The Otago Business School hosts and promotes a number of supplementary activities and resources for its undergraduate and postgraduate students. We are committed to providing you with additional opportunities to support your academic and personal development. These activities are guaranteed to challenge you, and they will also offer some of the most invaluable and fun experiences of your life!
Student opportunities and activities
Otago Business School students are strongly encouraged to become involved in the following activities hosted or promoted by the School. You can get involved in:
Gives you the opportunity to work in full-time paid employment for six months to a year - while gaining credit towards your BCom.
Available to first-year students requiring additional help with specific papers in their course of study.
Start your own business with workshops, coaching and the startup challenge. Also check out Startup Dunedin.
An opportunity to test your business skills, and solve real business problems, with the possibility of national and international travel.
Living and studying overseas as part of your Otago degree.
Guest seminars from national and international business executives.
Ignite is a student-run non-profit that provides free business advice and strategic planning to charities in Dunedin and Wellington.
The Otago Commerce Students' Society provides students with a range of social opportunities as well as and academic support.
Promote the Business School to your old high school and receive financial assistance for going home on holiday.
TTT is an association to support Māori Commerce Students.
We are here to help support our Pacific students enjoy their journey through University and succeed in their studies.
Collaborative workshops led by students and staff that provide practical strategies for postgraduate research success across a range of areas.
The world's largest youth-run organisation, focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development.
Many resources are available to students of the University of Otago, to help you with the enrolment process, and during your course of study. Information is available for: