Faculty Orientation

Each faculty hosts an Orientation Day filled with information to help you get prepared for the start of University. Check out details about your Faculty Orientation Day below.

Semester 1, 2016 Orientation Week

Monday 22 Feb Tuesday 23 Feb
Wednesday 24 Feb Thursday 25 Feb Friday 26 Feb
Māori and Pacific Welcome Business School                          Faculty of Arts                                       Faculty of Engineering           Faculty of Science                   
International Students' Welcome   National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries (NICAI) Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences  

Additional information about Orientation will be mailed out to your New Zealand address in February 2016.

UniGuides and campus tour

As a new student at the University of Auckland, it can be challenging to meet new friends, learn about campus resources and services, or find out where classes are located!

The UniGuide Programme is a free service designed to help make your first semester easier by connecting you with a student mentor who can show you the ropes.

You will meet your UniGuide at your Faculty Orientation Day and they will take you to your faculty sessions, show you around the campus and take you to your DELNA session as well.

What you will learn at your Faculty Orientation Day

Study skills


Getting involved

International Students' Orientation

International students are invited to attend an Orientation welcome on Monday 22 February 2016. For more detailed information, see the International Orientation page.

Enrolment Help

Each semester, we hold enrolment clinics to help you enrol in courses.

Find out more about enrolment clinics

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