Year 11-13 students interested in the University of Auckland should read on for info on the following events:
- Course Advice Webinar for Y13s (choose from 7,, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16 Sept)
- Arts Outreach student drop-ins for any questions about subjects in an Arts degree. You can also find out about the Young Scholars programme, which is similar to UC STAR courses which secondary school students can do in Y12-13 online.
Speak Up: Global Studies and Communication Schools Day (8th Oct, TBC, online)
- Impact Day: Co-creating a Fairer Aotearoa (16th Oct, TBC, online or in person)
- Business School Majors Evening, Thurs 23 Sept, online
- Creative Arts & Industries Faculty workshops
- Your World, Your Way – a very cool interactive virtual tour of Auckland Uni
- International Students Open Week
- Summer Start – UniBound Summer School
See below for more details and registration links for these events.
University of Auckland Course Advice Webinar
Join the team from the University of Auckland at one of our webinars to hear about how to plan for your first year of study with us. In this webinar we will talk you through our application and offer process, explain how your first year will look, walk you through some examples of degree planning and show you how to enrol with Timetable Planner.
Register for the session that you are interested to attend and we will send you the link to join us.
We look forward to seeing you soon and helping you out with the next steps on your journey to becoming a student at the University of Auckland.
Arts Outreach updates
Our Arts Outreach team will be offering daily Zoom drop-in sessions for students throughout Level 4 and into Level 3. While we are part of the Arts Faculty, we are happy to help with any bigger questions around applications, scholarships, etc. (or at least we can point you in the right direction for who else to ask!).
Monday-Friday, 11.30am-12.30am. Student drop ins.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7-8pm. Student and parent drop ins.
We know some students prefer to use instant messenger, so prospective students or parents can also contact the Arts Outreach team through our Facebook Business page, here.
Arts Outreach are also happy to run online Young Scholars presentations for any schools that would like them. For any students interested in Psychology Young Scholars, this comes under Arts and are some of the most popular courses. There are two presentations planned for the 2 November (in person TBC) and 4 November (online) for students and parents.
If you are interested in organising a Young Scholars presentation for your students please contact email@example.com
Some dates for your calendar – Further information to come
Speak Up: Global Studies and Communication Schools Day
(8th October, TBC, online or in-person depending on alert levels).
Are you a Year 11-13 student interested in global issues and how we communicate? Do you want a degree that will expose you to new ways of thinking about the world and empower you to become a future leader? Join the discussion with our inspiring Department of Global Studies and Communication academics and engage with the important issues that are shaping Aotearoa today.
Impact Day: Co-creating a Fairer Aotearoa
(16th October, TBC, online or in-person depending on alert levels).
Are you a Year 11-13 student interested in social justice and activism? Join the discussion with our inspiring Faculty of Arts academics and engage with the important issues that impact our communities within Aotearoa.
For any questions, please contact our Arts Outreach team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Business School Majors Evening
Join us for an online Business Majors Evening on Thursday 23 September and explore your options.
Reps from each major will be on hand, so come along with any questions about our study options for some Q&A.
5-5.30pm: Introduction to our majors and specialisation, course planning and advice
5.30-6.10pm: Accounting, Finance, Commercial Law, Taxation
6.10-6.50pm: Marketing, Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, International Business
6.50-7.30pm: Economics, Business Analytics, Information Systems, Operations and Supply Chain Management
Date: Thursday 23 September 2021
CAI Student-Led Workshops
The Creative Arts and Industries faculty is still running their popular student-led workshops during this online time. Virtual workshops run by current students and based on stage one assignments are available across all our disciplines and have received very positive feedback:
“It is such a powerful way to bridge the gap between high schoolers and uni students. I’m very excited that my older students got to make some meaningful connections today and leave inspired to create. Such a great thing! Thanks so much for organising this!”
Suggested subject areas of interest:
Design/Art/DVC classes – Architecture/Design/Fine Arts
Music classes – Music (song-writing, jazz, brass, classical etc.)
Dance classes – Dance
Geography/Economics/Philosophy classes – Urban Planning
Please ask your subject teachers to book via this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/caiworkshops
Your World, Your Way
International Open Week
The International Office will offer a 2-day virtual event between 15 and 16 September for undergraduate and postgraduate international students. There will be over 50 interactive live sessions with top academics and University staff. The International Open Week is another excellent opportunity for international students to engage and learn more about their study options and life at the University of Auckland.
The International Open Week registration page is now live, and students can register for the event.
Summer Start, UniBound Summer, Tōia ki Waipapa