Industry connections

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Student Profile – Eruini Paranihi

As part of his AUT Bachelor of Māori Development, Eru completed a final-year work placement at NZME Radio. As a result of his hard work during his co-op, Eru was then offered a full-time role as breakfast producer and operations assistant at Flava, which is part of NZME Radio. Read Eru's story here

Study with us and you not only learn academic knowledge related to your discipline, but also gain experience of the wider world and valuable industry contacts. Industry experience is a key part of AUT's Bachelor of Māori Development and Bachelor of Arts.

Our students undertake work placements in:

  • Radio and television
  • Film production
  • Teaching across all sectors
  • Tribal organisations
  • Government agencies
  • Community organisations

Industry partners

Our qualifications are designed in consultation with industry, keeping our courses relevant to the changing world. This means our graduates are well prepared for exciting careers in Māori media, Māori development, multimedia, organisational development and business. Find out more here.

Workplace experience

We have strong connections to the industries our students aim to enter after graduating. In their final year our Māori media and Māori development students complete an industry placement for an organisation related to their major, and often these placements lead to full-time employment after graduation. Employers also find the work placement programme hugely beneficial. Find out more here.

Last updated: 31-Aug-2016 9.49am

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.