International Programmes and Partnerships Team
Ainslie Moore, Deputy Director
Ainslie has over 15 years’ experience in international education roles in universities, government, peak bodies and agencies across Australia, the United States and New Zealand.
Prior to joining the University of Auckland as Deputy Director International Operations, Ainslie represented the interests of Australian Universities as Policy Director International for Universities Australia in areas of international education, immigration, alumni relations, student mobility and the student experience. She holds degrees in Communications and Public Policy.
Auckland Abroad Team (Study Abroad and Exchange)
We're here to make your Study Abroad and Exchange experience a positive one. We hope we have answered all your questions on the website but please don't hesitate to contact us for any further advice.
Lydie Faure Kilgannon is the Auckland Abroad Manager and is responsible for overseeing inbound and outbound Exchange students as well as inbound Study Abroad students.
Sarah Sung is on the Auckland Abroad team supporting inbound and outbound Exchange students as well as inbound Study Abroad students.
Jennifer Woronuk is the Auckland Abroad Officer responsible for outbound Exchange students.
Brittany Thomas is the Auckland Abroad Officer responsible for outbound Exchange students.
Sherry Fan is the Exchange and Study Abroad Officer responsible for inbound Exchange and Study Abroad students.
Note: All student enquiries regarding incoming Study Abroad and Exchange students should first be directed to your exchange/study abroad coordinator at your home university.
International Programmes, Partners and Networks
Ross Crosson is the Manager of International Programmes.
Bianca Ranson is the IES Abroad Programme Director.
Deborah McAllister is the International Networks Coordinator. She supports the University’s internationalisation and research objectives through its global research partnerships with Universitas 21 (U21), the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) and the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) maximising network opportunities and international collaboration between academic and professional staff, as well as students.
Thomas Hoaglund is the International Partnerships Adviser.