Help and advice

Below you will find contact details and documentation to assist you in your postgraduate study. General enquiries can be directed to the Creative Arts and Industries Student Centre. For more specific information or advice about programmes or research opportunities, please contact the relevant school or programme postgraduate advisers below.

General enquiries

The University of Auckland Student Information Centre

Phone: 0800 61 62 65

Creative Arts and Industries Student Centre

Level 2, Building 421
(Architecture and Planning Building)
26 Symonds St
Auckland
Email: info-creative@auckland.ac.nz

Visit our Student Centre web page

If you are looking for information on actual programme content, research topics or potential supervisors for research, the academic staff listed below may be able to assist.

 

Postgraduate advisers

Architecture, Planning and Urban Design

Architecture

Master of Architecture (Professional)
Senior Lecturer Jeremy Treadwell 
Phone: +64 9 923 8213 


Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture
Dr Ross Jenner
Phone: +64 9 923 8692

Master of Architecture 
Dr Ross Jenner
Phone: +64 9 923 8692

PhD in Architecture
Dr Emilio Garcia

Phone: +64 9 923 5348

Planning

Master of Urban Planning (Professional) and Master of Planning programmes
Dr Lee Beattie
Phone: +64 9 923 9155

PhD-Planning programmes
Dr Stephen James Knight-Lenihan
Phone: +64 9 923 8673

Urban Design

All postgraduate programmes
Lee Beattie
Phone: +64 9 923 9155

Dance Studies

All postgraduate programmes
Rosemary Martin
Postgraduate Adviser
Phone: +64 9 923 8344

Fine Arts

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours)
James Cousins 
Postgraduate Adviser
Phone: +64 9 923 9577


Doctoral study
Dr Ruth Watson 
Phone: +64 9 923 9958

Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Arts
Simon Ingram 
Postgraduate Adviser
Phone: +64 9 923 9997

Master of Fine Arts
Simon Ingram
Phone: +64 9 923 9997

Music

All postgraduate programmes
Dr Gregory Camp
Director, Postgraduate Studies
Phone: +64 9 923 9438

  

Postgraduate policies and guidelines

Postgraduate students are encouraged to familiarise themselves with all the University policies and guidelines relating to their study. These can be found here.

In particular, your attention is drawn to the following two documents which relate to off-campus study. 

  1. This document relates to the need for Masters students to work off-campus for a period, for example to conduct field work, use laboratory facilities or access special library collections. Read more here.
  2. This document relates to temporary absence (off-campus activity) by doctoral candidates at the University of Auckland for a period between two months and one year, for instance to perform field work or complete laboratory work. Such absence may have an impact on the fees that you are charged. Read more here.