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Student support services

Whether you need a doctor, spiritual guidance, academic or learning support, or just someone to orientate you around the campus - there’s assistance available to help you balance your study and living.

  • School of Graduate Studies

    The School of Graduate Studies bears overall responsibility for the development and oversight of policies and procedures for graduate programmes, and for the promotion of graduate study and advocacy for graduate students.

  • Postgraduate Students' Association (PGSA)

    The PGSA is dedicated to strengthening the postgraduate student community and organises various social events for postgraduate students.

  • Academic and learning support

    We offer a range of learning resources and academic support services to help with all your study needs.

  • Māori student support

    Information, advice and support to ensure The University of Auckland provides equal educational opportunities to all Māori who have the potential to succeed here.

  • Pacific student support

    Find out about student services specifically for Pacific students, including the Fale Pasifika and faculty facilities.

  • International student support

    The staff at the International Student Information Centre can offer help with a range of matters including your study, immigration, health, work and accommodation.

  • Support for students with disabilities

    The University is committed to providing equal opportunities for all students and staff, and therefore provides services for students with disabilities to enable them to participate fully in University life.

  • Support for students who are parents

    The University has five early childhood centres for the children of students and staff, as well as child-friendly study and library spaces.

  • Personal support

    Find out about support available to support your learning, your health or to meet your personal or community needs.