The AIS Careers Expo partners with key organisations to help students pathway from learning to real world success. The exhibition was organised by the AIS Student Careers Centre on Thursday, 12 April 2018.
Key industry partners with Auckland Institute …
Jyoti Notani – an AIS alumna led a workshop on IBM Watson for Crime Analytics.
Crime Prediction using various Data Mining methods was Jyoti’s final year project organised and supervised by Dr. Neda Hamid in 2017. Jyoti who is currently at MVP …
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 …
8TH BIENNIAL CRIE CONFERENCE – POWERPOINT SLIDES
- Adam Brown technology and spelling
- Addison Taumoepeau Tourism Boom
- Addison Taumoepeau Volunteer Tourism
- AlShamaa & Pranish plagiarism
- Beverly Chen et al Hospitality
- Brexit_Saida_ Bob
- Ershad Ali Bangladesh
- Ewen MackenzieBowie Apocalypse No! …
The Centre for Research in International Education (CRIE) was established a decade ago, in order to provide a forum for discussion, conferences, research, publication, collaboration, etc in the field of education.
ONLINE LEARNING IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
The rapid growth of education services across international borders, seen in recent years, is expected to continue in the future. This growth demands the attention of policy makers, researchers, academics and other interested …
Are you an international student about to graduate (level 7 or above)? Are you planning to stay and look for work in New Zealand on a post-study work visa?
Work Connect is a free 10-hour programme that can support …
Dr Julia Hennessy – President of Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) was invited to attend the graduation of Tonga Institute of Higher Education (TIHE) in the Kingdom of Tonga.
I was privileged to be invited to the graduation, in the …
A networking breakfast was organised by Student Career Centre at Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS), Asquith Campus this morning.
The topic was: “Utilising Global Talent in New Zealand”
AIS would like to take this opportunity to thank industry partners for …
Congratulations to Dr Michael Watts – Academic Head of Information Technology Programmes and the team for winning Best Paper Award at the CITRENZ 2017 conference last month.
Abdelhamid, N., Cabiling, D., Watts, M.J., and Choe, K.W. Intelligently Derived Features that Influence …