Information for parents and supporters

University can be a big change from secondary school. If you’re a parent, whānau, or a supporter of a child considering university study, you can use this information to help support their decision-making.

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Is your teen thinking about studying at AUT? If they haven’t been on campus yet, our friendly on-campus relationship managers can meet them and discuss their study options.

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AUT City Campus

55 Wellesley Street East
Auckland Central

AUT North Campus

90 Akoranga Drive
Northcote, Auckland

AUT South Campus

640 Great South Rd
Manukau, Auckland
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Hazel Umaga and Taylor McDonald are winners of the 2018 Pacific Youth Awards.
Prime Minister recognises AUT students
23 Apr, 2018
Hazel Umaga and Taylor McDonald are winners of the 2018 Pacific Youth Awards.
Professor Grant Schofield, Dr Caryn Zinn and chef Craig Rodger
New book sheds light on fasting
20 Apr, 2018
We’re fatter and sicker than ever before – and according to a new book, the answer to this modern scourge could lie in the age-old practice of fasting.
AUT student links with US-NZ leaders
AUT student links with US-NZ leaders
17 Apr, 2018
AUT business and law student Charle Megala is appointed to the US Embassy’s New Zealand Youth Council for 2018.
AUT fourth-year law student Te Puea Matoe
Law student’s Borrin Foundation support
13 Apr, 2018
The research grant will fund a research internship investigating how cultural information can improve outcomes for Māori in the justice system.
Te Karere reporter Te Okiwa McLean of Ngāi Tūhoe
11 Apr, 2018