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Covid-19 may affect the academic year. Find out what we're doing to give you the highest quality education and student experience, both in-person and online.

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

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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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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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A brand new interactive way for students to discover our spaces and places from home. Your world your way. Tō ao tana ara.

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The insidious return of 'slavery'

International business expert Christina Stringer has lifted the lid on migrant workers facing serious exploitation in New Zealand.

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Why Myanmar’s coup isn’t about Suu Kyi

The coup and transfer of power in Myanmar is unconstitutional, writes Liyun Wendy Choo. The military must back down and legitimate leadership restored.

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Young Myanmar activists a force to be reckoned with

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