Our programmes have a strong focus on real-world learning, and our Co-operative Education paper gives Bachelor of Arts students the opportunity to apply their learning in the workplace.
As a Bachelor of Arts student, you spend your final semester working with an organisation on a project related to your major, a great way to get practical industry experience, while still being able to get feedback from AUT lecturers.
This provides an opportunity to reflect on the relationship between your studies, practice and your own skills. With this unique structure and the industry knowledge it provides, our graduates are not only experienced but have a distinctive qualification that sets them apart.
Organisations where students have recently completed their workplace experience include:
- Auckland City Council
- Centre for Refugee Education
- Schools: Secondary and Primary
- Private Language Schools
- Random House Publishing
- Japanese publishing companies
- Women's Day magazine
- Red Cross
- Tokyo Food (importers)
- Auckland Deaf Centre
- New Zealand Institute of International Understanding
- Department of Internal Affairs
- Citizens' Advice Bureau
- Office of Ethnic Affairs
- Friendship House, Manukau
- Japan Travel Bureau
- UNANZ (United Nations)
- Chinese New Settlers' Services Trust.
Last updated: 21-Feb-2017 10.03am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.