Kia ora and welcome back to Term 4,
We hope that you have managed to have a relaxing break over the holidays. As we continue in lockdown and distance learning here in Auckland, we have several updates to share with you this week. Please see below for details.
We wish your seniors all the very best for their upcoming exams and as always please feel free to reach out to our team with any questions you may have.
Course Advice Sessions
With lockdown continuing in Auckland, we will be standing up another series of online course advice session in Week 2 and 3 of this term on the 28 October, 1 November and 2 November 2021.
If we have been unable to visit in Term 3 due to covid restrictions we encourage you to share this link with students. Students are also welcome to contact us directly for any questions they may have.
Students are able to Register here
We also have our recorded course advice session available on our website for students to view and for students needing assistance on how to apply, there is also a recording to walk students through this process.
Closing 29 October 2021
Closing 22 November 2021
Young Scholars Programme 2022
Details of the Young Scholars courses for 2022 are now available on our website. This information has also been shared to principals today.
Arts Young Scholars Information Evening
Join our virtual Young Scholars Information Evening on Tuesday 2 November or Thursday 4 November to find out everything you need to know about the programme. There will be lecturers, current Young Scholars, and alumni in attendance to ask questions.
Get on the trading room floor
Check out the brand-new BNZ Trading Room at the Business School. All business students starting in 2022 will get hands-on learning in the state-of-the-art simulated trading room.
Business Majors Evening – catch-up
Thinking about Business in 2022? If you missed our Business Majors Evening last month, the great news is you can catch-up on the recordings of all the sessions – and even ask questions.
Creative Arts and Industries 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
Education and Social Work
Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies (brand new degree!):
Programmes video presentations with staff and students (a panel discussion style):
- Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Education
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Education and Teaching
- Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Huarahi Maori
Bachelor of Sport, Health and PE- where the degree can take you promo videos:
Bachelor of Social Work – our students and graduates answer quick-fire questions about why to study social work and where the degree can take you:
- Eloise Johnstone’s video
- Eunice Amante’s video
- Logan Belk’s video
- Losena Lama Vea’s video
- Rad Fatani’s video
Engineering – Revision Sessions for NCEA Level 3 Calculus and Physics Externals
Designed for all students who identify as female, sessions will cover past exams from the six NCEA Level 3 Physics and Calculus external standards. Our tutors are all current University of Auckland Engineering students from the Women in Engineering Network, from many different backgrounds and specialisations.
Monday 15th, Wednesday 17th, Friday 19th November
2pm – 5pm
Tuesday 16th and Thursday 18th November
2pm – 5pm
Please note: These tutorials will be held in person at the Faculty of Engineering if the University is open at Level 2 or Level 1. At all other alert levels, we will run the same program virtually via Zoom, and will send instructions to all registered attendees closer to the time.
We also still offer free virtual one-on-one tutoring, check our website for more details and to sign up.
The Schools Partnership Office
Schools Partnership Office
Building 103, Level 1, Rm 115
Alfred Nathan House, 24 Princes Street
Register for Updates: auckland.ac.nz/register
Apply now: auckland.ac.nz/apply