Gain a solid understanding of how businesses operate and the key issues you will face as a future decision-maker in business. Your study is informed by the latest business research and relevant industry examples. You learn from leading academics at an internationally accredited business school – we’re among an elite group of 5% of business schools worldwide accredited by AACSB International.
Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, Canada
At AUT we believe it is important that business students have an opportunity to gain international experience. The AUT Business School has established exchange relationships with a large number of universities and business schools throughout the world and the list continues to grow.
An exchange is a programme of full time study for 1 to 2 semesters (maximum) at a university or business school overseas, which is a formal partner of AUT's Business School. These studies are credited back to a student's AUT business degree.
Exchange partners include:
People's Republic of China
United States of America
Job stresses put pressure on aged care workforce
Dr Katherine Ravenswood
Staff in the aged care sector are stressed, struggling with work hours and aren't feeling financially rewarded for their efforts. That's the findings of the 2016 New Zealand Aged Care Workforce Survey, an update of a 2014 snapshot of pay, work conditions, job satisfaction, capability and workplace safety of healthcare assistants, nurses and managers working in residential aged care and community aged care.
Researchers find Teen Parent Units have positive impact
New Zealand teenage mothers with access to Teen Parent Units (TPUs) had better educational outcomes than those with no access, according to empirical research co-authored by AUT economists.
The researchers found that after having their babies, teen mothers living close to a TPU were more likely to return to school and more likely to achieve NCEA Level 1.
Public lecture: The Journey to a Learned Profession
When: Wednesday, 29 March 2017 at 5.30pm
Where: WG308 Conference Room, Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, Auckland 1010
What do the learned professions have in common? The Pathways Commission report notes that the learned professions require advanced learning that is critical to preparation for practice, and academic research that is purposefully integrated into the practice of those professions.
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