Online Enrolment Form

Personal

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Date of birth *



Have you applied for an AUT University programme?
If yes, do you already have a Conditional Offer of Place letter?

Course

Your level of English
Course required (please select one of the following) *

Residential Accommodation

You must book a minimum of 4 weeks. You can only book residential accommodation for the same length of time as your course. You can only extend by whole course modules. Subject to availability.

If you cancel your residential accommodation at least 4 weeks before your course is due to begin, a refund of all fees is made except for the placement fee. If you cancel your residential accommodation less than 4 weeks before your course is due to begin AUT International House will not refund the first 4 weeks that you have paid, but will refund all other fees except the placement fee.

If you cancel your residential accommodation while you are living there, 4 weeks notice will be required. AUT International House will refund the balance. The full bond will be refunded if the room and unit are damage free. The placement fee will not be refunded.

Please select one
Check In *
Check Out *
I would prefer

Homestay Accommodation

Please select one
First night *
Last night *
I would prefer
Do you smoke?
Do you require a free airport transfer? (only for students with AUT IH homestay)

Travel

Arrival date *
Departure date *

Insurance

International Students must have appropriate and current Medical & Travel Insurance while studying in New Zealand. AUT International House will arrange Medical & Travel Insurance with Uni-Care on your behalf. Insurance for the length of the your course will be added to your Statement of Fees. Please ask AUT IH if you require us to arrange insurance for you. We recommend Uni-care Travel & Medical Insurance (Premier Partnership Plan).

If you wish to arrange Medical & Travel Insurance yourself, you will need to provide proof of such as a copy of your policy to be able to confirm your enrolment. Travel & Medical Insurance must be arranged before course commencement for the duration of the course. Students will not be permitted to start class without insurance.

For more information please visit: www.uni-care.org

I will require AUT IH to arrange Medical & Travel Insurance for me
I will arrange Medical & Travel Insurance myself and will provide a copy of my policy on the first day of my course

Declaration

Thank you for visiting our website. AUT has made a commitment to protecting the privacy of users of our website as we appreciate that site visitors and users are concerned about their privacy and the security of any information that they may provide.

Any personal information provided by site visitors will be made available only to authorised staff of the University.

AUT undertakes to collect and maintain any personal information in a manner consistent with the principles outlined in the Privacy Act 1993.

Like most websites, we monitor usage to help us to make it useful to as many visitors as possible and to map web trends. To do this we collect some information about users of the site, and we may also ask you for information in order to provide a service to you. Details of what we collect and how it is used are contained in this statement.

We may use available technology to determine which areas of our websites you visit and the activities which you participate in. This information will be used for the purposes of marketing, marketing automation, business development, and trend analysis. For this purpose we use cookies and web analytics.


The following information is collected by Auckland University of Technology (“the University”) when you visit our websites:

  • Your browser's internet address
  • Your server's address
  • Your domain name
  • Your IP address
  • The date and time of your visit to the site
  • The pages you accessed and documents downloaded
  • Email clicks
  • Video engagement
  • The previous site visited
  • The type of browser you are using, and device
  • The username entered if accessing a restricted site.

This information is collected for the following purposes:

  • The University uses this information to: aggregate website statistics for known and unknown users and measure traffic patterns to, from, and within this site; help us to better understand our website audience; improve our services to students, and; for targeted marketing and student recruitment purposes. We also select certain known users for the purposes of communication.
  • Targeting the University’s advertising using Google Remarketing and Facebook Remarketing (remarketing is a way for us to connect with visitors, based on their past interactions with the University’s website/s).
  • Statistical purposes and system administration tasks.

As a result of the University’s use of remarketing (on social media platforms), third party vendors (which include Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram) may use “cookies” to show you ads related to the University as you visit third party sites across the internet.

A cookie is a very small text file that is sent to your browser from our web server and stored on your computer hard drive. The text file is sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server. Cookies help us to provide the user with a customised experience without their having to remind us of their preferences each time they return to our web pages. Cookies cannot damage files, nor can they read information from the hard drive of a computer. It is possible to disable the acceptance of cookies by your web browser. However, doing so may restrict your ability to access some web pages.

You have a right to access personal information that the University holds about you, subject to any exceptions in the Privacy Act 1993.

Email and feedback information

All email correspondence sent to this site is treated as a public record and may be retained by us for future consideration.

Email messages may be monitored by our Web and Technology Services support staff for system trouble shooting and maintenance purposes and some emails received by our website support staff may be forwarded to other AUT staff for appropriate action if required. Staff of AUT will not disclose these details to third parties without your consent (unless required by law).

Marketing communications

AUT collects and holds personal information in accordance with its obligations under the Privacy Act 1993. Your personal information is collected so that we can provide you with relevant information about our courses and the benefits of studying at AUT.

By providing your email address or mobile phone number and agreeing to the terms of our Privacy Policy you consent to receive email or text message (SMS) marketing communications from AUT, including (but not limited to) events, course information and newsletters.

You can opt into or out of receiving promotional materials at any time by following the unsubscribe link in the relevant email or by replying to an SMS message alert you have received with ‘STOP’. You have the right to access and correct personal information and can do this by calling 0800 288 864 during business hours.

You may request the complete erasure of your personal data from the AUT marketing database. Removal will be agreed to if it does not compromise freedom of expression or the ability to research.

In the event of a data breach AUT will inform the Privacy Commissioner before then informing you.

By agreeing to the terms of the AUT Privacy Policy you consent to the collection, storage and use of your personal information in accordance with our Privacy Policy and these Terms. You can find our Privacy Policy online. Alternatively, you may contact us on 0800 288 864 and we will make a copy of our Privacy Policy available to you on request.

Specific AUT Policies Related to Privacy

Personal Information
This policy sets out the criteria and procedures to ensure the safeguarding of personal information held by the University and provides clear guidelines for the collection, maintenance of and access to personal information, and procedures for action if such information is misused.

Privacy policy documents