The Schools Partnership Office is dedicated to helping Careers Advisors and their students.
Guide to choosing school subjects
Our Subject Guide for School Students informs students about both subject requirements and good preparation.
School Partnerships Office Newsletters
New Zealand secondary school applicants
Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants with NCEA, CIE (taken in NZ) and IB qualifications.
Meet our team
As members of the Schools Partnership Office, we travel around to secondary schools connecting with students throughout the country.
Undergraduate study options
School-leaver and first-year scholarships
Find out about the scholarships available to you as entry level or first year student.
Explore your accommodation options in Auckland.
Fees and money matters
Find out about the costs involved with university study and how to apply for student loans or allowances.
Information for parents
When you enrol at Auckland, we welcome your family to a leading academic environment and the opportunity for your son or daughter to graduate with a top quality degree.
Information about Parents' Seminars, including Parents's Guide handbook.
Help and advice
You are welcome to come in with your son or daughter to discuss options together with a Course Adviser.
Preparation and foundation programmes
The Inside Word Student Blog
Follow our first-year bloggers and find out what university is really like.
Find out how students gain entry to the University, including standards to meet under NCEA, CIE and IB; and alternative entrance pathways.
To order copies of the 2017 undergraduate prospectus for your school please complete the Prospectus order form.
This guide shows Year 13 school subjects that are either recommended or required for our programmes.
Link News is delivered each school term and includes university updates, student profiles, SPO events and interesting content for you and your students.
Our team of Schools Advisers and details of how to get in touch.
Your online help and support centre. Search our frequently asked questions.
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