We are very pleased to announce that SEA CAPE has selected 15 students from across New Zealand tertiary institutes to attend the 2019 ASEAN Forum in Auckland on 17 September.

The ASEAN Forum 2019 takes a snapshot of New Zealand’s relationship with ASEAN now, as well as looking forward at the possibilities of future potential and development in this dynamic region. During the forum, attendees will have the chance to attend sessions on ASEAN-NZ political and economic relationships, digital connectivity and diversity, overcoming barriers to trade, opportunities for NZ businesses in ASEAN, among many others.

 

Congratulations to all the students selected - we look forward to meeting you at the forum.

The selected students are:

Mat Arand, University of Otago
Master of Science - Bioengineering

Maisy Bentley, Victoria University of Wellington
Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts - International Development, Māori Studies

Liyuan Cui, University of Waikato
Graduate Diploma

Aimee Elliott, University of Waikato
Bachelor of Business Analysis- majoring in Finance, minoring in Agribusiness and Supply Chain Management

Cleo Gilmour, Victoria University of Wellington
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws

Fergus Grenfell, Victoria University of Wellington
Bachelor of Commerce - International Business, Marketing, Anthropology

Paige Kawana, Victoria University of Wellington
Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts majoring in Asian Studies and Development Studies

Daniel Lee, University of Auckland
Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws

Teresa Lee, University of Auckland
Bachelor of Commerce (accounting), Bachelor of Laws

Leni Lolohea, University of Waikato
Masters in Maori and Pacific Development

Keeley Lovatt, University of Waikato
Bachelor of Communication Studies majoring in Marketing and Digital Business

Tim Marshall, University of Canterbury
Bachelor of Commerce, Economics & Marketing

Nina Santos, University of Auckland
Law & Arts - Politics and International Relations & Sociology

Hope Tupai, University of Waikato
Bachelor of Electronic Commerce majoring in Digital Business

Abby Wong, University of Auckland
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws: Sociology and Politics

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