From theme parks to school-leaver and first-year scholarships, Sonna covers a lot of ground in this week’s featured blog. In particular, you should read her advice on scholarships, as applications close soon. (You can go to Rainbow’s End anytime.)
From theme parks to school leaver and first year scholarships Sonna covers

Everything you need to know about scholarships | The Inside Word Blog

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Syed Dawood
Rachel Clark
Come to Open Day 2017 and find out what it’s really like to study at the University of Auckland.

Talk to like-minded students, academics, and advisers about what you want to study, get the Uni life lowdown from our Inside Word bloggers, go on a campus tour, or sit in on a lecture.

In between sessions check out live music, and fuel up at one of many food trucks and cafe's on campus.

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Come to Open Day 2017 and find out what it’s really like

Courses and Careers Open Day 2017

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Rachel Clark
Tracy Hearn
Louise Shackleton
Are you new to the University in Semester Two and studying Engineering or Science? Make sure you come along to your Faculty Orientation Day tomorrow. See you at 8.45am in John Hood Plaza (don’t worry if it’s raining, as you’ll be indoors!).
Are you new to the University in Semester Two and studying Engineering

Semester 2 Faculty Orientation Programme

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Deciding where to live next year? Take a look around our self-catered residences on Saturday 29 July, open to University students from second year to postgrad level. Applications for 2018 open Tuesday 1 August!
Deciding where to live next year Take a look around our self

Self-catered Residences Open Day

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Donna Hesseltine
Kiriana Smith
Are you new to the University in Semester Two and studying Arts, Business or Creative Arts and Industries? Make sure you come along to your Faculty Orientation Day tomorrow. See you at 8.45am in John Hood Plaza (don’t worry if it’s raining, as you’ll be indoors!).
Are you new to the University in Semester Two and studying Arts

Semester 2 Faculty Orientation Programme

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Are you a high achieving undergraduate student with dreams of postgraduate study at Oxford?
Come along to an information evening for the Rhodes Scholarship on Monday 24 July, 5pm in the Owen G Glenn Building, room 260-040B. There will be guest speakers talking about the Rhodes Scholarship, who will also be available to answer any questions you might have on applying in the near future.
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Are you a high achieving undergraduate student with dreams of postgraduate study

The Rhodes Scholarship

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Kanav Singh
Andrea Windleburn
Aram Mohammed
Are you a postgraduate or international student who is new to the University in Semester Two this year? Make sure you come along to your Orientation tomorrow!
Are you a postgraduate or international student who is new to the

Semester 2 Orientation Programme

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Mellita Joanna Barboza
Thomas Mules
Are you up for a challenge? Could you present your research in three minutes? If yes, then this is the competition for you!
Enter the 3 Minute Thesis Heats and stand a chance of winning a trip to Brisbane if you reach the finals. Don’t miss the opportunity to win this and other great prizes! Get your entry in today before it’s too late! Entry criteria and further info available at .
Are you up for a challenge Could you present your research in

3 Minute Thesis - Faculty Heats 2017

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Selvan Ratnam
'How important is New Zealand science in the big picture of things?' Following TVNZ 1's What Next?, Professor Shaun Hendy talks about this and more with Professor Rod Dunbar from the School of Biological Science.
'How important is New Zealand science in the big picture of things

How important in New Zealand science in the big picture of thi...

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Gareth Jess
Kate Hamill
Emily-Jane Dasent
Don’t miss the opportunity to get free one-on-one course advice for the Semester ahead. Course advice sessions are on all week until Saturday 22 July at the General Library.
Don’t miss the opportunity to get free one on one course advice

Course advice sessions this week

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Michael Henwood
Deb Whitehead
Are you looking for a place to live, but don’t want to live alone? Come along to one of our speed flatting sessions next week.
Are you looking for a place to live but don’t want to

Speed Flatting

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Ammu Nithya
Aidellane Bekker
John Gorham
Arts graduates Tiana and Troy explain how their degree has helped them to work in media and publicity.
Arts graduates Tiana and Troy explain how their degree has helped them

Faculty of Arts, The University of Auckland: Graduate Video - ...

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Madeleine Smith
Andre De Godoy Nunes
Applications are open for our University of Auckland school-leaver scholarships, so don't forget to apply before 23 August 2017! For tips and detailed information on applying for these scholarships, check out our website.
Applications are open for our University of Auckland school leaver scholarships so

Up to $20,000 per undergraduate scholarship

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Alexander Goh
Penny Mander
Milan Law
We have some IT maintenance scheduled over the weekend which will limit access to student home drives from Friday 14 July 7.30pm to Monday 17 July 5am.

During this time, all files on files.auckland.ac.nz (including IC, Arts, Business and Science H: drives) will be read-only. This also includes files accessed using HomeWeb. Any updated files can be saved to an alternate drive (or Google... View more »
Daniel Hulton
This two-day summit at the Business School aims for New Zealand to be globally recognised for its creative approach to society, business and community challenges. Join senior business, academic and creative leaders on 5-6 September to listen, debate, converse and learn. Registrations open now.
This two day summit at the Business School aims for New Zealand

Creativity: The HeART of Business

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Nominations are open for Blues Awards!
2016 winner and Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts student, Riley Phillips-Harris, won gold at the ITF Mighty Fist World Cup (International Taekwon-Do Federation) and ISKA (International Sports Kickboxing Association) US Open World Cup, and was a quarter finalist at the 2015 Taekwon-Do World Championships in Venice, Italy.

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Nominations are open for Blues Awards 2016 winner and Bachelor of Laws

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Roya Gh
Seebu Sarma
There's still time to enrol for EXERSCI 100G for Semester Two! Join us to uncover the myths and reality behind exercise and fitness. With no background in Science required, this course is perfect for anyone interested in health, fitness and how the body works.
There's still time to enrol for EXERSCI 100G for Semester Two Join

EXERSCI 100G Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality

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Should we give our government license to fail sometimes? What Next? Futurist Think Tank guest Professor Shaun Hendy talks to Associate Professor of Politics Jennifer Curtin following TVNZ 1's interactive series that sparked a national online conversation.
Should we give our government license to fail sometimes What Next Futurist

Should we give our government license to fail sometimes?

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Joy Andrews
Michael Gibson
John Hobbs Edmonds
Need help choosing your courses for Semester Two? Drop in for free one-on-one course advice at the General Library.
Need help choosing your courses for Semester Two Drop in for free

Course advice sessions

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Hear why some of our postgrad students choose the University of Auckland.
To find out more about postgrad study and making the move to Auckland, come and meet us in Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington and Hamilton between 17–20 July. Learn more and register at .
Hear why some of our postgrad students choose the University of Auckland

Why postgraduate study at the University of Auckland?

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Sammy Bak
Reichenbach Karl