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Covid-19 update for applicants

We’ve made some changes to our application process due to Covid-19 to give you more options and help you meet our admission requirements.

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Want to live on campus rent free?

Want a place you can call home while you study? The Parirau Scholarship is available to new and transferring students in Semester Two and applications are open.

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Apply now to become a 2021 Resident Adviser

Resident Advisers support our students by building a strong community on campus whilst expanding their professional skillset.

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2021 University entrance for school leavers

A pathway to support your future success, entry requirements and what you need to know.

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Another pathway to University

There is still time to apply for the Tertiary Foundation Certificate in Semester Two. Get a guaranteed pathway to start your bachelor's degree study in 2021.

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Take your professional life a few degrees higher

Advance in your field or make that career change you’ve been thinking about with one of our postgraduate study options.

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Alehandrea Manuel News

Thinking beyond the booth

The number of older New Zealanders suffering from hearing loss is predicted to double in the next 50 years.

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Scientists argue for single list of the world’s species

Scientists frustrated at the number of different scientific lists for the world’s organisms say it’s time to agree on a single list.

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Gary Cheung News

Providing a therapy to live well with dementia

“The first time I came across Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) in a research report, I just thought ‘wow’,” says Dr Gary Cheung.

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Harry Allard PhD candidate News

Taking stock 40 years after marine reserve created

Total biomass within the Leigh Marine Reserve is five times higher than it was 40 years ago when the Reserve was first established, a new study shows.

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Phil Twyford Fast Forward 2020

An evening with Phil Twyford

Join us on Tuesday 7 July for a webinar with Phil Twyford, who will be discussing the Government’s urban growth and housing agendas.

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Talking to – not at – older Kiwis

Rendering people over 70 as either passive or wilfully irresponsible is unhelpful and ill-considered. The Te Arai Research Group discusses a better approach.

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Nanaia Mahuta Opinion

Colonial feel to Māori media plan

Crown options for Māori media have a colonial “feel and smell” and the Government seems unaware of the issues being waded into, writes Claire Charters.

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Coronavirus Student Support Support

Covid-19 (coronavirus) student support

Useful information for our students including study plans, accessing services off-campus, self isolation and travel information.

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ClockTower Notice

Covid-19 (coronavirus) information

We are continuing to teach online until Semester Two, Monday 27 July 2020.

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