At the AIS (Auckland Institute of Studies) graduation this month, students learned more than just who was graduating alongside them – they picked up valuable lessons for succeeding in their future workplaces.
Both the Keynote Speaker, EY Partner Stephen McKernan, …
“The new Rukuhia Global Leadership Programme lets international students interact with Māori culture in a meaningful way and dive deep into the traditions, beliefs, language and values of Māori people.
AIS students spent the day on a Māori marae (meeting house) participating in workshops that focus …
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 …
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AIS ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS Undergraduate/Graduate Programmes
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of excellence of academic results over the previous two semesters, and take the form of a reduction in tuition fees for further study in the programme.
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! …
Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) Orientation Day (in pictures)- January intake 2018
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AIS MINI BLOG CONTEST – “NEW ZEALAND IN ME” Hashtag: #NZinme (For all AIS students)
– Write 100 – 200 words about the topic: “New Zealand in me”
– Attach 2-3 best photos and/or a video. One must …
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