Industry News

AIS Achieves Positive Results from 2018 Performance-Based Research Funding

May 30, 2019 |

Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) is proud to announce a significant increase in the number of staff that were awarded a quality category for their research in the latest assessment. The interim results of the 2018 Quality Evaluation of Performance … Read More

Auckland Institute of Studies maintains its top ranking

April 10, 2019 |

Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) believes that delivering first-class education should be the number one priority of every New Zealand institution. That belief has paid off, with AIS again being recognised by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) as a … Read More

Auckland hospitality is changing – how will you keep up?

November 1, 2018 |

With new hotels opening in Auckland, changes to immigration regulations, and a perceived shortage of hospitality workers all on our minds this year, there’s no doubt the hospitality industry is facing significant changes – and challenges. Facing those challenges head … Read More

Short on staff? You don’t need to be!

September 6, 2018 |

Across the country, all signs are pointing to there being a shortage of hospitality workers. For the past year, the number of tourism and hospitality jobs advertised online has increased by 15.8 per cent, one of the biggest increases of … Read More

Meet Anup Dhananjay Mulay – Graduate Diploma in Business at AIS 2017

May 10, 2018 |

Anup Mulay gained employment at RWA Technology as a Talent Acquisition Specialist after completing a Graduate Diploma in Business at Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) in May 2017. Anup came to New Zealand through IDP India.

We caught up with him to talk about his student … 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

AIS CAREERS EXPO 2018!

April 17, 2018 |

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.

Watch video:

Key industry partners with Auckland Institute … Read More

AIS students use Analytics to perform Crime Prediction – IT Programme (in pictures)

March 2, 2018 |

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 … Read More

AIS host guest lecture: “Future internet: Information-Centric Networking for Internet of Things.”

February 15, 2018 |

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 … Read More

8TH BIENNIAL CRIE CONFERENCE – POWERPOINT SLIDES

February 12, 2018 |

8TH BIENNIAL CRIE CONFERENCE – POWERPOINT SLIDES

  1. Adam Brown technology and spelling
  2. Addison Taumoepeau Tourism Boom
  3. Addison Taumoepeau Volunteer Tourism
  4. AlShamaa & Pranish plagiarism
  5. Beverly Chen et al Hospitality
  6. Brexit_Saida_ Bob
  7. Ershad Ali Bangladesh
  8. Ewen MackenzieBowie Apocalypse No! … Read More