Online programmes for offshore international students

AUT’s mission is to nurture great graduates by providing exceptional learning experiences for all our students. Our focus is on providing the best possible on-campus and off-campus learning for 2022 and beyond.

For international students currently offshore who are unable to study on campus due to border restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some AUT programmes you can study online with us in 2022.

You can progress your qualification now without needing a student visa to study from your home country. You can then safely transition to study with us on campus in the near future once the borders are open, or if you become eligible for any new border exception cohorts announced by the New Zealand government.

Undergraduate programme

*This applies to prescribed courses in the first year. Students are expected to finish the programme on campus when the borders are open or if they are eligible through the border exception process.

Postgraduate programme

Undergraduate programme

*Only part-time study is available. Students can take one or all of the following courses: EDUC504 Places and learning course that is online, EDUC611 Understanding diversity through children’s literature.

Undergraduate programmes

*This applies to prescribed courses in the first year. Student are expected to finish the programme on campus when the borders are open or if they are eligible through the border exception process.
**This applies to prescribed courses in the first year and can only be taken part-time with two courses in each semester. Student are expected to finish the programme on campus when the borders are open or if they are eligible through the border exception process.

Postgraduate programmes

Information on applying to study health sciences from 2022

Programmes starting in July 2022

Undergraduate programmes

*The Bachelor of Health Science – individual pathway (four common courses) may be taken from a distance. Please note the enrolment pathway for all programmes of study beyond the first semester (commencing July 2022) will require negotiation subject to on-campus requirements and how these can be managed in relation to border closures. Any students enrolling from offshore commencing in Semester 2, 2022 may need to consider a leave of absence during the enrolment period in relation to these issues.

Postgraduate programmes

*All applicants must hold NZ nursing registrations
**Some courses require NZ registration

Programmes offered for full-time or part-time study

Undergraduate programmes

*In the Bachelor of International Hospitality Management only the double major pathway is available and students will be enrolled in prescribed theory courses.

Postgraduate programmes

Programmes offered for part-time study only

Undergraduate programmes

Bachelor's degrees

*In the Bachelor of International Hospitality Management and Bachelor of International Tourism Management programmes only the double major pathway is available and students will be enrolled in prescribed theory courses. 

Graduate diplomas

*Students will be enrolled in prescribed theory courses.

Postgraduate programmes

*Students will be enrolled in prescribed theory courses.

The above options are only for new offshore international students. Students can contact the school for any queries: handtqueries@aut.ac.nz. For more information refer to this Blackboard page.

Postgraduate programme

*The programme is approved on a case-by-case basis. Note that the Master of Laws in coursework is not available online.

Certificate

*Courses you study focus on social data analytics.

If you're currently offshore and your chosen programme is not listed above, we encourage you to apply for study in the next possible intake.

Disclaimer:
AUT recommends that anyone interested in studying online should check and verify if their respective government will recognise the proposed qualification if a component is completed online.

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