Student First – The Technology Story: guest speakers at open information session

Student First – Ākonga ki Mua is a business change programme UC is undertaking to transform the student administration experience, so that we can grow student numbers and achieve our strategic goals.

Student First will make our Academic Regulations, business processes and systems modern, user friendly and effective.

We’re implementing exciting new technology solutions, which will provide a seamless experience for students and staff and make UC more resilient, responsive to the market and future trends. Our architecture is unique to UC and we have an industry leading team helping us build it.

Hear all about it  – robust, reliable and future-proofed – Thursday 31 May, 10.30am  – 12pm, Undercroft 101

Join us on Thursday 31 May to hear from Ian Vanstone, Chief Technology Officer at IntegrationWorks. Ian travels the world advising large business clients, and is a highly regarded expert in this area.

We’re working with Ian’s team at IntegrationWorks to ensure that UC’s new systems are robust, reliable and future-proofed.

This provides independent oversight and ensures best practice on Student First.

The discussion will be a high level overview suitable for all levels of technology understanding. Ian will give an overview of the technology story so far, why it’s so special and how we’re working on the Programme. Members of the Student First Programme team, including our Technology Manager Dave Quennell, and Lead Architect Kris Thornley, will be on hand with updates on how we’re tracking.

Curious? All welcome

Come along if you’re curious about what we’re up to, what we’re building and who we’re working with to provide a world-class student administration experience.

The presentation will run for 60 minutes, with 30 minutes for Q&A afterwards with Ian and the Student First Programme team.

What are the benefits of Student First?

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