21 Day Challenge
The 21 Day Pacific Challenge brings teams of students from across the university together to solve a problem in a Pacific nation.
The challenge is a competition like no other, providing students with the opportunity to make a real impact on international communities in need.
Participants are selected by academic advisors and placed into teams. Students are allocated to a team based on their studies to ensure that each team has a diverse pool of knowledge and represents each of the five colleges.
2016 - Niue
In 2016 the challenge focused on Niue with students developing plans to assist the Niuean community to conserve, protect and sustainably manage its food supply in a way that can be self-sufficient.
A range of mentors from academic, cultural, business and alumni guided the participants.
2015 - Philippines
In 2015 thirty students worked with thirty mentors for 21 days. The mission? To create a business plan to transform the lives of those in the small village of Tarong, Philippines.