Business School Postgraduate Showcase Event as iCalendar

(Student events)

25 May 2017

5 - 7:30pm

Venue: The University of Auckland Business School, Level 0, Case Room 3, Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, Auckland

Register for the Business School Postgraduate Showcase.

Postgraduate study is a powerful agent for change. Our curriculum and research programmes are designed to develop your capabilities to compete on a global stage.

Here at the Business School we offer you the opportunity to undertake advanced disciplinary study and research alongside academics who are internationally renowned and who understand the business world in which you will work.

Take this opportunity to challenge yourself intellectually and to arm yourself with the knowledge and skills needed to lay the foundations for a successful and rewarding career.

Please join us at this special event

Find out about the diverse range of honours, masters and PhD programmes at the postgraduate showcase featuring guest speakers, information booths, networking and refreshments.

Talk to leading academics about the research opportunities available across our departments and how your chosen specialisation can kick-start your career in academia or industry.  

This event is part of the University of Auckland Postgraduate Festival.



Time Topic Details
5pm Welcome: Business School Dean, Professor Jayne Godfrey   Professor Godfrey will discuss the variety of ways you can pursue your passion for advanced learning at New Zealand’s leading business school and experience independent research supervised by our world-class academic staff.
Benefits of postgraduate study: Troy Florence, PwC Partner, Business School alumnus 

Troy graduated from the University of Auckland in 2003 with a Bachelor of Commerce with First Class Honours in Accounting and Finance and a Bachelor of Laws. He is a Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Financial Analyst Charter holder.

Troy has worked at PwC in New Zealand, China and Germany. He was admitted as a partner at the start of 2016.

Troy has been part of PwC's graduate recruitment programme since the beginning of 2017 when he presented at Orientation Week, and has seen a number of our students through the graduate interview process that followed.

Q&A Facilitated by Professor Basil Sharp

Refreshments served in Level 0 Foyer

  Departmental exhibitions Talk to academics about the subject you want to specialise in, find out about research opportunities within the departments, and collect marketing brochures to inform your decision.
7.30pm Event closes