In order to welcome our new Masters in Business in April 2019, the University of Auckland Business School offers a four-day orientation program that includes social and academic activities. According to Li Sichen’s 360 students, the new entrance training allows students to better understand the things they need to know as a Master of Business in Management Graduate School.
New students have met their student ambassadors/representatives, as well as related teachers who are mainly responsible for academic and academic affairs through games, competitions and social activities. More importantly, everyone knows each other at the event and draws closer to each other.
Welcome to our “land”
The freshmen were invited to visit the business school’s iconic building, the Sir Owen G Glenn building, which they will study in the next 15 or 18 months. At the same time, the freshmen also learned about the support and services provided by the University.
At the Māori Hall of the University of Ottawa, the university held a traditional Māori welcoming ceremony (powhiri) for the new students.
Feel the discipline culture of the School of Management Studies
Freshman orientation is designed to give students information about the Master of Business, academic research and career support. The students started their learning journey in group activities, such as participating in the team activities “Spanish Challenge” and “Lego Challenge”.