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Education and Social Work Information Evening

June 24, 2016 at 8:59 AM

Auckland University Education and Social Work Information Evening

Adult Students: Social Work and Teaching Information Evening
Tuesday 5 July 2016, 6-8pm
Epsom Campus, The University of Auckland

Auckland University are holding an information evening in July for adults who might be interested in gaining a qualification in social work or teaching.

If you have anyone in your network of colleagues, family and friends who you think might be interested in finding out about this, please can you share this email and attached flyer with them.

More than half of our students are adult students who decide to become a social worker (or teacher) after a bit of life experience first. We appreciate your assistance with spreading the word about this information evening.

We invite you to bring your life experience with you and explore opportunities to study a social work or teaching degree with us. Find out about Special Admission pathways, study options and more.

Get the skills, knowledge and preparation to start a rewarding career.

For information and to register, visit: