Find out about the University of Auckland’s Science Scholars programme – an exciting new initiative for the best and brightest science students. As part of this programme, undergraduates join a select group from across the Faculty and work closely with the University of Auckland’s leading scientists and teachers to support and extend each other. As you earn your degree you will develop the skills you need to thrive in a science-based career, taking part in research activities and participating in specialised lectures and seminars.
Register for the event here
Entry to the Science Scholars programme is competitive and we are interested in both your potential for academic success and your engagement with activities outside the classroom.
There is more information on our FAQs, programme structure and the benefits of the Science Scholars here.
Join EducationUSA Australia & New Zealand for a general virtual information session on pathways to study in the USA. EducationUSA advisers will provide an overview of U.S. higher education with tips on how to start the research process, understand funding sources, and apply. There will be plenty of time for questions! (NOTE: this session will be recorded)
Register for FREE: https://bit.ly/3kDNXaU
Wondering how to study in the United States? Chat with representatives from 45 accredited U.S. colleges and universities at the EducationUSA U.S. Higher Education Virtual Fair!
Ask questions that will help you define your priorities and learn about admissions requirements and funding opportunities. Open to students, parents, and school representatives.
Register for FREE: https://acfairs.easyvirtualfair.com/prefair/
Study to become a qualified Radiation Therapist and work in a fast-paced high-tech environment which also involves patient care. If you are looking for a health career that combines science, caring and technology, this three-year degree is a great choice. Taught from our Wellington campus, it opens up excellent career opportunities in cancer care.
Why study Radiation Therapy?
You will play a vital part in the treatment of cancer and learn about this disease which touches most families at some time. Due to the lengthy nature of cancer treatment, five days a week for up to seven weeks, you’ll get to know the patients and their whānau well, which is very rewarding.
Excellent communication skills are required as you will be providing a high level of care and support throughout each patient’s course of treatment.
You will be working in a field that is globally at the forefront of research and technology development. This ensures you will keep up-to-date with new ways of treating cancer.
It also offers a good opportunity for work/life balance as working hours are typically within a normal working day. NB This qualification is offered at Otago University’s Wellington campus
1) Virtual Information Evening, 5-6pm Thursday 5 August
This will be very similar to last year’s very popular Zoom event and gives those thinking about RT the opportunity to hear from a few students and learn about what this career entails, including Q&A with current students.
2) Radiation Therapy On-campus Open Day, 3-5pm Friday 20 August, Wellington campus
Please visit the following link for more information and to register: https://www.otago.ac.nz/wellington/departments/radiationtherapy/
AUT’s Art & Design Information Day is designed for prospective students who intend to apply for AUT’s art and design undergraduate programmes. The event equips you with the information you need to submit your portfolio to meet admission requirements for the Bachelor of Visual Arts or the Bachelor of Design, and give general information about the courses.
Sessions on the day
This event has sessions covering AUT’s Bachelor of Visual Arts (which has pathways in Sculpture and Intermedia, Painting and Printmaking, Photography and Lens Based Media), and AUT’s Bachelor of Design (with majors in Communication Design, Digital Design, Fashion Design, Industrial Design, Interaction Design or Spatial Design). It is also the perfect opportunity for you to find out more about interdisciplinary minors.
There will be morning and afternoon sessions covering each major throughout the day.
Bring your portfolio
We encourage you to bring along your portfolios of work to this event (even if still under development) for feedback and guidance.
Interested in joining the NZ Police? Year 11, 12 and 13 boys interested in finding out about this career pathway are invited to attend this presentation on Tuesday (22 June) in R3/4 at 1:45pm during form-time. Find out about entry requirements, different roles in the police and the recruitment process. To attend, you need to sign up: Here
Interested in joining the NZ Airforce, Army or Navy? Come along to this presentation to find out about life in the forces, different roles, the application process and whether this could be a good fit for you. Year 12 and 13 students are invited to attend this session in R3/4 on Tuesday 8 June at 1:45pm. Sign up to attend: Here
Join us at an information evening to hear from our staff and students about life at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington.
You’ll find out about study options, scholarships, accommodation, and living in Wellington, as well as what to expect in your first year of study. Bring your whānau, friends, and questions. Our team are there to make sure you get all the answers you need.
Thursday 10 June, 6–8.30 pm
Aotea Centre, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland Central
Interested in becoming an architect or want to find out more? Enjoy design and technology subjects? Years 11-13 boys are invited to hear from old Liston boy and architect Danny Inglis about this exciting career pathway.
Come along to hear about the work of an architect, skills used and training needed. This is part of the ‘Careers on Tuesdays’ sessions and is happening on Tuesday 25 May in R3/4 in afternoon form-time at 1:45pm.
To attend please register: Here
Interested in a career in the trades? Being an apprentice and training in trades has become even more attractive career path for school leavers. The Government has announced apprenticeships are now FREE, employers who train can apply for support from MSD as well. With this growing interest in mind, BCITO (Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation) is holding an event for students who are keen on a career in building and construction.
Hear about working in the industry directly from employers and apprentices. Talk to our team about opportunities in all 16 of the trades we have apprenticeships in.
BCITO TradeSecrets isn’t just for students though. It is also for parents and caregivers, who are encouraged to attend with their young person and hear first-hand about the many valuable and rewarding career opportunities in this industry.
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Venue: Alexandra Park, Rutherford Room – Google Maps link here