Helping your students choose a programme – info for career advisors

If your students aren’t sure which course is right for them and they’re feeling confused by all the options, don’t worry; we’ve got them covered! Read more about how you can help your students choose what to study and who they can talk to if they need help.

Also, remember to check out your copy of AUT’s Career Advisor Guide for study pathway diagrams. They illustrate how students can progress through AUT programmes from certificate level to postgraduate level for every study area.

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Degree builder online tool

Some of AUT’s bachelor’s degrees offer extra flexibility so students can include subjects from another area at AUT as part of their degree. Use our online degree builder to see what their three years of study could look like. build a degree

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Compare AUT degrees

Explore the different bachelor’s degrees your students can study at AUT. Compare their duration and flexibility, and check if they can get relevant workplace experience as part of their studies.


Meet with us

Are your students thinking about studying at AUT? They can book a time with us to discuss their study options, learn more about uni life at AUT and even get career advice.


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Start with a pathway programme

Our pathway programmes are perfect if you have a student who is not entirely sure what to expect from uni or missed out on getting into their dream degree. It’s a great way to try university – in just one year they gain a university qualification, develop the confidence for further study and prepare themselves for a bright future.


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Contact details

Career advisors are welcome to contact our student recruitment team with any questions.


View all AUT programmes

AUT offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Explore all the programmes available.


Other ways students can get ideas

Come and visit AUT LIVE

  • Visit our open day, AUT LIVE
  • Chat to AUT’s student recruitment team when they visit a school
  • Talk to family, friends, neighbours and teachers
  • Keep their options open by studying a flexible degree

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