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Science Student Centre

If you wish to see the Science Advisers regarding programmes or course advice, planning and approval, please contact the Faculty of Science Student Centre to make an appointment to visit during consultation hours. To get general advice or further information, you can drop in throughout the day.

Orientation at the Faculty of Science

Welcome to the Faculty, for everything you need to know about Orientation please see Orientation at the Faculty of Science,

 

Contact details

Address:
Science Student Centre
Building 301
23 Symonds Street
Auckland 1010

Phone:
+64 9 923 7020

 

 

 

Email:
Undergraduate enquiries: scifac@auckland.ac.nz
Postgraduate enquiries: pgscience@auckland.ac.nz

Open:
Monday to Friday 9am – 4.30pm

We are located at Level G, Room G 20 (beside the entrance to the Large Chem Lecture Theatre).

 

 

 

  • Study options

    Detailed information about our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

  • Key contacts

    Contact information and course advice for future and current undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Faculty of Science

  • Admission advice

    Find out all you need to know about making an Application for Admission to the University and gaining entry into undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

  • Forms and procedures for students

    Downloadable forms and information related to examination, records, enrolment, fees, graduation and conflict resolution.

  • Enrolment advice

    Tips and advice for choosing and enrolling in your classes and setting your timetable.

  • Planning your degree

    How to choose your courses for your BSc or BTech, as well as tips for planning a conjoint degree, setting your timetable and considering your workload.

  • Academic information

    Important dates, exams, courses, graduation, Summer School, the Academic Integrity Course and DELNA.

  • Student support services

    Learn more about the support services available to Science students – from academic and learning assistance to personal and living support , and support for our Maori and Pacific students.

  • Tuākana programme

    Tuākana is a mentoring programme designed to help Māori and Pacific students achieve the best possible grades via workshops, study groups and sessions with tutors and mentors.

  • Career Development

    Learn more about the information and advice Career Development and Employment Services can provide you with.