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What will studying in 2021 be like for me?
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Health,safety and wellbeing
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Te ao ki konei On campus
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Mō mātou About us
About the University
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Ngā kaupapa me ngā hui News and events
University news and events
Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
Keep up-to-date and get involved in campus life.
Stay informed about events and activities on campus.
This Code sets out the University’s expectations of the standards of behaviour of all members of the University community.
What to do in an emergency and other advice about keeping safe on campus.
2020 was a year to remember. This online magazine is crammed full of articles, student profiles, event photos and more.
Get the real-deal about what it's like as a first-year University student from our bloggers.
Everything you need to know about living in our vibrant city.
The Auckland University Students’ Association is run by students for students. We're here to help and represent you.
Find out about some of the University's famous landmarks and facilities.
Learn about the cultural, social and community aspects of the University for Māori students.
Find out about the cultural, social and community aspects of the University for Pacific students.
Get involved in leadership and volunteering at the University of Auckland.
With over 200 clubs and societies at the University of Auckland, there's a club for every taste.
Campus Life is a service division of the University of Auckland that supports an engaging and inclusive campus experience for students.
Stop, think, act! People's safety is most important. Learn more about how you can protect yourself and others in an emergency situation.
Professor Dawn Freshwater offers you a warm welcome back to campus.
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