At Otago, you will have unprecedented opportunities. You will be taught by international experts in their fields; you will gain a world-class qualification, and you will be able to contribute to ground-breaking research.
The student experience at Otago is exceptional. You will join a diverse population of well over 20,000 students from around New Zealand and more than 100 nations around the world. Importantly, you will have the opportunity to truly define yourself and choose your own direction in life.
Tens of thousands of Otago graduates now live in all corners of the globe, many contributing to law, health, science, business and Government. Many of New Zealand's most renowned artists, novelists, poets and leaders also received their start at Otago.
The Dunedin campus includes Central Administration Divisions of Health Sciences Humanities Otago Business School (Commerce) Sciences
The University of Otago's Christchurch campus is based at the Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Available through the Christchurch campus are Health Sciences School of Medicine clinical training School of Physiotherapy clinical education research distance education postgraduate education
The University of Otago's Wellington campus is based at the Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Available through the Wellington campuses are Health Sciences School of Medicine & Health Sciences clinical training School of Physiotherapy clinical education research distance education postgraduate education Course information & advice
At the Auckland Centre we offer a variety of teaching and learning opportunities including a selection of Summer School papers. We are frequently pleased to host a number of distinguished guest speakers, business and industry forums and research summits. The Centre also functions as a base for our active Auckland and northern Alumni. The Auckland Centre is the base for the University's Schools' Liaison General Manager and northern area Schools' Liaison team, who work in partnership with schools to provide support and advice to prospective students and their families.
The Southland Campus in Invercargill is small and friendly and delivers a range of teacher education programmes in Early Childhood and Primary Education. Selected specialised Subject Studies and Education papers are also available to students studying at the Southland Campus. Specialised programmes in Te Pōkai Mātauranga o te Ao Rua (Primary Bicultural Education) are offered at the Southland Campus. Find out more about these programmes. The Invercargill Campus has an attractive and well-resourced library, newly refurbished teaching spaces in a purpose-built facility, and a range of services for students and teachers.