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Course planning and enrolment
Courses listed in BHSc and BHSc conjoint degrees
Wondering what you're going to do when you graduate? Reluctantly turning your
mind to the task of the big job hunt? We can help!
It's a great way to get a feeling for the breadth of opportunities available to Health
Science graduates. If you want to talk to someone about career paths, academics in the School of Population Health coming from backgrounds in Health Economics, Health
Psychology, Healthcare Ethics, Health Promotion, Indigenous Health and others.
We may be able to put you in touch with someone who shares your interests. To find
out information and advice on careers contact
Careers at the Tamaki Innovation Campus
The careers consultant who comes to Tamaki is Peta Mobberley. Peta can discuss
with you your career options, check your CV and cover letter and help you
prepare for interviews.
Careers can be found in building 730, Room 291A (near the Library and
Information Commons). To make an appointment visit
Auckland CareerHub. Appointments are usually on a Thursday and Friday.
If appointments are fully booked, check Auckland CareerHub towards the end of
the week. Short express appointments are often available for booking the day
before or on the day of the appointment. These are useful if you have a quick
question, want to get started on your CV or if the other appointments are fully
booked and you need to see someone quickly.
There are two computers in 730.291 for students to use for career related
activities (eg, to write your cover letter and CV, search for jobs, research
career options). Also outside the office are notice boards with careers
information, including job advertisements.
Student representatives for the BHSc
Each year we elect students to be student representatives. These are important
positions because it allows the School of Population Health to make sure that
you, the students, are involved with how things run. There are quite a number of
student reps. If you have anything you would like to raise with your reps please
feel free to contact them directly.
Find out information about The
Auckland University Students' Association (AUSA)