Make the most of learning at The University of Auckland, New Zealand’s leading University and an international centre of learning and academic excellence.
The Lifelong Learning programme at the Centre for Continuing Education offers a wide selection of courses, seminars and events throughout the year.
There are 16 languages taught at the Centre, including Hindi, which has become popular with second-generation Indian-New Zealanders.
Other languages include Arabic, Chinese, French, Spanish and Turkish, but to see the full list, go to the Continuing Education website: www.cce.auckland.ac.nz.
If you are interested in history, there are courses on ancient Egypt, the Silk Road, medieval banking and a variety of other topics.
In the Crime and Society lecture series, there is a chance to discuss important public issues such as the recent ‘3 strikes’ legislation.
The University Lecture Courses let you join an undergraduate course as a non-credit student – a no-stress learning opportunity and a great way to access the expert teaching of The University of Auckland.
If you are considering university study, then the New Start programme is the ideal first step.
‘New Start’ courses are part-time, run over 13 weeks, and you can join daytime or evening sessions. The classes prepare you for a degree in the Faculty of Arts, the Business School and some subjects in other Faculties.
‘New Start’ will help you to develop learning skills, boost your confidence and set you up for the degree you have always wanted.
The Professional Development Programme includes courses in marketing, management and the multi-cultural workforce.
These courses are delivered in an active learning environment where the presenters are both practising professionals and experienced in teaching.
These courses are planned to make the most of your busy day with a break for lunch and a chance to network.
For a full description of all courses and seminars delivered by the Centre for Continuing Education please visit our website or call 0800-864266) for a brochure.
The above is an Advertorial from the Centre for Continuous Education, University of Auckland.