Orientation

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Orientation is an essential part of your transition to tertiary study. AUT Orientation is a great way to familiarise yourself with the University and the services and facilities available to you, and develop the study skills to hit the ground running from Day 1.
Orientation is full of activities and workshops, designed especially for new students.

We expect all new students to attend Orientation, whether you’re new to the university or new to your programme.

At Orientation you will DISCOVER:

  • Welcome to your programme – be inspired and discover more about your programme of study
  • Workshops and seminars - attend a range of workshops on essential skills for new students

At Orientation you will CONNECT:

  • Meet your Student Ambassador who will show you around campus
  • Meet other students - some of whom may become your friends for life
  • Services Expo - connect with valuable services, supports, and opportunities to enable ongoing success

AUT101 – Orientation for all new International students
AUT101 – Orientation for all new undergraduate students (domestic and international)
AUT101 – Orientation for all new postgraduate students (domestic and international)
AUT102 – Orientation for new students aged 25 and over
AUT102 – Orientation for Maori, Pacific, and Chinese speaking students
What if I can’t attend the day time sessions?
Which faculty do I belong to?

AUT 101 - Orientation for all new undergraduate students (domestic and international) 

Who
When Where
New undergraduate students studying on the City Campus in the following faculties:
  • Business & Law
  • Health & Environmental Sciences
Monday 13 July 2015, 9am – 4pm
WG Building, City Campus
New  undergraduate students studying on the City Campus in the following faculties:
  • Design & Creative Technologies
  • Culture & Society
  • Te Ara Poutama   
Tuesday 14 July 2015, 9am - 4pm
WG Building, City Campus
All new undergraduate and postgraduate students studying on the North Campus
Wednesday 15 July 2015, 9am – 4pm
AF Building, North Campus
All new undergraduate and postgraduate students studying on the South Campus
Thursday 16 July 2015, 9am – 4pm
MB Building, South Campus
*To find out which faculty you are in visit our Orientation FAQs

Other AUT Orientation workshops you may need to attend:

  • Māori, Pacific or Chinese-speaking students: you also need to attend the AUT 102 Workshops (see details below)
  • Mature students: you also need to attend the AUT102 Workshops (see details below)
  • International students: you also need to attend International Orientation

AUT 102 Workshops

AUT celebrates diversity. We recognise that our students have very different backgrounds, experiences, beliefs, and needs, and that your introduction to university life needs to reflect this. AUT 102 Workshops are designed for:

  • All new Māori students
  • All new Pacific students
  • All new Chinese-speaking students
  • All new mature students (students aged 25 and over)

Students in these groups should attend AUT101 (listed above) and the relevant AUT102 Workshop.

Workshop
Who When
Where
Back to Study
All new students aged 25 and over   
Saturday 11 July 2015, 9:30am – 3:30pm   
City Campus,
North Campus,
South Campus
Ngā Rā Whakaterea   
All new Māori students   
Friday 17 July 2015, 9am – 4pm   
WG Building, City Campus
Hokule'a   
All new Pacific students   
Friday 17 July 2015, 9am – 4pm   
WG Building, City Campus
大学预备课程
All new Chinese-speaking students   
Friday 17 July 2015, 9am – 4pm   
WG Building, City Campus

Orientation Evening Sessions

Orientation Evening Sessions are designed for the following groups:

  • Supporters of new students (parents, partners, families, whānau)
  • New students who are unable to attend AUT101
When
Where
Monday 13 July 2015, 6pm – 8pm   
WG Building, City Campus
Tuesday 14 July 2015, 6pm – 8pm
WG Building, City Campus
Wednesday 15 July 2015, 6pm – 8pm
AF Building, North Campus
Thursday 16 July 2015, 4.30pm – 6.30pm MB Building, South Campus

*Please note that the Orientation Evening Sessions are campus-specific. You should attend the session on the same campus where you are studying. Unfortunately AUT can't provide childcare during these sessions.

To get ready for Orientation, have a look at the New Student Guide.
pdf icon New Student Guide 2015 (41 pages, 4 MB)

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Last updated: 29-Jun-2015 8.43am

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