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Accommodation Accommodation

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You can still apply for 2018 accommodation.

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Your online help and support centre. Search our frequently asked questions.

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Student advice Planning

Course Advice Sessions

One-on-one course advice to help you with planning your degree and choosing courses.

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AskAuckland Central

Visit us in Alfred Nathan House for information and advice on your degree, how to find your way around the campus, your enrolment, fee payments and Campus Card.

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NCEA results Notice

NCEA students - important message

NCEA results have been made available to the University. We are assessing applications and will continue making decisions.

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The ClockTower from Albert Park Notice

CIE students - important message

We have important information for students who sat the 2017 University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) in New Zealand.

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Fees-free tertiary study Fees

Fees-free tertiary study

Tertiary study is now more affordable for first-time students.

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Starfish with the wasting disease News

Seen a sick starfish lately? Scientists would like to know

A wasting disease is killing starfish around the world and scientists are concerned the disease could start to have an effect on New Zealand starfish species.

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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences News

Companion robots could help our rural schools

Companion robots could be used in rural schools to help motivate students to study science and technology, and to provide comfort.

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Dr Maria Armoudian News

Tackling fake news, soft news and sound bite journalism

Dr Maria Armoudian, and the Faculty of Arts-based Project for Public Interest Media (PPIM) are trying to ask the big questions behind our daily news.

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University of Auckland Fale Pasifika News

Pacific Law, Custom and Constitutionalism Conference

An innovative and exciting conference series is due to begin on the 13th and 14th February 2018 at the University of Auckland, at its Fale Pasifika complex.

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Depression Opinion

Mental health and addiction two very different things

Professor Peter Adams (Population Health) argues that addiction must be tackled independently but alongside mental health in the government’s new inquiry.

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Pride 2017 Pride 2018

Join us for the Auckland Pride Parade

We’re proud to support the Auckland Pride Parade! Join our walking float and celebrate our LGBTI community. All welcome.

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Kevin Field playing a grand piano Performance

Kevin Field’s Doctor of Musical Arts final recital

Enjoy an evening re-examining the language of jazz with Auckland’s ‘first-call’ pianist, Kevin Field in his final DMA recital. A free event, booking essential.

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Professor Eeva Anttlia Seminar

Choreographed childhoods

Professor Eeva Anttila explores patterns and dynamics of embodied interaction in the context of early childhood education.

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Professor James Nutt Lecture

How an enlightened approach to drug policy could revolutionise medicine as well as reducing drug harms

Professor Nutt discusses the flaws in current drug control regulations, in particular how they often lead to more harms than good.

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Wind turbines Lecture

Transitioning to a low emission future

Simon Corbell will discuss the role policy plays in accelerating decarbonisation, and the need to transform our transportation and energy systems.

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Toga party, 2017 O' Week

Rite of Passage Toga Party

An event exclusive to University of Auckland first-year students only, the Toga Party is a rite of passage for first year students.

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The Inside Word blog Blog

The Inside Word

Written by first-year students, The Inside Word blog captures what it’s like to study here at the University. Subscribe so you never miss a post!

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Party in the Park, 2017 O' Week

Party in the Park

Party in the Park is back and we have UK drum 'n' bass superstars Chase & Status headlining!

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