Explore how you can get the most out of your career through hands-on workshops, and online tools and techniques offered by the University of Auckland Business School Alumni office.
Career development is the ongoing process of managing your life, learning and work. It involves developing the skills and knowledge that enable you to plan and make informed decisions about your education, training and career choices. Fostering an attitude of appreciation for lifelong learning is the key to workplace success and we want to help you with your journey.
Each year, the Business School alumni team hosts career workshops for alumni and friends of the school. Presented by the Alumni Office and ASB Careers Centre, these professional development workshops will strengthen your competitive edge in the job market. In 2016 we began to film these workshop sessions so you can follow along at home and use these techniques and tips to develop your professional skills and career opportunities.
This video series from the University of Auckland Business School Alumni team explores how you can get the most out of your career.
Neuroscience of career decision-making
The Changing World of Work
Work-Life Balance and Mindfulness
Follow the links below to view our Career tips video series:
LinkedIn is the world's largest online professional network. When you join LinkedIn, you get access to people, jobs, news, updates and insights that will help shape and develop your career.
You don't stop learning when you stop being a full-time student. The University has many courses and programmes designed to allow you to enjoy learning at your own pace.
You can attend free seminars and events hosted by the Business School, or you can look into further learning opportunities such as a postgraduate degree, an MBA, or a course offered by Executive Education.
The Business School ASB Careers Centre is also available to assist alumni with career advice and support. Visit the Careers Centre.
Career Development and Employment Services is also available to assist alumni up until three years after graduation. Visit the CDES website.
To find out where postgraduate study can take you and explore our postgraduate programmes, departments and subjects areas, visit Postgraduate programmes.
The Graduate School of Management (GSM) is home to programmes for aspiring and practising managers, and our coursework masters programmes.
From a two-day short course to a two-year Executive MBA, our programmes are designed to help you achieve your full potential as a leader or manager of your organisation. Alumni receive a 10% discount on short courses taken with Executive Education.
For more information, visit the Executive Education website.