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An overview of general eligibility, programme eligibility, and continued eligibility when receiving loans at the University.
Direct Loan eligibility
Find out about students eligibility, programme eligibility, and continued eligibility when receiving loans at the University of Auckland.
Direct Loan application process
Find out about the Direct Loan application process, disbursement timeline and Direct Loan information letter to support a Student Visa application.
Types of Direct Loans
An overview of Direct Loan types and their annual and aggregate limits.
Find out how to apply for a private loan.
Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is an estimate of your educational expenses for your academic period at the University.
Withdrawal and Return of Title IV
Under US federal law, the University is required to report any changes to your enrolment and perform a Return of Title IV if applicable.
Deferment of previous US student loans and enrolment reporting
If you are enrolled in half-time study or more, we will report your enrolment to the US Department of Education.
Student Loan Default Prevention and Management Plan
Find out about the financial risk assessment, preventive measures and support provided by the University for Federal Aid Loan Recipients.
When you withdraw or your enrolment ends or drops below half-time, you must complete mandatory Exit Counselling.
Direct Loans for international students
Find out about Direct Loans for Study Abroad and Exchange students at the University of Auckland.
Veterans Affairs funding
The University of Auckland is an eligible institution to receive Veterans Affairs education benefits from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
The US government requires institutions offering federal student loans to disclose the following consumer information.
US financial aid - frequently asked questions
Find the answers to frequently asked questions about US financial aid.
Contact the US Financial Aid Coordinator
For information about US federal and private loans, contact our US financial aid coordinator.
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