International programmes and partnerships
Our dedicated team builds relationships with leading international institutions through our student programmes, network partnerships, and direct engagement.
Ainslie Moore, Deputy Director International
Ainslie Moore is the Deputy Director International for the University of Auckland. She has over twenty years' experience in international education in universities, peak bodies and government in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. She holds degrees in public policy and public relations and is passionate about the benefits of international education for students and society.
360 International strategic report
Download and read our strategic report on increasing Māori participation in learning abroad below, written by Lydie Faure Kilgannon, Ainslie Moore and Brett Berquist for 360 International.
360 International provides University of Auckland students with access to a diverse range of overseas and virtual experiences including semester-long and year-long exchange, short-term and summer programmes, research placements, internships, and more.
Learn more about 360 International.
Chandra Leenheer is the 360 International Manager, leading the team to promote learning abroad opportunities for current University of Auckland students.
Raewyn Tan and Emily Champagne and Lucy Chong are our 360 International Advisers responsible for the University of Auckland's outbound exchange programme and students participating in learning abroad activities.
As the Outbound Scholarships Coordinator, Bobbie Noloboff is responsible for submission of group programme applications for the Prime Minister's Scholarships for Asia and Latin America, and for coordinating funded group programme activities, including students pre- and post- programme learning journey.
Email us at 360International@auckland.ac.nz
Study Abroad and Exchange
The Study Abroad team provides study abroad and exchange opportunities for overseas university students to spend a summer, semester or year at New Zealand's top-ranked university. They can choose courses from a diverse range of subjects and courses while living in a coastal city that combines liveability and stunning natural beauty.
More information about study options for international students.
Sarah Sung is the Study Abroad Manager overseeing the Study Abroad team and study abroad partnerships.
Sherry Fan and Sydney Sharpe are our Study Abroad Advisers responsible for inbound study abroad and exchange students.
Email us at email@example.com
Simon Underwood is the International Short Courses Manager developing transformative, high-quality, customised programmes for overseas universities.
Isabella River is the International Short Courses & Office Coordinator working on delivery of short programmes and other office projects.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 Partnerships and Networks
Addison Pan serves as our International Networks Manager. Addison adeptly steers the University's internationalisation and research goals by harnessing our extensive global research collaborations. This includes optimizing networking opportunities and fostering international collaborations among academic and professional staff, as well as students. Our global research partnerships encompass:
- Universitas 21 (U21),
- Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU)
- Worldwide Universities Network (WUN)
If you have questions regarding our global engagement and networks, please contact us.
We support the International Strategy Group to identify and develop international strategic partnerships. We lead the faculty working groups to produce strategic partnership plans for identified partners, and advise International Managers on the University’s International policy regarding partnerships and strategic engagement.
Deepa Chaturvedi is our International Partnerships Adviser responsible for maintaining effective communication and engagement with our global partners, assessing the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Student Exchange Agreement (SEA) proposals, and providing recommendations for a decision to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Strategic Engagement and Director International. She provides support to the New Zealand Centres in India and China, and works to develop partnership with our Strategic Partners in the USA.
For any enquiries or interest in partnership with the University, please write to us at email@example.com