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AUT alumnus Mitchell Pham has possibly done more to improve trade ties with Vietnam than any other New Zealander. A business, technology and social entrepreneur, Mitchell co-founded Augen Software Group, with offices in Auckland and Ho Chi Minh City. His links with South East Asia have been pivotal in helping Kiwi businesses accelerate presence and engagement in the region.
Insight - the magazine for AUT alumni – now has a new and exciting digital version that is world class.
Aucklander Will Seal is a public affairs specialist who currently works for the US Consulate in Auckland. He recently spoke at a careers development day for Auckland Grammar School students where he explained what his role as Senior Public Affairs Specialist involves, and as an alumnus of AUT, offered great advice for young people thinking about careers and university.
AUT visited Beijing and Shanghai
AUT visited Beijing and Shanghai in late 2017 to meet with international alumni. The hugely popular events saw 200 alumni attend, some of whom had travelled for over 10 hours by night train to attend. Hear from some of our academic staff and AUT representatives about what makes the AUT experience so rewarding.
Do you have an entrepreneurial idea that you’d like to explore and develop? Do you want to solve a problem and make a difference in your community?
We are looking for AUT alumni, staff, students, and aspiring entrepreneurs who would like to take part in the 9-week CO.STARTERS programme that will give you the necessary tools, insights and networks.
Opportunity is knocking and you’re invited – Visit the AUT ICT & Engineering Careers Fair 2018 on Wednesday 25 July 11am-2.00pm in WZ111 - WZ118 - WZ Building, AUT City campus
AUT is hosting the internationally renowned All Together Better Health interprofessional education and collaborative practice conference from 3 - 6 September, 2018