Learning Support/Activities for UUNZ Students
You will be issued with a textbook for General English courses and NZCEL Level 4 and 5 programmes at the start of courses. The cost of the textbook is included in course related fees.
Additional study resources will be available on UPORTAL and in the UUNZ library, and you will be provided with details of these at the start of your course.
All UUNZ students can access to the EBSCSO database for their academic enquiries, and search for academic journals and books directly from UPortal.
Auckland City Library
We encourage all our international students to sign up for Auckland City library to be able to benefit from their physical and online recourses. It is free of charge.
To become a member, students should to fill in an online form. This will give you 3 months temporary access. In order to have a full 1 year access, students should go directly to Auckland library with their student ID card and proof of address (bank statement etc. that shows their physical address).
Online registration form: Google this term: ' Join the library - Auckland Libraries’, click on the first ink from the Google search result. Then click on the Sign up Now under the Adult membership section.
Address: 44/46 Lorne St, Auckland, 1010 (within 5 minutes of walking from the UUNZ campus).
A good dictionary will be a great advantage to you during your studies as you will encounter a wide range of new vocabulary during your studies.
UUNZ has a number of bilingual/multilingual personnel to care for students coming from various countries. There is always someone here to offer support and guidance in your studies and everyday issues while staying in New Zealand.
For program queries
+64 9 9153390
For admission issues
For enrolment or study plan issues
For student welfare, homestay or pastoral care