tell us about where we go from here. 12.20-12.50pm HSB2, Level 3, Social Sciences Building, Careers with a BA 10 Symonds St (2A) How will an Arts degree prepare me Religion is complex, ever changing, and key to for employment? understanding how people think, act, and treat 11-11.30am | 2.20-2.50pm each other, even in secular countries like New Lecture theatre B28, General Library, Zealand. Theological and Religious Studies invites Alfred St (2B) you to look at religion from different perspectives. Come and hear stories from some of our You’ll learn more about studying religion at the Arts graduates. They’ll tell you why they University of Auckland, and hear from some of our chose a BA and how it’s helped them with students about how it’s shaping their studies and their careers. You’ll also find out what skills career pathways. employers value and how an Arts degree can prepare you for a rapidly changing workforce. 8 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018
INSIDE Student Blog MEET OUR 2018 STUDENT BLOGGERS Meet our 2018 student bloggers to get the inside word on what life’s really like at University. We have a session in Case Room 1, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg, 12 Grafton Rd, at 10.20-10.50am and 1-1.30pm, so think up some questions now! www.theinsideword.ac.nz
business.auckland.ac.nz BUSINESS Business School Foyer Whatever your passion, a degree from the Business School can set you up for an exciting and challenging career. Choose from a wide variety of Level 1, Owen G Glenn Building programmes in Accounting and Finance, Commercial Law, Economics, 12 Grafton Rd Information Systems, Management, Marketing and Property. Speaking of property, we have some great real estate! Classes are held in 8 the award-winning Owen G Glenn Building. There you’ll find lecture theatres, computer labs and study rooms, as well as a café and a bank. The Business School has a dedicated Careers Centre. We’re keen to help you choose a career path, prepare for interviews and network with people in the industry. So come and talk to us – we’re here to get you started. Why study Accounting? Why study Finance? Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) 11-11.30am | 2.20-2.50pm 1-1.30pm 3 years full-time Lecture Theatre 260-098, Level 0, Lecture Theatre 260-098, Level 0, 360 points Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Applications close 8 December 2018. Almost every business and organisation needs In this major you’ll learn about capital markets Bachelor of Property (BProp) accountants to measure performance and and the financing decisions that businesses 3 years full-time provide information for decisions. Find out how and organisations need to make. Find out how 360 points studying Accounting can lead to a career as an studying Finance can lead to a career as an Applications close 8 December 2018. accountant, auditor, business consultant or investment banker, stockbroker, financial analyst financial manager. or treasury specialist. BUSINESS LECTURES Why study Commercial Law or Taxation? Why study Business Analytics* or Information Systems? Careers in Business – your start-up 9.40-10.10am | 1.40-2.10pm 11-11.30am | 3-3.30pm 9-9.30am OGGB5, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) OGGB4, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) OGGB4, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) If you’re engaged in any type of business, it’s These two majors bridge the gap between IT How do you prepare yourself for a graduate essential to know about tax and the law. These and other core business functions. Learn how role in the increasingly changing landscape of subjects lead to great careers in the public and information and communications technology work? By making the most of your time at the private sectors, and also apply to many non- can be used to achieve strategic goals. Business School. Find out the skills employers business activities. Find out how. are seeking – and hear how we can help you Why study Innovation identify your strengths, meet recruiters, develop Why study Economics? and Entrepreneurship? your networks and get business-ready. 11.40am-12.10pm 1.40-2.10pm Lecture Theatre 260-098, Level 0, OGGB4, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Careers in Property Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Do you want to understand how to test – much more than real estate Many of the great national and global issues innovative ideas, fund a start-up venture 9-9.30am confronting societies require trade-offs between and sell new products and services in New OGGB3, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) conflicting objectives. These are the essence of Zealand and overseas? Find out how studying The Bachelor of Property prepares you for an economics, which is a core component of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship can lead to a exciting and challenging career in the property social sciences. Find out where knowledge and career as an entrepreneur, business consultant profession in New Zealand or internationally. skills in Economics can take you. or strategic analyst. Come and find out what you’ll study, how you’ll meet people working in the industry, and where your degree can take you. *Subject to CUAP approval 10 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018
Why study International Business? Business School – a smart decision for 11.40am-12.10pm | 1-1.30pm GENERAL LECTURES international students OGGB4, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) 9.40-10.10am Your first year at the Case Room 2, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) In this major you examine why firms that Business School operate across borders exist, how they succeed We provide a range of specialised support for 9.40-10.10am in a complex environment and what their international students to help you settle into life Lecture Theatre 260-098, Level 0, activities mean for the countries in which at the Business School and the University. Find Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) they do business. Find out how studying out how to access our support services and how International Business can lead to a career in an Your first year doesn’t need to be daunting. they can benefit you. internationally active organisation. We’re here to help! Find out more about planning your timetable, attending lectures and Tuākana: Ensuring success for Māori Why study Management? tutorials, your exams and assessment, and what and Pacific students 10.20-10.50am | 2.20-2.50pm kind of workload you can expect. 11.40am-12.10pm OGGB4, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) OGGB5, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Your first year and beyond Students pursuing a variety of degrees and The Business School has created a culture of 3-3.30pm support, guidance and excitement to ensure that majors need to know about managing people, Lecture Theatre 260-098, Level 0, the experience for Māori and Pacific students and management processes generally. Find Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) is positive and successful. Find out about our out how studying Management can lead to a career in business strategy, recruitment, human Your journey at University is about more than He Tuākana academic services, the Commerce resources, employment relations, public policy building knowledge. Find out what professional Association Pacific and Māori (CAPM) and our or consulting. and personal capabilities you will develop during vision to create “pathways for success”. your studies at the Business School. Why study Marketing? Why study a conjoint degree? 10.20-10.50am | 1.40-2.10pm Secrets for success 1-1.30pm Lecture Theatre 260-098, Level 0, 12.20-12.50pm Case Room 2, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Lecture Theatre 260-098, Level 0, A conjoint degree allows you to complete two Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) degrees within four to five years of full-time Marketing is all about communication, creativity and sharp business sense. Marketers can satisfy Find out what first-year Business School study. This is ideal if you have interests in customer needs through product and service students wish someone had told them before diverse areas and wish to broaden your skill set development, planning, pricing, promotion and they started university. and enhance your knowledge. Find out how a distribution. They also know how to manage key conjoint can increase your career opportunities. relationships. Find out how studying Marketing How clubs and societies can enhance can lead to a career as a sales representative, your experience Leverage your business expertise marketing consultant, brand manager or social 11-11.30am | 1.40-2.10pm with an MBA media manager. Case Room 2, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) 10.20-10.50am Why study Operations and Supply Getting involved with student organisations and Case Room 2, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Chain Management? extra-curricular activities not only helps to make Are you here with a parent or caregiver? you more employable, it’s also a great way to 11.40am-12.10pm Are they ready to take their career to the expand your social networks while having fun. Case Room 2, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) next level? The University of Auckland MBA is designed to develop you into a confident Learn how to solve complex business problems leader in complex times, contributing high- related to the journey of products from the value decision making to your business manufacturer to the customer. Understand and beyond. Come along and explore the techniques for managing the integration of pathways to an MBA and how we can help design, resources, processes and customer you confidently transition to the next chapter requirements. of your career.
creative.auckland.ac.nz CREATIVE ARTS AND INDUSTRIES Conference Centre Bldg Architecture | Urban Planning | Dance | Fine Arts | Music 22 Symonds St Welcome to Creative Arts and Industries. Come along to meet our staff and 7 students and find out more about what you will study, how to get in and the career opportunities available when you graduate. 7A 7B 7C 7D Architecture and Urban Planning tours Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) SCHOOL OF 9.30am | 10.30am | 11.30am | 12.30pm | 3 years full-time ARCHITECTURE AND 1.30pm | 2.30pm Creative Arts and Industries Student Centre, 360 points Applications close 8 December 2018. PLANNING Architecture and Planning Bldg, 26 Symonds St. (7A) Bachelor of Urban Planning architectureplanning.auckland.ac.nz Large, open-plan studios, workshops and (Honours) (BUrbPlan(Hons)) specialist facilities support your learning. Experience Architecture 4 years full-time Current students will take you on a tour of 480 points 9-11am | 11.30am-1.30pm our spaces and answer your questions about Applications close 8 December 2018. Starts at the Conference Centre Lecture Theatre, student life in the School. 22 Symonds St. (7) Bachelor of Dance Studies The School of Architecture and Planning is New “I will always feel immensely grateful (BDanceSt) Zealand’s leading school for architecture and for the studio based learning the Urban 3 years full-time the built environment*. This two-hour session Planning programme offered me. Our 360 points Applications close 1 October 2018. begins with a talk where you will hear what tutors challenged and encouraged us to (Late applications will be considered if places studying Architecture with us is really like and think more critically about how our built are available.) how to apply for the Bachelor of Architectural Studies programme. You’ll also learn about our environments are shaped.” Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) connections with industry and how students Sebastian Clarke, Urban Planning (BFA(Hons)) combine future-based speculations with real- graduate and Heritage Policy Adviser for 4 years full-time world projects. We shall then move on to one of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage 480 points our studio spaces where you will participate in a Applications close 1 October 2018. design studio session alongside current students. (Late applications will be considered if places are available.) Experience Urban Planning 9-11am | 11am-1pm Bachelor of Music (BMus) Starts at the ALR1 Lecture Theatre, Conference 3 years full-time Centre, 22 Symonds St. (7) 360 points Applications close 8 December 2018. We offer New Zealand’s only Urban Planning (Late applications will be considered if places bachelors degree. This two-hour session begins are available.) with a talk where you will hear from staff, current students and recent graduates about what it’s really like to study Urban Planning. We’ll also discuss the career paths available to you when you graduate. Then we’ll take you to one of our studio spaces to participate in a master planning Join us online exercise experimenting with the design and use of public spaces. Connect with us at: facebook.com/UoACreatives instagram.com/UoACreatives twitter.com/UoACreatives Image Test 4: Quae Memoria, performed at the 2017 Dance Studies 12 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018 Performance Series. Choreographer, Sarah Foster - Sproull.
DANCE STUDIES dance.auckland.ac.nz Experience Dance Studies 11.30am-1.30pm Starts at the Conference Centre Seminar Room, 22 Symonds St. (7) In our Dance Studies Programme, you’ll be part of a tight-knit and supportive community. This two-hour session begins with a talk where you’ll hear from our staff, current students and recent graduates about what studying dance with us is really like, and the career paths available to you when you graduate. You’ll then proceed to one of our dance studios to participate in a one-hour group movement workshop alongside current students. Architecture thesis project, Pop Up Reality Shop, 2017. Photo credit: Linus Goh. ELAM SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS elam.auckland.ac.nz Why study contemporary art? 10-11am | 1-2pm Conference Centre Seminar Room, 22 Symonds St. (7) Elam is New Zealand’s leading school for art and design.* In this session you will hear from our staff and current students about studio life at Elam. We’ll talk about the multidisciplinary workshops that will support your practice and explore how contemporary art contributes to society. You’ll hear how Elam graduates are using their qualifications in a variety of industries around the world – and there’ll be plenty of opportunities for you to ask questions. Application portfolio workshops 10-11am | 11.30am-12.30pm | 1-2pm | 2.30-3.30pm SCHOOL OF MUSIC Elam Common Room, Elam School of Fine Arts, music.auckland.ac.nz 20 Whitaker Pl. (7B) Ready to apply for a Bachelor of Fine Arts? Our Experience Music staff will talk you through how to best present 10-11.30am | 12.30-2pm your application portfolio. To make the most of Music Theatre, School of Music, 6 Symonds St. (7D) these one-hour sessions we encourage you to Our School of Music is the most comprehensive bring along physical copies of your own work in music school in New Zealand. In this session you order to receive valuable feedback. will enjoy performances by our students. They Elam tours and our teachers will also describe what it’s like to study music with us. You’ll also learn how your 9.30am | 10.30am | 11.30am | 12.30pm | study will prepare you for the modern music 1.30pm | 2.30pm industry and extended creative sectors. Projectspace Gallery, Elam School of Fine Arts, 20 Whitaker Pl. (7C) Songwriters workshop Large, open-plan studios, workshops and 2.30-3.30pm specialist facilities support your learning. Music Theatre, School of Music, 6 Symonds St. (7D) Current students will take you on a tour of our spaces and answer your questions about This workshop will provide you with a taste of student life at Elam. the songwriting, collaboration, accompaniment and performance skills developed in our popular “My mum and I took a tour of Elam, music area. Network with our renowned staff and as soon as I saw what the students as well as current students to learn how your were doing, I just knew that was where I music technology and performance skills will be enhanced, allowing you to engage effectively in the wanted to be.” popular music industry. Lana Lopesi, Elam graduate and Editor- in-chief for the Pantograph Punch *Source: QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018 www.openday.ac.nz | 13
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education.auckland.ac.nz EDUCATION AND SOCIAL WORK Transform your world. Study for a career where you can have a positive impact on people’s lives and make a difference in society. Level 0, Owen G Glenn Building With programmes in teaching, social work, sport, health and physical education, 12 Grafton Rd there are many study pathways and professions to choose from. 8 We’re ranked 17th in the world for Education as a subject. We’re also in the top 20 for employer reputation in Education.* This means your degree from the University of Auckland will position you competitively for future employment. We offer programmes across three campuses – Epsom, Manukau and Whangarei. So come and explore how our degrees can set you up for life. A degree in teaching can lead to a variety of The world of Sport, Health and Physical Bachelor of Education (Teaching) careers, inside or outside the classroom. Hear Education Studies (BEd(Tchg)) from our graduates and ask them questions about 12.20-12.50pm | 1.40-2.10pm 3 years full-time the diverse career options that await you when Case Room 3, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) 360 points you graduate with a teaching degree from the Applications close 1 December 2018. University of Auckland. The Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Education is your opportunity to become a Bachelor of Sport, Health and Early Childhood Education: making a leader in a number of fields. Find out about the Physical Education (BSportHPE) difference in young children’s lives range of courses and disciplines you can choose 3 years full-time from to create a pathway that fits your interests 10.20-10.50am 360 points and career aspirations. Explore sport leadership Case Room 3, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Applications close 1 December 2018. and coaching, health education and promotion, 2.20-2.50pm sport science, health and physical education, OGGB5, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and dance. Learn about the career opportunities available 4 years full-time in this rapidly growing sector. This exciting Study Education within an Arts degree 480 points profession offers opportunities for a career in a 2.20-2.50pm Applications close 1 December 2018. diversity of settings – in kindergartens, Education Case Room 2, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) and Care Centres, government policy units and Learn how you can study Education as a major EDUCATION/ more. Hear from experts about the importance of early childhood education and from students subject or minor in a Bachelor of Arts. It’s blended together with other disciplines such as TEACHING and graduates about our Early Childhood psychology, philosophy, sociology and history so specialisation in the Bachelor of Education you can address important educational questions Hear from current students and from recent (Teaching), as well as programmes for graduates and issues. graduates who are now teaching in schools. who wish to enter the profession. That’s the best way to find out what it’s like to study with us. Secondary Teaching: Share your passion SOCIAL WORK How to become a primary teacher 11.40am-12.10pm | 1-1.30pm What it takes to become a social 9-9.30am | 11-11.30am Case Room 3, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) worker Case Room 3, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) Are you passionate about your subject area and 12.20-12.50pm Learn about the Primary and Huarahi Māori able to inspire the next generation? To study OGGB4, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) specialisations in the Bachelor of Education secondary teaching at the University of Auckland (Teaching) and programmes for graduates you first need to gain a bachelors degree in any 2.20-2.50pm who wish to enter the profession. As a primary area, making sure to include courses that link Case Room 3, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) teacher you could work in schools, kura, and to a subject(s) taught at secondary school. As Social workers play a vital role in advocating for whānau or bilingual units in Aotearoa New a secondary school teacher you can inspire the social justice and helping people work through Zealand or overseas. next generation of advocates, innovators and adversity to make positive changes in their lives. makers. With a qualification in Māori language, Discover how, with a Bachelor of Social Work, Beyond the classroom: Where a some areas of special education, or one of the you could work in hospitals, the justice sector, teaching degree can take you STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering youth services, government, mental health, 9.40-10.10am and Mathematics), you’ll be in especially high schools, addiction services, the police force and Case Room 3 Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. (8) demand as a teacher. community groups in New Zealand and overseas. *QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018 www.openday.ac.nz | 15
engineering.auckland.ac.nz ENGINEERING Levels 2-4 (street level) See what it’s like to be part of a community of change-makers. As engineers, in our daily lives we’re privileged enough to directly witness the positive Faculty of Engineering Building impact we create – from earthquake prevention, to producing innovative 20 Symonds St new materials and healthcare devices, and ensuring that we have clean and sustainable energy. 6 6A 6B We’re also diverse, with nine specialisations that each have something unique to contribute to our ever-evolving technological world. If you’re passionate about Mathematics, Physics and designing tangible solutions to global problems, come along to discover where Engineering can take you. Computer Systems Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Honours (BE(Hons)) ENGINEERING Internet-connected intelligent 4 years full-time LECTURES computing devices 480 points 11.40am-12.10pm | 2.20-2.50pm Applications close 8 December 2018. Chemical and Materials Eng 1.401, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) Engineering Computers hidden within electro-mechanical environments are surprisingly ubiquitous. Join the conversation Processing for better living They’ve made a huge impact on our civilisation. We’ll be posting live updates throughout the day 10.20-10.50am Examples include wireless technology in cars, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, so follow Eng 1.401, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) game consoles, robotics, home automation, us at UoAengineering, ask us questions, or send Chemical Engineering touches every aspect appliances, factory automation, mechatronics us your thoughts and photos. of our daily lives through the processed goods systems, instrumentation and embedded we rely on, such as food, drink and fuel. systems. Engineers who design such complex Engineer her future By engineering green, sustainable process systems need advanced skills in computer and Come join us on 20 September for Engineer Her technologies we can also help save the world electronic engineering. Future, aimed at high school-aged girls who are from irreversible ecological damage. Better interested in engineering. processing leads to better living. Electrical and Electronic www.engineering.auckland.ac.nz/ Engineering engineerherfuture Inside materials that have reshaped our world Electrical forces rule the world! 1-1.30pm | 3-3.30pm 11-11.30am | 1.40-2.10pm Eng 1.401, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) Eng 1.401, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) ENGINEERING We take for granted the vast array of materials It’s a fact that electrical forces shape the world DISPLAYS that have so powerfully transformed our modern, technological society. Yet inside each one, there we live in. Factories, offices and homes are powered and controlled by electricity. Electrical is a fascinating story. In this session we’ll explore devices are so pervasive that we can scarcely Level 3, Faculty of Engineering Bldg, several of these with live demonstrations. imagine a world without lights, electric motors, 20 Symonds St. (6) power sockets, computers, cell phones, Experience Engineering hands-on. Our Civil and Environmental hybrid cars, video cameras or the internet. displays feature live experiments and Engineering Electrical and electronic engineers know how innovations, and our student clubs will to harness the immense power of electricity showcase the many opportunities you’ll Engineers needed to save the planet and magnetism, together with the properties have outside of study. We will also be onsite 10.20-10.50am | 11-11.30am | of electronics, to solve practical engineering all day to answer questions about your 1.40-2.10pm | 2.20-2.50pm problems the world over. study options and what it’s like to be an Eng 1.439, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) Engineering student here. Civil engineers are needed worldwide. They Engineering Science provide new buildings, bridges, dams and Mathematical modelling in medicine infrastructure, and upgrade ageing water and industry supplies and roads. In New Zealand especially, 9-9.30am we need more engineers to build and rebuild Eng 1.401, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) for earthquake resistance. As we move into the future, environmental engineers will play a 11.40am-12.10pm critical role in minimising waste and protecting Eng 1.439, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) the environment. From understanding the human body to optimising the layout of a telecommunications 16 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018
network, modern engineers use sophisticated Tuākana: Māori and Life as an Engineering student mathematical modelling to develop solutions Pacific students 2.20-2.50pm for problems more diverse than you could ever imagine. 11-11.30am MDLS Flexi 4, Level 2, Faculty of Engineering MDLS Flexi 4, Level 2, Faculty of Engineering Bldg, 1 Grafton Rd. (6B) Engineering solutions for renewable Bldg, 1 Grafton Rd. (6B) We’re known for being a faculty that’s passionate energy The BE(Hons) is a professional degree that can – for engineering as a discipline, and also for our 3-3.30pm empower you with the skills and knowledge vibrant student culture. Our 20-plus student Eng 1.439, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) to enhance the sustainability of our Māori and clubs, networks and initiatives reflect our up- Energy sources worldwide are diversifying to Pacific communities. Find out how Tuākana beat and diverse community focus. Hear what include wind power, solar and other renewable Engineering and SPIES (South Pacific Indigenous some of these clubs and networks do to support technologies. This leads to an increasing Engineering Students’ Association) can provide each other, generate interest in their hobbies, demand for professionals with the knowledge Māori and Pacific students with the tools for a and more. With all our social, employment- to tackle new challenges. See how you can successful engineering career. Come along to related, and engineering-focused activities, use your engineering skills to help create a our stand on Level 3 in our expo space and meet you’ll find plenty of opportunities to make sustainable world. current Māori and Pacific role models, SPIES friends and enliven your University experience. students, and the Tuākana Engineering group. Mechanical Engineering The present and future of innovation Women in Engineering Network WORKSHOPS (WEN) 9-9.30am | 12.20-12.50pm 11.40am-12.10pm | 1-1.30pm Coding for beginners Eng 1.439, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) MDLS Flexi 4, Level 2, Faculty of Engineering 9.40-10.10am | 11.40am-12.10pm | Come and find out about the exciting career 1.40-2.10pm Bldg, 1 Grafton Rd. (6B) paths open to modern mechanical engineers, Eng 1.301, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6B) who use problem solving, design and computer Learn about the fantastic opportunities available to women who choose Engineering. We’re a The ability to code is essential to many industries, skills to develop innovative technologies. friendly, collaborative and helpful group who including engineering, business, design and more. will support you throughout your studies. Learn Come along and get some hands-on experience Mechatronics Engineering more about our social and networking initiatives, with computer code and see how it can be Prospects and challenges and find out why we have more female students applied to solve engineering problems. 9.40-10.10am | 1-1.30pm than any other Engineering school in New We’ll be running a range of exciting workshops Eng 1.439, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) Zealand or Australia. representing our diverse departments that you’re welcome to drop in and out of throughout the Discover how mechatronics engineers apply day. You don’t need any prior experience either, modelling, electronics and computers to design just turn up with an open mind and see how easy intelligent products and processes. it is to learn a fun new skill for your future! Software Engineering Enabling the connected world 9.40-10.10am | 12.20-12.50pm Eng 1.401, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. (6A) In today’s world, software systems are crucial. They support communication networks, the health service, banking systems and transport networks. When these break down, the impact on society can be catastrophic. Software Engineering lies at the heart of our everyday lives, so it’s best to avoid heart attacks! GENERAL LECTURES Engineering for parents and families 10.20-10.50am | 12.20-12.50pm MDLS Flexi 4, Level 2, Faculty of Engineering Bldg, 1 Grafton Rd. (6B) We have dedicated staff who aim to ensure that engineering students are well-supported during their time here. Learn more about how as parents and caregivers, you can help your student engineer through their academic journey. www.openday.ac.nz | 17
auckland.ac.nz/global-studies GLOBAL STUDIES Level 4 (street level) Social Sciences Bldg Become an informed global citizen with the capacity to think on a global 10 Symonds St scale, and in relation to real-world problems. The University’s new inter- faculty degree, the Bachelor of Global Studies, is offered by a number of overseas universities but within New Zealand it’s unique to the University 2B of Auckland. Bachelor of Global Studies (BGlobalSt) 3 years full-time 360 points Applications close 8 December 2018. With the Bachelor of Global Studies, you’ll get to apply your knowledge to practical contexts in the workplace through experiential learning and a capstone research project. You will also complete language training and study an area of the world where your chosen language is spoken. Come to our lecture and find out about the four Global Studies majors: • Global Environment and Sustainable Development • Global Politics and Human Rights • International Relations and Business • Transnational Cultures and Creative Practice Global Studies graduate careers include: human rights advocacy, journalism, policy analysis, international trade consultancy – in environments such as: NGOs and not-for-profits, local and national government, international development and the environmental sector. Dare to be different, make a difference: Go Global! - Dr Hilary Chung, Director, Bachelor of Global Studies 9.40-10.10am Lecture theatre B28, General Library, Alfred St (2B) The Bachelor of Global Studies addresses the growing need for people who understand current global issues and are prepared to tackle them. Learn how to better understand the increasingly complex political, economic, scientific and cultural issues of our world, come along to our lecture and find out whether Global Studies is for you. 18 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018
law.auckland.ac.nz LAW Law at Auckland is challenging, exciting and taught by some of the best- known legal scholars in the country. We can teach you how to think critically, how to analyse and how to persuade by logical argument. Level 1, Owen G Glenn Building The Auckland Law School is ranked the top law school in New Zealand.* It also has the highest entry standard for second-year Law, meaning our 12 Grafton Rd graduates are highly sought after. You can study Law within a wide range of conjoint programmes (in Arts, Commerce, Engineering, Global Studies, Health Sciences, Music, Property or Science) and we offer the largest range 8 of undergraduate courses of any New Zealand law school. Come along to hear our friendly staff and students speak about the courses 9 offered and the career opportunities available to law graduates. *QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018 ‒ Law (ranked 29th worldwide). Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Mock moot and How to Law School 4 years full-time 10.20-11.05am | 11.15am-12pm | 480 points 1-1.45pm | 1.55-2.40pm Applications close 8 December 2018. Algie Lecture Theatre, Bldg 801, Auckland Law School. Take the pathway from Waterloo Quadrant marked on the map. (9) Mooting is the oral presentation of a legal issue LAW LECTURES or problem against an opposing counsel and before a judge. The Mock Moot is always both informative and entertaining for anyone who’s A future in law and why thinking of pursuing a legal career. Afterwards Auckland Law School? you’ll have the chance to ask the students questions. We’ll also show our How to Law 10.20-11.20am | 1-2pm School videos. Fisher & Paykel Appliances Auditorium, Level 1, Owen G Glenn Bldg, 12 Grafton Rd. (8) On the career path – a parents’ guide Marcus Roberts is a Senior Lecturer at the to opportunities with a Law degree University of Auckland Faculty of Law. His legal 9.40-10.10am | 12.20-12.50pm interests lie in contract and tort law, focusing Algie Lecture Theatre, Bldg 801, on common law developments in these areas in Auckland Law School. Take the pathway from New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Australia. Waterloo Quadrant marked on the map. (9) A former solicitor at Minster Ellison Rudd A Law degree from New Zealand’s leading Law Watts, Marcus holds a Master of Laws from the School opens the door to a wide range of careers University of Auckland. – both inside and outside Law. Come along to Kayur Ramsom is an Associate in the Financial hear our Employment Engagement Manager Advisory Services team at PWC working to and recent graduates talk about some of the implement cloud technology for his clients. available options. He also teaches Information Systems at the Business School. He made the most of his time Self-guided library tour at University, being involved in and running a number of clubs and societies, volunteering for 11am-1pm the Police Prosecution Service and participating The Davis Law Library in the Auckland Law Revue, before graduating Take the pathway from Waterloo Quadrant with a BCom/LLB in 2016. marked on the map. (9) www.openday.ac.nz | 19
fmhs.auckland.ac.nz MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES One of the most noble questions an individual can ask is “What does society 8 Level 0 need – and what role can I play in meeting that need?”* Owen G Glenn Building Come along to our presentations and hear from our students, teaching staff and researchers. They’ll tell you first hand what it’s like to study and work in 12 Grafton Rd the world of Medical and Health Sciences. Be inspired by our presentations and speak to one of our team of advisers about your study options and how to start your journey with us. Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) Our faculty supports an enormously diverse Optometry and Vision Science range of vocations in the world of healthcare, all 3 years full-time Play a crucial role in primary healthcare – and of which offer possibilities for rewarding careers. 360 points aim towards cutting-edge clinical, biomedical When you meet professionals from these areas Applications close 8 December 2018. and vision research. you’ll see that, beyond the job titles, many of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor these vocational pathways can lead to truly extraordinary career opportunities. Pharmacy of Surgery (MBChB) Wherever you want your career to go, start your Help improve the health of all New Zealanders 6 years full-time by focusing on the optimal use of medicines 720 points journey with the best. in our society. Pharmacy is a rewarding You must first complete Year I of either the • We’re New Zealand’s leading University in the community-based career, which can include BHSc or the BSc in Biomedical Science. QS World University Rankings 2019. vaccination programmes, monitoring and more. Bachelor of Nursing (BNurs) • We are also placed 18th worldwide for Anatomy and Physiology. Population Health 3 years full-time • The QS World University Rankings by Subject Work to improve the health and wellbeing of 360 points 2018 were great news for our School of communities by addressing issues such as Applications close 8 December 2018. Nursing, which climbed from 50th in 2017 to addiction, poverty and the cultural aspects of Bachelor of Optometry (BOptom) 41st in 2018. health. 5 years full-time 600 points Your healthcare qualifications could lead to amazing opportunities in the following fields: MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES You must first complete Year I of a BSc in Biomedical Science. Medical Sciences Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) Explore the world of scientific and medical LECTURES 4 years full-time advances, where you can make your mark in improving treatments in New Zealand and Information on Biomedical Science, 480 points around the world. Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, You must first complete Year I of a BHSc or Optometry and Pharmacy a BSc. Medicine 9-10am | 11.40am-12.40pm | 2.20-3.20pm Fisher & Paykel Appliances Auditorium, Level 1, Whilst the study of medicine can allow you to Owen G Glenn Bldg, 12 Grafton Rd. (8) Our faculty’s commitment to helping work in general practice, you can also choose Māori and Pacific students find the from many other specialist disciplines to right pathway for their health career improve the lives of patients from a diverse Vision 20:20 – Recruiting and development includes the Certificate range of cultures. The choices you make today retaining Māori and Pacific students in in Health Sciences (CertHSc). We have about your first year of study will influence the the health workforce designed this one-year foundation career outcomes you can achieve tomorrow. 10.20-10.50am | 1-1.30pm programme for Māori and Pacific OGGB5, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Bldg. students who require strengthening in Nursing 12 Grafton Rd. (8) the necessary science-related topics. Draw on your empathy and people skills to Learn about MAPAS, the Whakapiki Ake Project assess patients’ needs and assist accordingly. and the Certificate in Health Sciences programme. Make a difference in this rewarding career. *Inspired by the words of Benjamin Franklin. 20 | COURSES AND CAREERS OPEN DAY 2018
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