The Afghan Student’s Association (ASA) was founded at the end of 2020 with the intention of creating a community for the local Afghan students.
Course enrolment for 2022 is now open
If you are continuing in the same programme, or have accepted an offer of a place in a new programme, you can now complete the annual details and select your papers via your eVision portal.
Course advice is available all year round and as many times as you need. If you would like to discuss your choice of papers with an expert, talk to one of our Student Advisers.
Thinking of taking a Summer School paper?
Paper selection and enrolment for Summer School is open now. You can select papers through your eVision portal.
Get the best out of your assignments and exams
HEDC Student Learning Development provides free academic development to students studying at the University of Otago. Whether you are working hard to get a pass mark or seeking to gain a top result, you can benefit from their services.
Are you on the right track?
Our student advisers in Student Development offer a friendly ear to listen and provide guidance on what matters to you.
Through one-on-one collaborative discussions we can provide course advice and planning based on your academic goals and aspirations, and connect you with our wider support services.
Course advice is available throughout the year, and at any time during your studies.
Thinking of changing your qualification or subject, or adding a minor?
The Guide to Enrolment shows you the qualifications, subjects, and papers on offer at Otago in one easy-to-use resource.
Some information may have changed since it was produced. See the following links for the latest information:
Making the most of your time at Otago
- First-Year Students website
- Study skills – digital resources
- Student Learning Development
- Locals programme
It’s not usual for medical students to do research on the side, and even less usual for them to be primary author on a research paper.
Every year the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) brings together students from across the country who have potential to be the next generation of leaders for the Voices of the Future (VOTF) conference.
The high calibre of entries from the University of Otago has led to two School of Performing Arts students being awarded $10,000 FAME Emerging Practitioner Awards.