Student support services

Committing to university study can mean big lifestyle changes. To help you, the University offers a range of excellent academic services and personalised support, including access to course planning advice and specialist career guidance.

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Admissions


If you cannot find the admission information you need on the ‘How to apply’ page in this section and you are a New Zealand citizen or permanent New Zealand resident, Student Contact and Support can provide advice and assistance.
Phone: +64 9 373 7599 ext 85013 or 85025

If you are an international student and require admission information, visit International students.

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Auckland University Students’ Association (AUSA)


All students enrolled at the University of Auckland are eligible to join the Auckland University Students’ Association. Membership gives you access to social events, clubs and recreation facilities, as well as personal assistance with academic issues and representation on the University Council.

Visit AUSA

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Career planning


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Career Development and Employment Services can help you to enhance your marketability with prospective employers, develop career management capabilities and realise your potential in the world of work, life and learning. The Service provides workshops, events, individual appointments, a drop-in service, tools and resources.
Visit Career Development and Employment Services

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Childcare


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For students with young children, there are five early childhood centres on campus, offering places to children aged from three months to five years. Dedicated Parentspaces provide facilities for caregivers and children, and there’s a child-friendly study space in the General Library.

Visit Students who are parents

 

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Disability services


Disability coordinators provide advice, support and resources if you have disabilities. Resources include on-campus parking, notetakers, interpreters, sign language and alternative print formats.

Visit Disability Services

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English language support


If English is not your first language, or you need to improve your English skills, the University offers a variety of services to help you gain confidence in your speaking, reading and writing.

Diagnostic English Language Needs Assessment (DELNA) is a free service that helps to identify your level of English and guide you to the most appropriate English language support.

Visit DELNA

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Health and counselling


General practice medical clinics are available at the City, Grafton, Tamaki and Epsom campuses. Counselling services are also offered at the City and Grafton campuses. Grafton and Tamaki have optometry clinics, and the City Campus also has a dental clinic and psychiatry, dermatology and physiotherapy services.

Read more about University Health and Counselling Services

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Creative Arts and Industries Student Centre


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The Student Centre can help with advice on all our programmes, online enrolment, student support services and other general enquiries. It's also a great place to get together for coffee and a chat with other creative students.

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

Find out more about the Creative Arts and Industries Student Centre

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