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We have staff trained and registered with Red Cross or an on-campus nurse for minor health and wellbeing issues at the International College. If students need further medical treatment, a doctor is available by appointment. Click here if you would like more information about medical support in New Zealand.
As a University of Auckland student, you can choose from more than 200 student clubs and societies to participate in. Check out the different clubs you can join here.
The social hub of our International College campus – gather here to watch movies, play board games and Xbox, use the computers, study and socialise.
Open Hours: Monday to Friday – 08.30am until 5:00pm
You will also have recreation membership which provides access to a wide range of the University’s facilities and services. Learn more about the facilities and programme.
The University of Auckland in partnership with UP Education has launched the University of Auckland International College in December 2021, unveiling a refurbished teaching facility at 345 Queen Street, a stone’s throw from the University Central City Campus.
Craig Jones, CEO of University Partnerships at UP Education says: “To prepare for a new era of international education, we have invested in a purpose-designed education facility with uniquely Aotearoa influences, providing a safe, modern and welcoming space for international students to excel.”