Application information for prospective students
See also: Information for international students.
New Zealand undergraduate
You should enrol at the University of Otago following the steps outlined at http://www.otago.ac.nz/study/enrolling.html
If you have specific questions about our courses after viewing the information on our website (use the links on the left of this page) then you should contact the following course advisers:
- 100-level: Assoc. Prof. Daphne Lee
- 200-level: Prof. Ewan Fordyce, Dr Candace Martin
- 300-level: Assoc. Prof. James White
- 400-level: Dr Michael Palin
These staff can advise you about course-related matters during the academic year. If you cannot contact one of the advisers immediately (for example, a staff member may be in the field or on leave), then contact our Academic Administrator.
The coordinating adviser for Geology is Professor Ewan fordyce.
New Zealand postgraduate
Be sure to see what papers and degrees we offer (use the links on the left of this page).You should first contact the academic staff member whose research and teaching most closely match your field(s) of interest. If you cannot contact the staff member immediately (for example, staff may be in the field or on leave), then contact our Academic Administrator. You will still need to enrol at the University of Otago: see http://www.otago.ac.nz/study/enrolling.html
You may be eligible for geology scholarships so be sure to see what scholarships and positions are currently available.
Research Higher Degrees & Scholarships Office maintains a PhD website which contains a lot of information and forms that PhD students will need from time to time.