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NZ Bullying Prevention Conference
Giving teachers and school leaders tools to increase the wellbeing of their students and staff to help minimise toxic environments and bullying.
Counselling Scholarship Opportunity
A one-time doctoral scholarship for an outstanding full-time applicant in the field of Counselling.
Doctoral Scholarship Opportunity in the Centre for Arts and Social Transformation
A one-time doctoral scholarship for a high achieving international or domestic student enrolled in doctoral study and undertaking research related to the possibilities of the arts for social transformation.
Hauora Māori Masters Scholarship: Active School Travel Research Project
An exciting new scholarship is available for a Māori Master of Education student who wants to investigate active school travel in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Seeking Study Participants: Female PhD STEM students
Principal Investigator Dr Jo Smith is seeking participants for a study of the academic conference experiences of female Ph.D. students in STEM-related fields.
Doctoral Scholarship Opportunity in Māori and Pacific Higher Education at Te Puna Wānanga School of Māori and Indigenous Education
A one-time doctoral scholarship designated for an outstanding full-time applicant of Māori and / or Pacific descent interested in issues that enable Māori and Pacific Higher Education ‘success’.
Te Wiki o te reo Māori at Education and Social Work
Check out how we celebrated Te Wiki o te reo Māori at the Faculty of Education and Social Work.
Doctoral Scholarship Opportunity in Education Policy
The Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Auckland has a doctoral scholarship designated for an outstanding new, full-time applicant in the area of education policy formation, implementation, or evaluation.
Te Puna Wānanga Māori and Indigenous Education Webinar Series
Join us for the 2020 Te Puna Wānanga Māori and Indigenous Education Webinar Series.
EDSW students' return to on-campus teaching
A notice for Faculty of Education and Social Work students about the dates you will be required to come back to campus.
Epsom Campus closed today, Wednesday 1 July, due to power outage.
Latest updates about the power outage at Epsom Campus.
Centre for Asia Pacific Refugee Studies (CAPRS) launch
We are delighted to announce the formation of the new Centre for Asia Pacific Refugee Studies (CAPRS) at the University of Auckland.
Woolf Fisher Trust Postgraduate Scholarship
The Woolf Fisher Trust Postgraduate Scholarship is designed to support primary and intermediate teachers who want to advance their maths and science skills.
The Kohia Centre has fully reopened
The Kohia Centre has fully reopened. You are able to shop for teaching resources and texts in our retail store (open Monday- Friday 8am-4pm) or visit our online store.
PG studies podcast: Overcoming barriers to postgraduate studies
Our Postgraduate adviser, Antoinette Vaha, shares some useful insights into how to overcome the major barriers to postgraduate studies: time, capability and funding.
View our webinar recordings to find out more about our undergraduate programmes.
Children’s home learning of maths during Covid-19 lockdown
Were you a caregiver of a child or children helping with their maths home learning during Level 4 lockdown? You’re invited to participate in our research with a short online survey (5 -10 min).
Cancelled Conference Conversations: A virtual symposium series
A virtual symposium series to share scholarly expertise and research from presentations scheduled for now-cancelled conferences.
Looking to pursue postgraduate study this year but not sure on how to proceed? We’re here to help with our free webinars.
Information for students completing a masters by research at the Faculty of Education and Social Work
Sub-doctoral research students whose research has been impacted by COVID-19 may be granted an extension of up to 2 months with the normal extension fees waived.
Faculty support services
The University is committed to continuing to provide student support during the lockdown. Find out how Faculty of Education and Social Work students can access support services from home.
Relocation from Epsom Campus to City Campus
Quick facts for students about the planned relocation from Epsom Campus to City Campus
Support for students through the coronavirus outbreak
Find out where and how to access additional support and care at the faculty and register for upcoming workshops.
New part-time scholarships for primary teachers to develop their science and maths expertise
Primary and intermediate teachers seeking to study a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCertED) could be funded by a Woolf Fisher Trust Postgraduate Scholarship.
Doctoral research opportunity in Dialogic Education
A scholarship valued at NZ$27,900 per year is open to qualified PhD applicants who are interested in the area of dialogic education.
Congratulations to our Blues Award winners
Four Faculty of Education and Social Work students were acknowledged for their outstanding achievements outside the classroom on Friday.
New South Auckland Campus location confirmed
The University of Auckland is preparing to open a new campus in South Auckland in early 2020.
Share your first-year university experiences
Researchers from the Faculty of Education and Social Work are currently recruiting first-year undergraduate students to participate in research about the transition to university.
Hot lunch Thursdays $10 offer Epsom Campus
Check out the $10 hot lunch offer at Epsom Campus cafe on Thursdays 12-1.30pm.
Sport, Health and Physical Education Seminar Series 2019
Register to attend our seminar series on a range of sport and health-related topics brought to you by the School of Curriculum and Pedagogy.
Student highlights from 2020
Read about some incredible experiences and achievements that our Education and Social Work students have had this year.
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