Here you can access information about academic processes and support, financial matters, health and wellbeing services, social events and activities, getting to and around campus, graduation and job and career planning.
- Important dates
Access semester calendars.
- Academic information
Link through to undergraduate and postgraduate academic and study support information, academic policies and regulations, IT information and who to contact if you need academic support.
- 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.
- IT information
This section covers all the IT resources available to you while you study.
AUTonline is the flexible learning system provided by AUT. It supports students’ and lecturers’ learning and teaching in a way that best meets their needs of time, place and learning effectiveness.
- AUT Transport Shop
There is an Auckland Transport shop at the City Campus providing full services.
- UniCentral support
UniCentral is a portal delivering instant access to the following services.
Learn about AUT’s campus accommodation and the other accommodation options you can consider as you study here.
- 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.
- Social events, clubs and activities
If you want to get involved and be social have a look at campus events and the clubs, sports and services supported by AuSM or consider becoming a Student Mentor.
- Services and facilities
Here’s an A-Z listing of AUT’s services and facilities as well as a ‘What do I do if’ section so you know who to contact in specific instances.
Find details about graduation, including how to apply to graduate, where to get your academic dress, what happens on graduation day, and what to do after you graduate.
- Further study
As you finish your qualification, you may want to consider further study at AUT in order to advance your expertise in your chosen subject.
- Jobs and career planning
AUT University Career Services offers advice and resources to help you with your career decisions and job search.
- Student exchange: Inbound and Outbound
Studying overseas can change your life – immerse yourself in another culture, make lifelong friends and get international experience before you graduate. This page has information for current AUT students planning to study overseas, and for international students from AUT partner institutions who want to study at AUT.
- Contact information
As an international student, the International Student Support Service is your first point of contact for any questions. You can also contact the Student Centre or Ask Student Info.