Before you arrive
There are many things to organise before you arrive at The University of Auckland. Have a look through the information below to find out what you should know about before you get here.
Watch videos, view maps, and read key information about your first few weeks.
A calendar of important dates for the current academic year, including semester start and finish dates and breaks.
We have accommodation options for both undergraduate and postgraduate students and a team on site that will help you find somewhere to stay.
Here you can find out about fees, student loans, student allowances, research funding and hardship support — and get some sensible financial advice.
You must have a Student ID card, and carry it with you on campus.
Used to access CECIL, EC Mail, Student Services Online, Library databases, and the internet.
Important contact details in case of an accident or emergency, and information about the University’s security service, Unisafe.
Support and services are available on campus, from health and wellbeing services to learning resources.
A good way to familiarise yourself with the University is to visit your campus. You can do this independently or take a guided tour.
AskAuckland has answers to questions about the University — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can search for the answer to your question, or browse the most common questions.
Faculties, institutes, campuses and library
- Faculty of Arts
- Business School
- National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
- Faculty of Science
- Liggins Institute
- Auckland Bioengineering Institute
- Libraries and Learning Services
- More information...