AUT University Certificate in Foundation Studies
All the latest news from ACG Pathways Campus.
On Friday, May 20th and Saturday, May 21st, the ACG Norton College History class visited the Bay of Islands area to see first-hand the places that were the birthplace of Aotearoa/New Zealand.
The common room at the ACG Pathways Campus was buzzing on the 24th of March as the next generation of business people tested their skills by organising and operating their own market stalls.
Congratulation to our nine 2016 ACG Pathways Campus International Student Ambassadors (ISAs). They have come highly endorsed by their teachers. The ISA Programme was the initiative of Jessica Phuang QSM. Jessica is the Asian Liaison Officer for Auckland Central Police.
Maggie Fuentes from Bogota, Colombia visited ACG Pathways Campus in February as part of an eight week study destination experience arranged by English New Zealand and Education New Zealand. Maggie’s brief was to observe classes, experience the culture and scenery of New Zealand and report in her blogs about her ’Kiwi’ journey.
Mohit Nimavat is a graduate of the AUT University Certificate in Foundation Studies delivered by ACG. After successfully completing a Bachelor of Engineering Technology at AUT University , Mohit is now working as a Production Engineer for Nalco in Auckland.
Another year is drawing to an end and AUT University Certificate in Foundation Studies students have celebrated their graduation at the Langham Hotel. One of the special guests at the ceremony was Rachel (Dahae) Kim, an AUT Foundation alumna who is about to complete her Bachelor degree at AUT. Rachel delivered an inspiring speech encouraging the AUT Foundation graduates to continue to work hard and get out of their comfort zone. You can read the full speech below.
Young adults living without their parents for the first time in another country face unique challenges in keeping themselves safe. For ACG City Campus student, Mengfei Liu from Beijing, she wanted to help other students avoid the pitfalls of a new city.
Speaking Club is a new initiative at ACG City Campus. It is voluntary, and over 200 hundred students participate in the weekly sessions that provide a range of activities for them to improve their English speaking. The following report was written by one of the participants.