The University of Auckland

The University of Auckland is an exchange destination for Utrecht University School of Law students.

Student experiences

Student experiences Auckland 

Webpages

Law Faculty

Exchange students

Orientation

University accomodation

After you have applied

Information regarding COVID-19

Academic calendar

Semester 1 (in Utrecht): July up to and including November
Semester 2 (in Utrecht): February up to and including June

(Regularly: semester 2 recommended due to shortage in time for application and visa procedures for semester 1)

Important dates

 

Requirements

The minimal grade for your courses at UU: 7 average! (when applying at UU)

(students with an overall GPA of minimum grade of 6.5 plus an academic recommendation letter (from the Study Advisor) might be accepted as well)

As for the minimal English language requirement: VWO grade 7 for English is required/sufficient. More information

Areas of study open for exchange students

Law.
Maximum of one non-law course allowed.     

Course information

More information

The standard course load for full-time study is 50-60 points per semester or 100-120 points per year. Most courses are weighted 15 points and students generally take four courses per semester. Information on specific creditpoints is available in our course catalogue www.auckland.ac.nz/ssocourseadvice

Course descriptions and schedules are published in early November for the subsequent year (Semesters One and Two). Brief course descriptions as well as information on course prerequisites and restrictions are available in our course catalogue www.auckland.ac.nz/ssocourseadvice. For more detailed course descriptions, please refer to relevant faculty websites.

Students starting a new programme at the University of Auckland (including exchange students) will be automatically enrolled in the online Academic Integrity Course (ACADINT A01). This is a no-credit bearing course designed to increase student knowledge of academic integrity, university rules relating to academic conduct, and the identification and consequences of academic misconduct. Students are required to complete this course with 6 out 6 in all modules to pass. Failure to complete the course will result in a Did Not Complete (DNC) grade on the official University of Auckland academic transcript.

Exchange students who have completed at least four (4) semesters of law study are able to enrol, subject to spaces being available, in our 400-level undergraduate elective courses (described in detail on pp 24-72 of the Course Descriptions booklet).  Please note that some of these courses have prerequisites, usually comprising the foundational first and second-year law courses. It is usually the case that exchange  students will have completed equivalent foundational courses at their own institutions, so this is generally not a barrier, although some advanced courses may require specific prior knowledge.

Exchange students who have completed at least six (6) semesters of law study may be able to enrol, subject to space being available, in our 700-level postgraduate courses. Please note that class-sizes are limited to 25 students in these courses (described in the Postgraduate Law Courses document).

 

Living in Auckland

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Cost of living

Credits

You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table

Visa

Exchange students must apply for “Exchange Student Visa” to
Immigration New Zealand and obtain their student visa prior to entering
New Zealand. Please contact the nearest New Zealand embassy or
consulate for details of visa and application requirements

Exchange students should not enter New Zealand on a visitor visa.

Insurance

All enrolled international students are required to have approved health and
travel insurance (regardless of the visa type) for the duration of their visa
or until they depart New Zealand, whichever comes first.

Housing

Exchange students who wish to stay in the University accommodation
must apply online unless your home university or provider arranges this. Exchange students are placed in self-catering accommodation unless there is a special arrangement with our office.

Places available

4 students, max 1 semester each 

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