International Programmes and Partnerships Team
Our dedicated team builds relationships with leading international institutions through our student programmes, network partnerships, and direct engagement.
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.
360 International provides University of Auckland students with access to a diverse range of overseas experiences including semester-long and year-long exchange, short-term and summer programmes, research placements, internships, and more.
Lydie Faure Kilgannon is the 360 International Manager and is responsible for managing overseas opportunities for University of Auckland students.
Chandra Leenheer, Easter Faasoo-Tuilagi, and Nina Riikonen are our 360 International Advisors responsible for the University of Auckland's outbound students.
Email us at 360International@auckland.ac.nz
Study Abroad and Exchange
We offer a wide-range of study options for international students. Study for a semester or a year at New Zealand's top-ranked university with a diverse range of subjects and courses in a coastal city that combines liveability and stunning natural beauty.
Sarah Sung is the Study Abroad Manager overseeing inbound study aborad and exchange programmes.
Anna Frisk and Sherry Fan are our Study Abroad Advisors responsible for inbound study aborad and exchange students.
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Note: All student inquires 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
We offer transforamative, high-quality, customised study opportunities for students at our world-ranked university, while they experience the culture of one of the world's most diverse and vibrant counties.
Ross Crosson is the Manager of International Short Courses responsible for the design, development and delivery of customised programmes to meet international students' needs.
Bianca Ranson is the IES Abroad Programme Director administering the IES Study Abroad programme.
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 Advisor. He is responsible for supporting the University's international strategic plan through managing international agreements, overseeing international visits, and maintaining relationships with key University partners.
Please contact us if you have questions regarding our global engagement and networks.