Career Advice

Time To Upskill Your Hospitality Staff

January 8, 2019 |

The New Zealand hospitality industry is booming. Figures from the Restaurant Association show that around 50 percent of people dine out at least once a week. From March 2015 to March 2016 overall sales increased by 8.5 percent, with 9.7 … Read More

Meet Navneet Singh – Bachelor of Hospitality Management Programme at AIS

July 2, 2018 |

Navneet Singh is from New Delhi, India and graduated with a Bachelor of Hospitality Management from AIS in 2015. With his passion for hospitality, it was easy for Navneet to gain employment upon graduation and permanent residency in New Zealand through Skilled Migrant Category.

We … Read More

5 Tips For Building Your Professional Network in New Zealand (an AIS student blog)

June 18, 2018 |

Written by: Shan Zhong

Building a professional network is crucial for business, and business students as well. It is an opinion that is echoed by AIS lecturers. However, international students come alone to a new country and have to start from … Read More

An internship experience with Skydive Auckland – Tourism Management Programme at AIS

June 15, 2018 |

Li MoYing (Eva) studies Tourism Management at Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) and is currently doing an internship with Skydive Auckland.

We spoke to Eva about her internship experience to understand more about her study journey in New Zealand.

Please introduce yourself

My name is Li MoYing (Eva) … Read More

Meet Merlin Xing – AIS Graduate in Hospitality Management Programme!

May 6, 2018 |

Merlin Xing graduated from Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management Programme at AIS. Thanks to a very hands-on training programme and professional knowledge gained at AIS, Merlin found a casual job during his study and a full-time job at Sky City as … Read More

Commitment, focus, multiculturalism: Why hiring international students is just good business

April 30, 2018 |

Your customers are changing. So why aren’t your staff? Today, Kiwi hospitality businesses are catering to an ever-changing array of people, and hiring international students who reflect those people is just good business sense.

But hiring international students brings far … Read More

The State of The IT Sector in New Zealand

February 14, 2018 |

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 … Read More

Work Connect – supporting international student graduates to find work in New Zealand

December 13, 2017 |

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 … Read More

Press Release: Tonga Institute of Higher Education (TIHE) and the Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) pathway

December 6, 2017 |

Press Release

Wednesday 6th December 2017

Tonga Media

Semisi Palaki Mavaetangi recently graduated with a Bachelor of Information Technology degree having taken the Tonga Institute of Higher Education (TIHE) and the Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) pathway.

My … Read More

Jey Study Education Discovery Mission for Russian Teachers to New Zealand 2017

December 5, 2017 |

Welcome 14 selected teachers from Russia to New Zealand to visit schools, colleges and universities.

Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) was happy to be one of the destinations for Russian teachers and students.


Watch the interview

Location: Muriwai Beach, Auckland, New … Read More