Come into the careers area if you are interested in the following opportunity for Pasifika students
The Pasifika Law Students’ Society and the Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, the aims of the Pacific Law and Culture Conference are to increase understanding of Pacific legal issues and to strengthen relationships between Pacific legal scholars and students. The Conference provides a platform for emerging and established Pacific legal scholars to consider the critical question of how to make law operate effectively whilst remaining culturally appropriate to the Pacific.
Conference theme: Voices of the Pacific in a Globalised World
In 2018 the theme for the 8th Pacific Law and Culture Conference is Voices of the Pacific in a Globalised World. This theme raises various questions including:
- In an increasingly globalised legal world, what can be done to ensure that Indigenous Pacific voices and perspectives are heard locally, nationally and internationally?
- How can issues of conflict between international law or state law on the one hand, and Pacific culture and/or customary laws on the other be resolved?
- How can Pacific perspectives be incorporated into the laws of states with large Pacific diaspora?
Confirmed keynote speakers are:
- Justice DV Fatiaki, Justice of the Supreme Court of Vanuatu.
- Teleiai Dr Lalotoa Mulitalo, Executive Director/CEO of the Samoa Law Reform Commission and author of Law Reform in Plural Societies(Springer, 2017).
- Dr Claire Slatter, scholar and activist of Fiji. Recent publications include “The New Framework for Pacific Regionalism: Old Kava in a New Tanoa?” in Greg Fry and Sandra Tarte (eds) The New Pacific Diplomacy (ANU Press, Canberra, 2015).
Competition for medical places at the University of Auckland and the University of Otago are fierce. Those institutions only accept the finest students. So how do you show you’re a cut above your peers? And if you’re set on becoming a doctor, is Australia a viable study path for you?
Organise your future and clarify the medical admissions process at our free information session. Learn from medical school experts about applying for and attending medical school in New Zealand and Australia.
Current medical students at The University of Auckland and University of Otago will provide an interactive session, which will cover:
- Careers in medicine
- The academic requirements
- NZ medicine admission requirements per university
- The interview system (MMI) at The University of Auckland
- Applying to Australian medical schools
- Life of a medical student (pre-clinical and clinical years)
- Tackling the common med school misconceptions
You’ll also get a Q&A with medical students at The University of Auckland and University of Otago so you can get answers to your specific needs!
This is an event for the whole family, so bring your parents or your children!
Date: Saturday, 14th April
Time: 1:45pm arrival for a 2pm start. Approx. 2pm-4pm
Location: Rangi Ruru Girls College (Room: Merivale Lane Theatre)
Registration: Via Eventbrite
On Thursday 22/03 all year 13 students will finish period 2 at 10am. Head straight to the hall for an extended assembly. We have an engaging guest speaker that will talk about managing your won finances, including;, budgeting, debt, bank accounts, and loans.
be prompt to the hall
Sun, March 25, 2018
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
This information evening is a student and family information session for high school students interested in becoming student-athletes at U.S. universities and learning about sports scholarships.
During this session you will hear from our NCAA representative, as well as an Education USA expert and former student-athletes. It will cover core course requirements, amateurism, and how to navigate the process in general.
register via eventbrite