Bachelor of Health Sciences information
"I am very interested in health and the different areas within it, but was unsure
what path to take as health is such a broad subject. The Bachelor of Heath
Sciences appealed to me as it provided a good opportunity to explore what area
is best for me."
"After completing my first year, I gained essential knowledge not only about
what health is, but also about how we can influence and change the health of
"During the second semester I had an assignment on how socio-economic status
influences health status. I found this particularly interesting to research and
write about as I discovered a range of factors that affect health."
"Being at The University of Auckland has helped me to make a number of good
friends who have made my time here enjoyable and exciting. Being at such a
multicultural university has allowed me to learn about a number of cultures, and
I’ve found a very positive and friendly atmosphere here."
Dominique Agustin C. Fabillaran is studying for a Bachelor of
"Since making it into law, I have
continued with my BHSc as a conjoint as it is edgy, very much applied to real
life and provides great context. The skills that you develop are great for any
policy making job, within or outside the health sector."
"Being based at two campuses is absolutely feasible as there is a bus service between them. The
Tāmaki Innovation Campus is quieter than the City Campus, classes are smaller
and so there are more opportunities to make new friends. The School of
Population Health at Tāmaki also has a beautiful new spacious building which
provides rooms for tutorials, study areas, library and places to socialise."
Chantelle Murley is studying for a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Bachelor of