Research, skills and career development
Libraries and Learning Services
Libraries and Learning Services is so much more than just books! Research advisors offer professional research advice, and there are a range of workshops and resources to help you develop the academic skills you need to successfully complete your doctorate.
Find out more online: Libraries and Learning Services.
UniServices works with researchers and academic staff at the
University of Auckland to transfer world-class knowledge and technology into existing companies and startups.
With expertise in commercialisation and intellectual property,
UniServices actively identifies and protects ground-breaking discoveries with commercial potential. Doctoral candidates can benefit from professional advice, Commercialisation workshops and more.
Find out more online: UniServices.
Career Development and Employability Services (CDES)
It's never too early to start thinking about your career direction and preparing for the future. Get advice on professional and academic careers, CV-writing, job applications and interviews, skills portfolios and industry opportunities such as internships.
Find out more online: Careers Development and Employability Services.
Centre for eResearch
The centre offers a range of services to help researchers - including doctoral candidates - address challenging computational problems. Find out how you can benefit by following the link below.
Find out more online: Centre for eResearch.
Diagnostic English Language Needs Assessment (DELNA)
DELNA is the University's free English language diagnosis tool and it is mandatory for all doctoral candidates. Watch the video for a quick overview or get the details via the link below.
Find out more online: Diagnostic English Language Needs Assessment.
English Language Enrichment (ELE)
You can explore a wealth of opportunities to develop your English language skills, from writing workshops to speaking and listening groups.
Find out more online: English Language Enrichment.
Doctoral Academic Leadership Initiative (DALI)
This competitive academic leadership programme runs once per year, and gives mid-phase doctoral candidates a head-start in their pursuit of an academic career.
Find out more online: Doctoral Academic Leadership Initiative.