The University of Auckland
University of Auckland School-leaver and First-year Scholarships
The University of Auckland school-leaver and first-year scholarships are now open and accepting applications. Students can find out information on these by using the find a scholarship or award search function on our website or by visiting our school-leaver and first-year scholarships information page.
Also available is our Scholarships and Awards Guidebook 2023 to assist students with the process of applying for scholarships.
Halls of Residence for first-year students
Your World, Your Way
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
Our 2023 Subject Guide is a great guide for students looking at subject selection choices – click here to view, download and print the guide.
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.
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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 Physical Education
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Education and Teaching
- Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Huarahi Maori
Bachelor of Sport, Health and PE – where the degree can take you promo videos:
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:
- Eloise Johnstone’s video
- Eunice Amante’s video
- Logan Belk’s video
- Losena Lama Vea’s video
- Rad Fatani’s video
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:
The Student Hubs at the University of Auckland can provide students with advice on any aspect of studies and life at university – click here for more information.