Event management students play their part in ArtweekAs part of their Event Production paper, Bachelor of Arts in Event Management students were involved in Artweek Auckland at more than 100 venues across the city.
Third-year student, Danielle Walker-Holt has assisted contemporary artist Tiffany Singh in the set-up and display of her work (pictured). The installation is a Food for Art project, where members of the public are encouraged to trade food items for individuals/ families in need, in exchange for a beeswax sculpture, donated by sustainable honey firms.
Student roles for the event include the management of volunteers, co-ordination of the launch and social media activation; giving students valuable industry experience and skills.
Education facilities at the School of Hospitality and Tourism are among the best in Australasia and many of our students are now building careers in the events, hospitality and tourism industries.
As a student, you will be learning from the best and developing top level skills that open employment doors worldwide.
Congratulations to all award recipients at the School of Hospitality and Tourism prizegiving in December! Read the list of recipients >>
Bachelor of International Hospitality Management
Bachelor of Arts
In addition to the above majors, a variety of minors and electives give you the opportunity to broaden your programme of study.
Other undergraduate programmes
Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Arts (including Event Management and Tourism Studies)
Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in International Hospitality Management
Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in International Tourism Management
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