Upcoming events

Choose to Challenge: Year 11-13

10am-3pm, Saturday 20 March 2021

Owen G Glenn Building

Are you a Year 11-13 high school student curious about life on campus? Keen to celebrate women's achievements and take action for equality? Want to be part of the kōrero?

Choose to Challenge is a free interactive event in honour of this year's International Women’s Day theme. The day will celebrate equality and activism, with guest lecturers focusing on core subjects of English, History, and Politics.

The New Zealand Poet Laureate for 2017–2019 and English lecturer, Dr Selina Tusitala Marsh, will be leading our first session of the day on arts as activism and History lecturer Associate Professor Jennifer Frost will examine why the current voting age is 18. Dr Kathryn Smits from Politics and International Relations will close the day with a lecture investigating the links between gender and politics. 

Morning tea and lunch are provided. Students can register to attend through Eventbrite.

Future science student webinars

Webinars

Degree planning

Unsure what courses you need to take? Want to understand how to plan your degree?

Our degree planning webinars will take you through the basics showing you how to plan your study effectively and achieve your goals.

Enrolment Clinics

Take the stress out of enrolling by learning how to create your personalised timetable. Learn how to:

  • Enrol in courses, labs and tutorials
  • Avoid timetable clashes
  • Construct a timetable that balances study and free time 
  • Submit a concession if needed 
  • Enrol using Timetable Planner (for students taking Biomedical Science only)

Subject webinars

Are you thinking of studying Science but not sure about the subjects we offer?

Watch several past webinars where we discuss each of our subjects and answer questions in Q&A sessions.

2021 Future Student Evenings

Dates to be confirmed

Our Future Student Evenings are an opportunity for parents and students to hear what the University of Auckland has to offer.

As a parent or guardian, you want your son or daughter to earn a quality degree that will help equip them for whatever paths they choose. You also want to know that they're happy, safe, supported, and making the most of the opportunities presented to them. We’re glad you're considering the University of Auckland and look forward to welcoming your family into ours. To that end, our Future Student Evenings are designed to answer the many questions you may have as a parent or guardian.

So why not join us in 2021 to make informed choices about our undergraduate programmes, entry requirements, scholarships, student support services, campus life and more – and help set up your son or daugthter for life.