Information for Students
We are committed to providing equal educational opportunities to all students who have the potential to succeed in New Zealand's leading university - and we will do everything we can to help you succeed.
Our office works to attract and retain the most talented people from groups which are under-represented in the University's student population.
Information, advice and support ensuring equal educational opportunities for all Māori who have the potential to succeed here.
Information, advice and support ensuring equal educational opportunities for all Pacific students who have the potential to succeed here.
Student Disability Services support students with a range of impairments to succeed and excel within the University.
Information including UTAS policy, guidelines, entry requirements, people to contact and FAQs.
Watch videos of Māori and Pacific students talk about their University experience.
The University offers a range of initiatives aimed at providing support for students and staff from refugee backgrounds.
The University offers a range of initiatives aimed at providing support for LGBTI students and staff.
Associate Health Minister Tariana Turia is encouraging Māori students to apply for Hauora Māori Scholarships to help them start or complete their studies in health related courses.
Download the 2014 Information for Māori Students here
Download the 2014 Information for Pacific Students here
Inspirational role models share their motivational success stories in online video interviews aimed at encouraging Māori to pursue higher levels of education, training, employment, enterprise and innovation.
|Māori and Pacific Orientation||25 February|
|Queers in Education Hui||13 February|
|ASB Māori & Pacific Polyfest||13-16 March|
|PILOT Year 13 Polokalame & family evening||March|
|KATTI Year 13 programme||March|
|STEAM AHEAD 2013||2 July|
The Auckland University Students' Association (AUSA) is committed to contributing to a work and study environment that is free from any form of harassment, including sexual harassment and discrimination. They find any form of harassment totally unacceptable and recognise the adverse effect such behaviour has on people who work and study in or use the AUSA facilities.
Download 2013 information on Te Rau Matatini Scholarships here
Te Fale Pouāwhina
This programme is coordinated by a team of energetic Māori and Pasifika University tutors who are committed to facilitating Māori and Pasifika student success.
They provide a friendly and professional service at Student Learning within an environment based on kaupapa Māori and Pasifika principles. Support is offered at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Tutors assist students with their studies by offering workshops, study groups, and individual tutoring.
- Search for scholarships
- Online scholarship forms
- Hei Rere Mai Scholarships
- The Rank Score Calculator allows you to calculate an estimated rank score. It is currently unavailable as we work on improvements. We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
- Entry requirements