Tega Ogbuigwe, a PhD student from the School of Marketing and International Business, won two awards at the competition held at the end of August.
Student success and achievements
Our students regularly achieve academic successes resulting from their hard work and commitment.
Our high-achieving students have their academic achievements celebrated at the annual Wellington School of Business and Government Excellence Awards, and student successes are regularly featured in our news section.
A global team led by Wellington School of Business and Government student Ben Murdoch are the champions of the 2020 Global Enterprise Experience (GEE) business competition.
A team from the Business and Investment Club at Wellington School of Business and Government have won this year’s National Company Valuation Competition.
Graduates of Wellington School of Business and Government’s entrepreneurship course have received a grant from the Ministry of Youth Development to make their concept for a game that teaches students about entrepreneurship a reality.
Tourism Manangement student Rochelle Tait won one of two Tourism Industry Aotearoa scholarships worth $4,500 at the 2019 Tourism Summit in Wellington.
Cynthia Hunefeld, Master's student and resident of The Atom Innovation space, received the Momentum Student Entrepreneur Award at the 2019 KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards.
Wellington School of Business and Government graduate Sebastian Brocklesby and current student Georgia Lowrey both experienced success in the recent Global Enterprise Experience business competition.
Victoria Business Consulting Club has come out on top in this year’s Student Development Society (SDS) National Business Case Competition.
Wellington School of Business and Government PhD student Hanna Habibi and Research Fellow Dr Nazila Alinaghi both experienced success at the New Zealand Association of Economists Annual Conference held at the Business School recently.
Wellington School of Business and Government students have helped staff at Zealandia Ecosanctuary better understand locals’ awareness and perception of Zealandia as well as provide them with insights into how to better engage with the Wellington community.
The way the New Zealand Government uses art and design to pursue specific public policy objectives was the topic of discussion when Nicola Ngawati, a PhD candidate in the School of Government, presented at the recent Innovation in Public Services and Public Policy (PUBSIC) conference in Milan, Italy.