Note: Due to Covid-19, opportunities for international travel are currently be suspended. Please use the contact details below for further information specific to your programme.
Programmes that allow 360 International
Bachelor of Nursing (BNurs)
We advise students can only undertake an exchange in the second semester of stage three (N302). The core courses should be taken here at Auckland. The Programme Director will work with you to identify courses at your exchange institution that can count towards your Nursing programme (BNurs or conjoints) and align with Nursing Council of New Zealand requirements for nursing registration.
If you are interested in an elective clinical placement abroad it is important to meet with the Programme Director prior to submitting your 360 International application.
Associate Head of School, Undergraduate
Phone: +64 9 923 5346
Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)
We advise that students undertake an exchange in the second semester of stage two or in the first semester of stage three, however there is flexibility with this. The core courses should be taken here at Auckland. The Programme Director will work with you to identify courses at your exchange institution that can count towards the electives component of your BHSc and help you plan your exchange.
Dr Simone Rodda
Phone: +64 9 923 6573
Bachelor of Science (Biomed) (BSc (Biomed))
Students studying a Bachelor of Science are able to partake in the 360 International programme as part of their degree. It’s advised that students go in their second year, although third year may be possible. Students may credit up to 30 points of stage 3 courses towards their major. A student must complete at least 45 points upon return to the University of Auckland.
For more information, contact the Student Hubs.
Programmes which do not allow 360 International
Bachelor of Medical and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)
Due to the specialised nature of this programme, there is no 360 International option for this degree. Students wishing to travel as part of their study may do so in Year 6 as part of their independent elective, however students are not travelling abroad as part of this programme until further notice due to Covid-19.
Use the contact details below to find out more about this option.
Dr Andrew MacCormick
Lead professional staff member
Phone: +64 9 923 6745
Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)
Because of the professionally oriented structure and nature of our programme that aligns to our Pharmacy Council of New Zealand competence standards, students cannot complete portions of their BPharm degree abroad. It is also not possible to carry out a ‘gap year’ in the BPharm programme.
However, between Part III and Part IV of the BPharm in the summer break, students may be eligible to apply to participate in an optional Overseas Research Placement in partnering universities in Europe and Australia, where available and deemed safe due to national and international health guidance.
Phone: +64 9 923 2215
Director of Research
Professor Janie Sheridan
Phone: +64 9 923 5247
Bachelor of Optometry (BOptom)
Due to the specialised nature of this programme, there is no 360 International option for this degree. Students wishing to travel as part of their study may do so in Part IV if a suitable externship partner is found, however this needs school sign-off and is not part of the 360 International programme. Use the contact details below to find out more about this option:
Practicum Placement Coordinator
Phone: +64 9 923 9054
Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours) (BMedImag(Hons))
The Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours) does not offer an exchange programme.
Dr Beau Pontré
Phone: +64 9 923 8304