Postgraduate Fair 2013, 30 May

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Postgraduate Fair 2013

Registration is essential at www.auckland.ac.nz/pgfair 

30 May 2013

6pm – 8pm

Venue: Owen G Glen Building, 12 Grafton Road, City Campus

 

Postgraduate study at NICAI

Postgraduate study at the National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries (NICAI) opens up a wealth of academic and professional career opportunities in the creative arts and industries. We offer a full range of postgraduate programmes at diploma, masters and doctoral level, in the disciplines of architecture, urban planning, urban design, dance studies, fine arts and music. You will work with academic staff and fellow students who are experts and entrepreneurs, artists and professional practitioners, with opportunities for interdisciplinary and collaborative practice across the faculty.

All our programmes have been carefully designed to respond to the need of those aspiring to both professional and academic careers, and will give you ample opportunity to engage with creative practitioners and scholars both here and abroad.

 

Summer Scholarships: Take Five

Each year, NICAI offers a number of Summer Scholarships for student research projects during the summer months, prior to enrolment in one of our postgraduate programmes. Each scholarship provides a $5000 stipend for the student.

Summer projects are an excellent way to prepare yourself for postgraduate study by being paid to explore an area that interests you. Become immersed in research while working closely with academic staff.

Join us in a series of quick-fire presentations from some of this year’s summer scholarship winners and see how you too could kick start your postgraduate research.

Thursday 30  May

Time: 6.30-7.30pm

Venue: Case Room 3, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, City Campus

 

Course advice

For information on postgraduate study at NICAI come and talk to our friendly staff at the NICAI Student Centre.

9am-5pm Monday – Friday

Location: NICAI Student Centre, Level 2, Building 421, (Architecture and Planning Building), 26 Symonds Street, City Campus

 

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