Engineering Faculty Tours

We’re excited to welcome anyone who wants to learn more about the Faculty of Engineering to join us on one of our Engineering Faculty Tours.

Led by our current students, this tour will take you and your whānau around our engineering buildings, and will showcase the facilities and services we offer.

Tour highlights

  • Meet current Engineering students and get their advice on how to make the most of your time at university.
  • Be guided through our state-of-the-art Engineering facilities, and view our social and study areas
  • Learn about student life, clubs, and events happening within the Faculty of Engineering and the University.

Frequently asked questions

Who can join this tour?

The Engineering Faculty Tours are for any prospective students looking to join the Faculty of Engineering. These tours are open to prospective undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral students. We also warmly welcome whānau to join. 

Stay tuned for more upcoming events. 

Are there any health requirements to join this tour?

There are currently no health requirements in place for those wanting to join an Engineering Faculty Tour, however it is a walking tour. See the most recent Covid-19 information for the University community here.

We do ask if you are feeling unwell or have COVID symptoms please stay at home.

Are there any specific clothing requirements?

The tours will walk through a large portion of our facilities, so for your comfort and safety please wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes.

What disability access does the new building have?

Lifts are readily available and there are wheelchair ramps at each main entrance.

Can I take photos during the tour?

Photography is allowed on site and during the tour. However, we ask that you request permission before taking photos of staff and students, or their work.

Is there parking nearby?

There is paid parking available across Grafton Road in the Owen G Glenn Building (12 Grafton Road). We encourage you to use public transport when possible, as parking can be limited and the campus is well served by both buses and trains.