If you are an international student under 18 when you start at AUT, it is important you and your parents or legal guardian read the following information.
On this page:
Contact details for your parents or legal guardian
Accommodation for international students under 18
Arriving in Auckland - what you need to do
Regular meetings and reports while you are under 18
The Code sets out minimum standards of advice and care that you can expect and provides a procedure that you can follow if you have concerns about the treatment you receive from us or an AUT registered agent. Responsibility for pastoral care of international students under the Code is for the duration of enrolment.
In line with the Code, if you are under 18 years old when you start your study, AUT requires that you live in one of the following accommodation options:
You may not live in any other type of accommodation while you are under 18 years of age.
Your parent/s or legal guardian/s must confirm that they will be residing in Auckland at least until you turn 18. Once we receive this, we may arrange to view the property and meet with your parents.
If you and your parents are interested in homestay accommodation contact either of the two organisations directly for assistance.
A designated caregiver must be a relative or a close family friend that your parent or legal guardian has designated to be your caregiver and accommodation provider. If your parents would like you to live with a designated caregiver, they must sign an indemnity document. Please contact the Student Hub and request an Indemnity Document for Students Living with a Designated Caregiver. We will send a form to your parents to complete and return to us.
Your designated caregiver must also sign an agreement. Once we receive the Indemnity Document signed by your parents, we will send the Designated Caregiver Agreement to the designated caregiver and arrange to view the property and meet the designated caregiver.
Note: Accommodation is subject to the approval of AUT.
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You must meet on a regular basis with an Student Hub Advisor to discuss:
If we are concerned about your welfare or academic progress, we will send a report to your parents or legal guardian.