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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 additional options and help you meet our admission requirements.

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Live with us while you study!

Places are still available for Semester Two, apply now to live in our University accommodation.

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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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Start your journey to study at the University of Auckland with an Application for Admission.

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Want to transfer to us?

You can join us, even if you’re studying elsewhere. We can guarantee credit transfer, have Advisers to help and you’ll hear from us within 48 hours.

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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 open now.

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Final assessment timetable Exams

Final assessment timetable

Find out when your final assessments will be available and complete them online from any location you choose.

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Keddy Shen with his new team in Melbourne before lockdown News

Starting your career on the cusp of lockdown

Graduates Keddy Shen and Chanel Mehrotra started jobs just as lockdown began. They discuss the reality of undertaking their new roles while stuck at home.

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Miro Erkintalo News

Laser physicist wins Emerging Scientist Award

Dr Miro Erkintalo from the University of Auckland’s Department of Physics has won the Emerging Scientist Award at this year’s Prime Minister’s Science Prizes.

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Marama Muru-Lanning News

Kaumātua central to major Māori health project

A commitment to identifying the best wellbeing support for older Māori into the future is the focus of a new University of Auckland project.

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Winston Byblow News

HRC funding for two Faculty projects

Two Faculty of Science research projects have been awarded more than $2.5 million from the Health Research Council’s Project and Programmes funding.

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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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A crisis of public spaces

Diane Brand asks what the post-pandemic city will look like and how do we adjust our concept of urbanism to accommodate it?

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We’ll need that red tape if we want to beat Covid

Kiwis have a natural aversion to following strict rules day in, day out, but when it comes to Covid-19, we need those rules, write Gehan Gunasekara.

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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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