Thursday, 18 September 2014 11:04
Monday, 08 September 2014 10:26
Friday, 16 May 2014 13:14
The University of Auckland Engineering graduate
It is always a pleasure when our University of Auckland Foundation Studies graduates return to share their success. Cui, Hao (Harry), recently graduated from the University of Auckland School of Engineering BE (Hons) 1st Class Honours (Megatronics). Harry, who was an exceptional April Fast-track Foundation Studies graduate in 2010, has been appointed to a position at Marsden Point Refinery. ACG staff and students wish Harry every success in his future career and life journey.
Harry and Mr Haines (ACG City Campus Principal)
Friday, 07 March 2014 10:10
Although it is our firm desire that students continue on to The University of Auckland (UoA), some students who successfully complete Foundation make a personal choice to go on to other tertiary institutions. Akshay Shah chose an alternative pathway for particular reasons and that has worked for him. This is his story.
Friday, 31 January 2014 10:54
Haoxuan Yan received news on Friday 31 January that he has been accepted for the Advance 3 year Engineering Programme at The University of Auckland.
Monday, 07 October 2013 09:11
Budding accountants and economists
Tuesday, 06 August 2013 15:41
A teaching career
Tuesday, 30 July 2013 09:33
Gao Ren Yu studied at ACG back in 2003. He started the year in ACG English School and moved on to ACG New Zealand International College in The University of Auckland Certificate in Foundation Studies in July 2003 and in July 2004 entered The University of Auckland to study a Bachelor of Science majoring in Molecular Biology. He later went on to undertake a Master’s Degree in Bioscience enterprise (like an MBA in Science, teaching scientists how to do business). Ren now holds Permanent Residence and is working for Phytomed Ltd as a project manager as well as being involved in the production of pharmaceutical products.
When Ren was at ACG Mrs Lilburn was his tutor and as such did a lot to help him while at ACG. He was delighted to catch up with her on his recent visit to the City Campus. Recently, Ren considered the question, “If I had one day to live, what would I want to achieve?” After some time he decided he would want to share something of what he had learned with other people. This has led him to consider a vocation in teaching. We wish Ren, who is married and has a young son, the very best for his future.
Thursday, 14 February 2013 09:07
In 2012 ACG City Campus entered eight students in the New Zealand