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The University of Auckland 2021 Undergraduate Prospectus is now available on their website and can be uploaded under the Undergraduate Prospectuses page.

The new Introduction to the University of Auckland guide and 2021 Subject Guide for School Students (Years 9 -12) is also available on their website.

You can find their contact details on the Meet our Team page of the University of Auckland website to get in touch with one of the advisers. Students can also register their Interest or Apply Now in order to receive updates and information from the University of Auckland.

Fast Track Offers along with our Ask Auckland database of frequently asked questions for further information. The Fast Track process gives high-achieving domestic school-leavers undertaking NCEA or Cambridge International, a head start in enrolling with the University of Auckland.

Students are welcome to contact the University online via AskAuckland, their online student help and support centre, by email at studentinfo@auckland.ac.nz or by phoning 0800 61 62 63 for assistance.

Bachelor of Arts, BA conjoint or Global Studies degree
The Arts Schools Outreach team are also available to deliver live zoom sessions around the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Global Studies or work with you to provide particular subject lectures. If you would like to engage with staff in the Faculty of Arts please email the Schools Outreach and Recruitment Manager Ainsley O’Connell at ainsley.oconnell@auckland.ac.nz or fill in our contact form.

University of Auckland Careers Advisers Hub
The University of Auckland’s Careers Advisers Hub is a great resource for students to find out more about courses and entry requirements. Click here for the 2022 Subject Guide for School Students.

Halls of Residence for first-year students
If you are looking for information about the first-year halls of residence, there are a number of resources available online, including details about the catered accommodation and video tours.

Your World, Your Way
We invite you to explore the next phase of Your World, Your Way. Please click here to explore the next exciting instalment.

Arts Outreach updates
Our Arts Outreach team will be offering daily Zoom drop-in sessions for students throughout Level 4 and into Level 3. While we are part of the Arts Faculty, we are happy to help with any bigger questions around applications, scholarships or at least we can point you in the right direction for who else to ask!

We know some students prefer to use instant messenger, so prospective students or parents can also contact the Arts Outreach team through our Facebook Business page here.

CAI Student-Led Workshops
The Creative Arts and Industries faculty is still running their popular student-led workshops during this online time. Virtual workshops run by current students and based on stage one assignments are available across all our disciplines and have received very positive feedback:
“It is such a powerful way to bridge the gap between high schoolers and uni students. I’m very excited that my older students got to make some meaningful connections today and leave inspired to create. Such a great thing! Thanks so much for organising this!”

  • Design/Art/DVC classes – Architecture/Design/Fine Arts
  • Music classes – Music (song-writing, jazz, brass, classical etc.)
  • Dance classes – Dance
  • Geography/Economics/Philosophy classes – Urban Planning

Book your spot here.

Subject Guide for School Students
The updated version of this year’s Subject Guide for School Students is now available and has been updated on our website.

This or That?
Join Rennie, Ivan, Zoe and Holly for their This or That videos filmed recently at our Tai Tonga campus.

Future Science Student Webinars
Do you have students who are interested to study science but may not be sure about the subjects we offer? We hosted several live webinars where we discussed each of our subjects, you can watch the webinars here. Plus, register for our live Q&A sessions and get all your questions answered.

Business School
The world of work is rapidly changing. Get future-ready and work-ready with our innovative redesigned Bachelor of Commerce. Get ready for the future of Business.

International Open Week 2021
For any students who missed joining us at International Open Week 2021 last week, students will be able to register and access all the recordings here.

Identity Documentation
In light of the continued COVID restrictions, Applications and Admissions will be accepting uploaded electronic copies of identity documents with a statutory declaration through the Statutory Declaration form for Identity Documents. Further information has also been updated on the COVID-19 Update for Applicants website. Please note that we will be prioritising those with a firm offer of place for a 2022 start term to allow them to enrol from Monday 1 November 2021. This will include School Leavers with firm offers and Fast Track offers.

Save the Date – LINK Conference 2022
Please save the date for LINK Conference 2022 which will be held on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July 2022. We will be in contact in the coming weeks with a registration form to register your interest to attend.

Young Scholars Programme 2022
Details of the Young Scholars courses for 2022 are now available on our website.

Business – Get on the trading room floor
Check out the brand-new BNZ Trading Room at the Business School. All business students starting in 2022 will get hands-on learning in the state-of-the-art simulated trading room. Take a look around.

Business Majors Evening – catch-up
Thinking about Business in 2022? If you missed our Business Majors Evening last month, the great news is you can catch-up on the recordings of all the sessions – and even ask questions. Catch-up now.

Education and Social Work
Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies (brand new degree):

Programmes video presentations with staff and students (a panel discussion style):

Bachelor of Sport, Health and PE- where the degree can take you promo videos:

  • Beth (Education Officer)
  • Karishma (Health and PE Secondary Teacher)
  • Sean (Community Youth Worker)

Bachelor of Social Work – our students and graduates answer quick-fire questions about why to study social work and where the degree can take you:

What it is like to study at our Tai Tokerau Campus in Northland

What it is like to study at our Tai Tonga Campus in South Auckland

Engineering – Revision Sessions for NCEA Level 3 Calculus and Physics Externals
Designed for all students who identify as female, sessions will cover past exams from the six NCEA Level 3 Physics and Calculus external standards. Our tutors are all current University of Auckland Engineering students from the Women in Engineering Network, from many different backgrounds and specialisations.

Update on University of Auckland entry requirements and support
The University of Auckland recognises that 2021 has been another challenging year for students with many disruptions due to Covid-19. We are aware of the serious impacts of the continued Covid-19 disruptions on achievement for some of your senior students.  For some students who started the year with the ambition of achieving UE and starting University study in 2022, these impacts may have been particularly severe. Please see the updates to our website for details of the University of Auckland entrance requirements and support for 2022.

Changes to Bachelor of Engineering Entrance Requirements for 2022 entrance
As a consequence of COVID disruptions in 2021, the Faculty of Engineering wishes to signal an adjustment to its previously advised admission requirements for 2022 entrance. Please see the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) domestic entry requirements for details on the changes and how they apply to NCEA, IB and Cambridge students.

Tōia ki Waipapa
As part of the University of Auckland’s summer offerings, Tōia ki Waipapa is an opportunity for current year 13 tauira to get a head start at University while completing a credit bearing course which can be applied to their degree. After the challenges this year it might also be an opportunity to assist those who might be nervous about gaining entry into university or are looking for a university experience before making the commitment to study.

If this sounds like an opportunity your students might be interested in, or if you know of students who might benefit from being a part of this, registrations are currently open.

Course Advice Sessions
Students can view the presentation, a how to apply presentation and recorded faculty course advice webinars which are now available on our course planning resources page on our website. Students may also find the following links useful in their planning and are of course welcome to contact us for assistance:

Business Majors Evening – catch-up
Thinking about Business in 2022? If you missed our Business Majors Evening last month, the great news is you can catch-up on the recordings of all the sessions – and even ask questions. Catch-up now.

Creative Arts and Industries Student-Led Workshops
The Creative Arts and Industries faculty is still running their popular student-led workshops during this online time. Virtual workshops run by current students and based on stage one assignments are available across all our disciplines.

Bachelor of Engineering (with Honours) – entry requirements
As a consequence of COVID disruptions in 2021, the Faculty of Engineering wishes to signal an adjustment to its previously advised admission requirements for 2022 entrance. Please see the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) domestic entry requirements for details on the changes.