Where to go for advice throughout the course of your PhD or named doctorate.
The School of Graduate Studies
The School of Graduate Studies provides information and administrative services to doctoral candidates.
Find out more online: School of Graduate Studies
Whether you're having problems settling in, have questions about your visa or need to talk to someone about your studies, International students will find a wealth of support, advice and information at the International Office.
Find out more online: International Office
Health and Counselling Service
We all need a little support sometimes. The University's Health and Counselling Service offers medical advice and counselling for students across the University.
Find out more online: Health and Counselling Service
Equity offer support services for all equity groups at the University, including LQBTQI students, students with disabilities and students from low socio-economic or refugee backgrounds.
The Equity Office also help Māori and Pacific doctoral candidates who are looking for advice, funding options, or development or networking opportunities.
Find out more online: Equity
When you need advice on copyright issues, publishing contracts or creative commons licences, speak to a copyright expert who can help guide you through your situation and your options.
Find out more online: Copyright for research and publication
Need University accommodation, information about private rentals in Auckland or want help with a tenancy contract or problem? Accommodation Solutions can help.
Find out more online: Accommodation
AUSA Advocacy is an independent and confidential dispute resolution service, available for free to all University of Auckland students.
Find out more online: AUSA Advocacy
Faculty-specific doctoral advice
Your faculty, school, department or institute is a great place to start when you're looking for information or advice. Check out the doctoral pages from the following faculties and institutes:
Auckland Bioengineering Institute