Documents to support your application
You will need to provide documents to support your application. Below are examples. After you submit your Application for Admission, you will be sent an email listing the documents we require.
|Supporting Documents - Required||Supporting Documents - Examples|
|Evidence of your name, date of birth, name changes, citizenship or residency||
Identity documents must be correctly certified before submitting online.
To do this, please complete the Student Declaration form for Identity Documents.
Please follow the detailed instructions in your online application.
For more information, please see Certifying copies of documents for Admission.
|Evidence of prior study (1) (2)||
We now accept certified digital transcripts from My eQuals and CHESSIC. For more information, please visit Sharing certified digital documents.
If your documents are in a language other than English, you must provide the original language version and the English translation. If you are,
|Evidence of English language proficiency (4)||IELTS or TOEFL or equivalent.|
Supplementary forms, interviews, portfolios or auditions.
After you apply, we will email you with any additional requirements and how to complete them.
1. If you are waiting for final results, you can make an application and we will process it as far as possible. When your final results are available, upload your official academic transcript(s) to your application. To access your submitted application, please see Continue your application.
2. If you completed NCEA, Cambridge International and IB study in New Zealand, don’t send copies of your results - we can access these directly. Please ensure you have entered your study information in your application for admission and granted the University of Auckland permission to access your results. To apply, please visit Apply now.
3. Your course outlines may be requested if you apply to transfer credit. You will be notified if more documents are required, for example the degree/diploma structure and grading system. For information about course outlines, please visit Transfer credit - course outlines definition.
4. International applicants or domestic applicants whose first language is not English need to meet English language requirements. For more information, see: