This conference also aims to bring together people of all genders
to promote inclusion and to collectively engage in discussions on empowering females in
This conference is proudly supported by the Ministry
of Education through the International Students’ Wellbeing Strategy funding, the Education New Zealand and the Southern Cross Travel Insurance Ltd.
A huge thank you too, to Ghost Agency who has been the champion for the conference marketing, and Media Design School Auckland for the conference designing.
To be able to attend the conference – Click on this link to register
Session 1 – Employability and Career Strengthening
- Standing out in the New Zealand Context, by Andrew Tui
- CV and Cover Letter 101, by Divya Kataria
- Be More Confident in Public Speaking and Presenting Yourself, by Joyce Wong
Session 2 – Mental Health and Identity
- Identities, Cultures and Us, by Birgit Grafarend-Watungwa
- Importance of Mental Health in Fostering Learning, Achievement and Leadership, by Patrick Au
Session 3 – Gender, Sexuality and Safety
This year, our association is led by a team of 3 Board of Directors (including the National President), National Secretary, and Public Relations Officer.
We also have a team of National Representative Council consisting of the elected International Students’ Representative/Officer from our member associations.
NZISA works closely with the Ministry of Education (MoE), Ministry for Ethnic Communities (MEC), Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), Auckland Agency Group (AAG), New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), Education
New Zealand (ENZ), Universities New Zealand (UNZ), ISANA NZ, Te Pukenga, Immigration New Zealand (INZ), tertiary education providers and student associations.