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If you’re an international student that’s recently arrived in New Zealand, it’s likely that you feel a little lost in this little country. Despite the small size, living in a city like Auckland is unparalleled to anywhere else.
According to Statistics New Zealand, …
#NZINME – MINI-BLOG CONTEST (BY BARBARA SALAS)
My diverse background in Chile: Before coming to New Zealand for further study, I studied Bachelor of Biochemistry at the University of Chile for five years. After graduation, I was further trained in the Police Department and worked as a Detective for seven years.
Now, I’m studying in the IT programme at AIS and I want to become a data scientist in the near future. My diverse background in education and work experience actually supported my further study and helped me to adapt quickly to the new environment.
My new life in NZ: I have found my professors and classmates at AIS to be very supportive. Why did I choose New Zealand? Because it is a wonderful country with nice people and similar weather to Chile. Together with my family, we have traveled to a variety of tourist attractions. To my family, New Zealand or “Aotearoa” is a perfect place to study and share with family and friends.
Author: Habib Syed Ahsan
About me: My name is Habib Syed Ahsan. I am currently studying Bachelor of Information Technology Programme (BIT) at Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS), New Zealand. I have been here for one and a half years now and I am …
Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) offers internship programmes for different young individuals in the world to come and work three months at the Institute. This year we welcome Joost Bakker from the Netherlands. We sat down to talk to him about the programme.
HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR FROM AUCKLAND INSTITUTE OF STUDIES (AIS), NEW ZEALAND!
The atmosphere at AIS Campus this morning!
Students from South Korea, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Mongolia and many more share the Lunar New Year celebration at AIS Campus.
The IT Programmes at AIS often host guest lecturers to talk about recent updates in the IT sector in New Zealand and around the world.
Today’s guest lecturer was Prof. Madya Dr. Kashif Nisar from Universiti Malaysia Sabah. The topic of the lecture was: “Future internet: Information-Centric Networking for Internet of Things.”
Dr. Kashif Nisar is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Computing and Informatics at University Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia. He holds a number of visiting professor positions in well-known universities such the McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada, University of Auckland, New Zealand and Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan and has done Post-Doctoral studies at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
Reflecting on the lecture, one of our AIS students said:
The lecture was very technical and at a high level; we found it very interesting and exciting. It gave a lot of food for thought about the future of internet, networking and internet of things.
IT Programmes with the focus of practical training approach have trained and connected hundreds of students with their dream jobs in the IT field upon graduation.
Hi, my name is Archana Kawatra and I have just started my full-time job as Head of Sales and Marketing for Amora Hotel Auckland, New Zealand.
I completed the Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management (GDTM) at Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) successfully in December 2017 with GPA of 8.143. Together with previous international work experience in India and Dubai in different hotels, I was offered a full time position right after graduation.
I would like to extend my sincere thanks to AIS and lecturers who have contributed to my journey to success today. My special gratitude goes to Dr. Semisi Taumoepeau, lecturer Dr. Jonathon Spring, Anna Addison and Dr. Nick Towner for a great programme. They all made the course seem to be very easy with so much fun and enthusiasm. I have learnt a lot of practical skill sets in Tourism to apply into the work place.
I am also very happy to get a Scholarship for Academic Excellence for the third semester, and this I believe is indeed very motivating.
I have travelled across New Zealand during the last year and have explored Waiheke Island, Coromandel, Tauranga, Rotorua and the Hobbiton Movie Set – to name a few places.
It’s time for my full time job again, and I am looking forward to my business trip to Wellington next week.
Thanks for sharing with us your success story, Archana Kawatra!
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Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) spoke to Christie John, a Licensed New Zealand Immigration Advisor about the IT sector and its development in New Zealand.
What do you think about the IT sector in New Zealand?
IT and its applications have penetrated the …
#NZINME – MINI-BLOG CONTEST (BY BHOOMIKA PATEL)
My name is Bhoomika Patel I am currently studying Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS).
Nature lovers: Anyone who loves nature and scenic beauty cannot ignore New Zealand. I fell in love with New Zealand while I travelled around this beautiful country and enjoyed many breath-taking views of beaches, mountains, waterfalls and rainbows.
Adventure: New Zealand is unique in its adventure. I have participated in many thrilling activities in New Zealand such as Kayaking, Luge Rides, Gondola, Zip line and Sky-Swing everywhere we go.
I am planning to explore more adventures in Queenstown which is the hub of beautiful scenery and full of thrilling games. I found New Zealand to be a real goddess of nature.
Exciting local culture: While living in New Zealand I also learnt many Maori words to enhance my knowledge about local culture. They have very different pronunciation and it is difficult for me but I have enjoyed learning it. I have read many blogs, histories and articles about New Zealand history and its festivals such as Tamaki Herenga Waka Festival, Waitangi Day and many cities’ establishment anniversaries and so on.
The culture of New Zealand is so amazing, I have enjoyed watching Haka performances many times already. I found New Zealand a paradise which soothes the soul and gives peace. For me, New Zealand is a blend of ‘Beauty’, ‘Nature’ and ‘Peace’.
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