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The University of Auckland Courses & Careers Day


11:15 pm in Community, Schools

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Is your teen approaching the end of secondary school and needs to start thinking about what direction to take for their future career?  Stay close to home and consider The University of Auckland.

The University is holding their Open Day on Saturday 27 August 2011 from 9am -3pm and this is your chance to browse the University and experience what it’s like to be a student.

Experience first hand what daily campus life is like, attend lectures and tours, and learn about entry requirements, scholarships and how to gain future careers by studying at The University of Auckland.

There will be plenty of entertainment, food and fun on the day, and current students and staff will also be there to welcome you and answer all your questions.

Start planning the future today and head along to the City Campus at 22 Princes Street Auckland City.

For more information please see the University of Auckland website

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