The University of Otago has a number of publications available for prospective students and their families. They outline the many opportunities that await you here on campus and help you make well-informed decisions.
Guide to Enrolment
The Guide to Enrolment is there to help guide you through the application and enrolment process, and provides valuable information for planning your course. It also includes degree structures and details of papers that are available.
Please note that some information may have changed since the Guide to Enrolment was produced. See the links below for current information on subjects, papers and qualifications available at the University of Otago.
If you’re planning to study at the University of Otago for the first time, you need to take a look at the Prospectus which is out in June each year. It shows you the range of subjects available, helps you understand how Otago degrees are structured and provides important information on entrance requirements, enrolment, support services,and accommodation.
Details of all the courses are also available in the Guide to Enrolment.
College of Education Prospectus
If you want to inspire in the classroom or better understand the educational influences in our society the College of Education will have a programme for you. The College of Education Prospectus has information on programmes offered plus details on applications and admission.
See the College of Education for more information.
We know going to university is a big decision and the University of Otago Parents’ Guide is there to help. Is University the right choice? Is it worth it? What is it like? These are some of the questions answered plus it gives an overview of life at Otago, enrolment procedures, accommodation and costs.
Whether you’re seeking to boost your career or follow your passion in an area of study, we have the programme to challenge you, and the support you need to assist you on your journey.
See the Postgraduate webpage for more information.
Distance Learning Prospectus
Otago offers a vast range of courses that can be learnt off campus. The Distance Learning Prospectus has information on courses offered, fees and enrolment procedures.
See the Distance Learning page for more information.
Summer School Prospectus
Summer School is an intensive teaching period from early January to mid-February during which a range of undergraduate papers are offered.
See the Summer School page for more information.
Want to know more about a particular subject? There are info sheets for almost every course at Otago on the individual subject pages.
- Intro to Otago (PDF, 2.8MB)
- Whanau Guide (PDF, 1.4MB)
- Code of Student Conduct (PDF, 0.19Mb)
- Disability Information & Support: Resources and support (PDF, 0.22MB)
- Disability Information & Support: A guide for secondary school students (PDF, 0.48MB)
- Otago at a Glance (PDF, 1.2MB)
- Campus map
- University of Otago Calendar