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Otago Business School: course & programme advice

There are many options for study at the Otago Business School, so it is important you receive good advice on your future course or programme. Bronwen Stephens, Otago Business School Academic Manager, is a valuable resource for students seeking advice on a number of academic issues.

Bronwen is available to assist students with advice on:


Bronwen also coordinates applications for:

  • International students wishing to study at the Otago Business School
  • The International Exchange programme

Internship Programme

If you are interested in participating on the Otago Business School's Internship Programme please contact our Internship Manager, Julie Pearse.

Contact Bronwen for advice

Tel + 64 3 479 5635
Email: business@otago.ac.nz

If you wish to book a time to meet with Bronwen in person, please email her at the above address.  Please include your name, ID number (if you're a current student), phone number, times you might be able to meet, and a brief message relating to why you wish to book an appointment with her.  Bronwen will reply as soon as possible with a proposed time for your appointment.    Clicking on the email address above will open an email with the subject "advice request from website" that be forwarded to her.

How to make changes to your course of study

As a first-year, or returning student, you are able to make changes to the initial course of study for which you enrolled. You may choose to add or remove papers, or even change your course completely. However, you need to be aware that making changes may have implications for your fees, Study Link loans and allowances, and academic record. There are also deadlines for Change of Course applications.

Visit the University’s Changing your Course page for further important information on changing your course, and the implications it may have for your degree or diploma.

The Course Approval period is at the beginning of the first and second semesters. At this time, advisers will be available to discuss your course in detail, and you will be able to discuss any desired changes with them.

Student Contacts by Subject

Departments within the Business School have staff available to provide course and programme advice. Do you know what subject you wish to study? Contact the relevant department direct for course advice:

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