AUT is committed to the empowerment of Pacific communities through education. In this page, you will find information about AUT's comprehensive support services and networks, as well as a selection of inspiring stories from our Pacific students and alumni.
AUT offers support for our diverse Pacific communities through the Student Hub. Whatever you need: help with your studies or just a new ID card, the friendly Student Hub Advisors will help you.
Here are useful links to provide support and a sense of community here at AUT:
The Oceanian Leadership network is for all AUT students to be a part of. The Network offers academic support and mentorship, and also offers leadership opportunities and personal growth.
iMAPS offers weekly study sessions that provide academic and pastoral support for students. First-year students who attend are assisted by highly successful second and third-year peer leaders.
AUT's Student Learning team offers a range of services, resources and information for Pacific students.
We have a number of Fono rooms on campus for Pacific students at AUT, which you are welcome to use for studying, group assignments or just relaxing.
The aim of the Wānanga series is to build a culture of support for AUT Māori and Pasifika Postgraduate students across the entire University and to foster a network of collaboration to support these students through their higher degree journey.
The Talanoa series is a seminar series for Pacific Postgraduate students from universities all over New Zealand to come together fortnightly and present their Postgraduate research with time allowed for questions and discussion.
Last updated: 10-Apr-2017 4.30pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.