Our campuses

Courses within the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences are taught across our Grafton, Tāmaki and City Campuses. Find out more about these locations, as well as affiliate hospitals and clinical campuses.

Grafton Campus

85 Park Road, Grafton

Situated near Auckland Hospital and the Auckland Domain, Grafton Campus is home to most of the students within our faculty. Ground-breaking discoveries made by faculty researchers are strongly facilitated by Grafton Campus, due to many state-of-the-art (and often custom-built) research facilities.

Grafton Campus also houses stunning amenities that include a licensed café, a dedicated Student Centre, a specialist medical library and an Information Commons with over 100 computers for student use.

Tāmaki Innovation Campus

261 Morrin Rd, St Johns

Tāmaki Innovation Campus houses the School of Population Health. The building features an integrated and sustainable design, an open floor plan, energy-efficient lighting and heating systems, the use of local materials, and Māori and Pacific cultural design elements.

Tāmaki Campus is approximately 20 minutes drive away from the Grafton and City Campuses, two minutes walk from the Glen Innes train station, and ten minutes drive from St Heliers and Mission Bay. Amenities for staff and students include ample parking, a café and the Tāmaki Library and Information Commons.

Please note: The University will no longer use Tāmaki Campus after the end of 2019. Courses taught at Tāmaki will be relocating to a new building in Grafton.

City Campus

Some of our courses are taught at the University's largest campus, located in the heart of Auckland CBD. City Campus is approximately 20 minutes walk away from Grafton Campus with buses and trains available for a faster commute.

The City Campus provides a full range of amenities, including cafés, health services, libraries, childcare facilities, and a recreation centre.

Clinical Campuses

Our faculty also has eight clinical campuses where students can undergo further clinical teaching and research.

Northland Clinical Campus

The Northland Clinical Campus has close connections with the School of Medicine and sees many postgraduate students undertaking further study and research there.

Waitemata Health Campus

Located on Shakespeare Road, Milford, the Waitemata Health Campus is a division of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and provides clinical teaching and research for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Professor Martin Connolly is Assistant Dean for the Waitemata Clinical Campus.

South Auckland Clinical Campus

The South Auckland Clinical Campus is an academic division of our faculty, offering training in areas of specific relevance to the South Auckland population, including diabetes and renal disease, trauma and orthopaedic complications, psychiatric illness and substance abuse.

The Campus also coordinates clinical teaching and research in partnership with the Counties Manukau District Health Board and Middlemore Hospital.

Waikato Clinical Campus

The Waikato Clinical Campus is also an academic division of the faculty with close ties to the Waikato Hospital.

The campus provides clinical teaching and research for undergraduate and postgraduate medical and allied health science students.

Tauranga Clinical Campus

Our clinical campus in Tauranga recognises the success of the Bay of Plenty DHB as a site for training and teaching our students. Professor Peter Gilling is the Assistant Dean of this campus.

Rotorua Clinical Campus

A number of 4th, 5th and 6th Year medical students are based in Rotorua Clinical Campus each year. They receive clinical training at Rotorua Hospital and attachments with General Practitioners across the Lakes DHB.

Taranaki Clinical Campus

The University partners with Taranaki DHB to provide our students with opportunities to experience high-quality clinical training in regional and rural environments. Students studying at Taranaki work with a range a wide range of community organisations as well as Hawera Hospital, and will also learn from a wide range of health professionals in the area so they develop a sense of practising medicine in a rural setting.