AUT - Starting Out

AUT

Starting Out


First Impressions of AUT

AUT University is delighted that you are joining us to begin your academic journey with the third largest and fastest growing University in New Zealand. Our mission is to foster excellence, equity and ethics in learning, teaching, research and scholarship, and in so doing serve our regional, national and international communities.

This area is for you if you’re undertaking a certificate, diploma, bachelors degree, graduate certificate or graduate diploma. You’ll find information to help you prepare for your journey and support you once you arrive at AUT University.

  • Before you arrive
    Before you arrive at AUT you can familiarise yourself with some of the University’s processes and services. Have a look at the pre-arrival checklist to make sure you’re fully prepared for a successful start
  • Fees, scholarships and finance
    This section offers information about fees, scholarship opportunities, working while you study, financial aid information and who to contact if you need financial advice
  • Accommodation
    Learn about AUT’s campus accommodation and the other accommodation options you can consider as you study here
  • Important dates
    Access semester calendars
  • Orientation
    AUT Orientation is a great way to familiarise yourself with the University and studying in New Zealand. Orientation covers the services and facilities at AUT, and the study skills to hit the ground running.
  • Academic information
    This section covers academic policies and regulations, IT information, what’s expected of you as a student, Getting Started workshops and seminars and the services available if you need academic support
  • Your health and wellbeing
    AUT has a variety of health and wellbeing services and resources. Find out about medical, counselling, spiritual and mental health services, sport and fitness, and how to stay safe on campus
  • Getting to and around campus
    Access maps and features of AUT’s campuses, a room numbering guide, and public transport, driving and parking information.
  • Events, clubs and activities
    Find out more about campus events - supported by Student Life, AuSM and AUT Hospitality Services.
  • Services and facilities
    Here’s an A-Z listing of AUT’s services and facilities.
  • Beyond orientation
    Here’s a ‘What do I do if’ section so you know who to contact in specific instances
Last updated: 07-Jul-2014 1.51pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

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