Sometimes we all need someone to support us. AUSA Advocacy offers free support, advice and information to students. Our Advocacy service is professional and confidential. We are 100% independent from the University, which means the advice we provide will always be in your best interest. Find out more or make an enquiry here.
AUSA offers a number of grants for students facing financial difficulty. Find out more or apply online here.
AUSA is your first stop for lost property on campus. Just head along to the AUSA Reception (4 Alfred St) and get our wonderful receptionist to help you out. If you can’t make it in or it’s after hours feel free to use the form http://www.ausa.org.nz/services/lost-property/.
To contact us about other matters please go here
International Buddy Program
Adjusting to a new cultural environment can be exciting and challenging. New international students at the University of Auckland often have a lot of questions and concerns about kiwi life. The International Buddy Program was created to ease the transition, with current domestic and international students helping new international students. International Buddy Program is FREE, FUN and held each semester for new international students. All that is required is your commitment to the program!
To become a buddy, interact with some fantastic people and share your knowledge of Kiwi life. Apply here.
If you are a new international student coming to Auckland University and want a buddy. Apply here.
- Notice is hereby given of an AUSA Special General Meeting to be held on Friday, 1 June 2018 at 2pm in Shadows. The SGM has been […]
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