AUT has legal obligations in relation to students engaging with the public during their studies. These apply to all programmes which include placements, particularly those educating students in disciplines covered by the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (2003) and/or the Vulnerable Children’s Act (2014), as well as students whose learning may involve practice in which they may potentially come into contact with children.
All applicants to the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences (FHES) who have been offered a provisional place for these programmes are required to submit the following additional documents:
If you are in Auckland, New Zealand
If you are overseas
Take the original document and a photocopy of it to an AUT registered agent or your country's equivalent to a Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, Member of Parliament, Judge or any person authorised by the law of your country to administer an oath.
Please note: Please do not send original documents (passports, birth certificates) as they will not be returned.
The University may suspend or terminate your enrolment if any falsified documents are discovered during the application or enrolment process, or during your study.
Health Addendum and/or Referees Nomination Form are required to be uploaded to Arion.
Please refer to:
How to upload documents to Arion (PDF)
Police Vetting Request & Consent Form is required to be submitted in person or in hard copy.
Submit your documents to AUT Student Hub:
Mail your documents to the AUT Faculty Programme Administration Office
Faculty Programme Administration Office A-15
Faculty of Health and Environmental Science
Private Bag 92006
Please note if students are unsuccessful in submitting the above documents, the provisional offer will be rescinded.
Last updated: 31-Jan-2018 12.06pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.