Info Evening

Explore our exciting sessions for Info Evening 2024. Register below and be prepared to join live on the night, Tuesday 25 June, from the comfort of your home. Bring your questions, we'll bring the answers.

Explore sessions from the list below


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How does a Bachelor of Arts work? Learn about the basics of the BA, including what subjects you can study and how to structure your degree.

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Parent question time


Are you a parent or guardian of a future Arts student? Here you'll get all your questions about Arts programmes, careers and support services answered.

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Come along to find out if the Bachelor of Communications is right for you. Hear about your study options, what the BC involves and future career pathways.

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Careers in Arts


What skills do you learn in a BA and what jobs do they lead to? Learn more about our internship programme and the exciting careers our Arts graduates choose.

Business School

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Get insights from Business School students and staff on commonly asked questions about our Commerce and Property programmes, student life and more.

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Discover the real-world impact of a Business degree and how it prepares you for success. Meet our recent graduates and discover their diverse career journeys.

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Explore the Business School through a tour of our cutting-edge facilities, discover our support services and meet some of our staff and students along the way.

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Hear from current students as they share their experiences, from navigating courses to diving into extracurricular activities.

Creative Arts and Industries

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Music staff and student duo, Gregory and Rocielli, will offer advice about choosing your specialisation and share what to expect in your first year of study.

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Hear expert advice from our staff about what to expect in the first year of your degree in Fine Arts, Design or Architecture.

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Dance Studies


Dance Studies staff and student duo, Sarah and Danielle, will share how to prepare for your audition and what to expect in your first year of study.

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Urban Planning


Our staff and student panel is here to tell you about your first year as an Urban Planning student - what Urban Planners do and how you can become one.

Education and Social Work

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Learn about driving change in education through a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies.

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Find solutions to social challenges, create positive change and help build fairer, stronger communities with our multifacited new Social Justice programme.

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Become a teacher


The passions you ignite and interests you foster in those you teach become taonga for a lifetime. Learn how to become a teacher, ask questions, and be inspired.

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Want more than a sports qualification? Listen in! Turn your passion for sport, health and community wellbeing into a career.


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Engineering 101


Get an introduction to our Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) programme, course highlights and structure, entry requirements, study support, and scholarships.

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Engineering opens doors to a diverse range of careers. Learn about the various career paths available for you to make an impact on the world.

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Lead by our Engineering student guides, you will be given an insight into clubs, campus life, and advice on making the most of your first year of Engineering.

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Engineering opens doors to a diverse range of careers. Learn about the various career paths available for you to make an impact on the world.

Global Studies

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Find out how to navigate the complex political, economic, environmental, scientific and cultural problems of our world with the Bachelor of Global Studies.


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We'll guide you through all the basics you need to know about a Bachelor of Laws, including conjoint options, how to apply, and how to enrol.

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Hear from current students about what it's like to study law and learn about the range of opportunities that you could take advantage of.

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Hear from students, graduates and the Career Development and Employer Engagement team about career opportunities and support in the Auckland Law School.

Medical and Health Sciences

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Learn about study options in Nursing, Health Sciences, Optometry, Pharmacy, Medicine and Medical Imaging including course highlights and entry requirements.

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Learn about our Māori and Pacific Admission Scheme (MAPAS), the Certificate in Health Sciences, the Whakapiki Ake Project and Pacific Health Wayfinders.

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Hear from our students and graduates about what it is like to study medicine, health sciences, pharmacy, optometry, nursing, or medical imaging.


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Get a clear understanding of what you need to know about our various Science degrees, the subjects we offer, and how we can support you.

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Find out how to plan ahead for your Science degree. Learn which subjects to pick in your final years at high school and how our entry requirements work.

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Hear from current students about their experiences studying Science. Learn about clubs and associations, student support, and life on campus.

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Hear from Science graduates about what they studied, where they are now, and how the Science faculty helped them reach their dream careers.


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Find out about how we support our Pasifika students on campus through programmes such as UniBound and Tuākana.

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Join some of our current students for a panel discussion on student life and your first steps to study at Waipapa Taumata Rau.

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Come and check out what scholarships are available to you and what you might be eligible to apply for.

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Hono mai! This is an opportunity for you learn, understand and connect with the support available to you and your tamariki here at Waipapa Taumata Rau.

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Tune in for a panel discussion including some of our current conjoint programme students to learn about conjoint degree opportunities.

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Explore the University’s exciting new course offerings. You'll learn how to approach societal challenges, such as climate change or artificial intelligence.

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Worried about not meeting the entry requirements? Learn about how our Preparation Programmes can help you reach your full academic potential.

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UniBound (Pacific), Tōia ki Waipapa (Māori) and Summer Start are opportunities for you to get a head start by taking your first course during summer school.


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Join our expert admissions team for a walkthrough on how to submit an application as an international student.

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Learn about life as an international student, including how to prepare for university life and what support services are available to you.

360 International

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Take yourself global!


Explore global learning opportunities with 360 International at the University of Auckland.


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Learn about our Halls of Residences, resident support, kai, fees and more. Ask your questions about living with us before submitting your application.

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Continued from part one, join us to ask your Accommodation questions, live with our team.

Student Life

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We're more than just lectures. Learn about the University's sport and recreation, clubs, healthcare, disability services, wellbeing, student support, and more.