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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
The University of Auckland offers a full range of student support services to meet your personal, emotional and academic needs while studying abroad.
Be well offers a range of tools and information to help you care for your physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, so you can thrive.
Your Studentsafe Inbound insurance policy will cover most services at the University Health and Counselling Centre.
The Libraries and Learning Services team offer workshops, drop-in services and a wide range of online resources.
The University of Auckland is a safe, inclusive and equitable place for our LGBTQI+ students and staff.
The University of Auckland offers multi-denominational chaplaincy services, as well as a Muslim prayer space.
The SDS team supports students with physical impairments, learning disabilities and mental health conditions.
Our International Student Advisers offer advice and support for study abroad and exchange students, and help make your transition to life in Auckland easier.
Our accommodation team is committed to looking after you and providing a great living experience during your time in one of our University residences.