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Course advice – there’s more to it than you think. Find out for yourself.

Planning in your first year sets you up for your second, third, fourth, fifth…

Get one-on-one advice that’s tailored for you.

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What is course advice?

Find out about course advice and how it can help you

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Plan your study

View online resources to help you in your decision making process

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Attend an event

If you can’t find what you need online then attend a course advice event

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What is course advice?

Find out about course advice and how it can help you

Course advice is a chance to talk through your course of study and ensure you get the most from your study at the University of Otago.

Our course advisers can help you:

  • plan what you want to study
  • choose the degree and papers that are right for you
  • look at your career aspirations and how your study fits in with that
  • make sure that you've got the right combination of papers to meet regulations

It’s also an opportunity to find out about other services that are available at the University to allow you to finish your qualification with the skills, knowledge and confidence to tackle life’s challenges beyond University.

You are able to access course advice throughout the year, and at any time during your studies.

Getting course advice is as easy as making an appointment with staff from the University Course Advice Service or chatting to a Course Adviser online.

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Plan your study

View online resources to help you in your decision making process

Choosing the right programme.

With so many possibilities to choose from it can be daunting deciding which subject to study, or what qualification will be best to help you achieve your goals.

In the Planning your study at Otago section there are some tools to help you narrow down your choices, a step-by-step plan for your first year, some advice on ways to structure your programme, plus a section with commonly used terminology.

Start planning your study!

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Attend an event

If you can’t find what you need online then attend a course advice event

The event to prepare you for all events.

Everyone is different—some people study a degree to help them get a particular job, while others want to keep their options open and study something they are fascinated with.

Date
Wednesday 5th November, 2014
Time
11.30 am
Venue
This event is held at the Union Hall