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Information, resources, and support for neuroscience students

Information about neuroscience

Neuroscience Subject Guide

The Library's Neuroscience Subject Guide is comprehensive, and includes links to Neuroscience web resources from around the world.

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University links for all students

Career Development Centre

The Career Development Centre can help you to explore career ideas and give related course advice. They also provide information about specific jobs, employers and further study.


Information about all scholarships available to students at the University of Otago.

Student exchange

You can study overseas and count the credit towards your Otago degree.

Student Learning Centre

The Student Learning Centre can help you take control of your learning. If it all seems too hard, too much or you just don’t know where to start, Student Learning Advisors are ready to help. If you’re an enrolled student, it's free!

Thesis Information Guide

The Thesis Information Guide offers useful advice and support for your research thesis journey.

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University support for special groups

Disability Information and Support

Disability Information and Support provides learning support, advice, advocacy and information to students with permanent, recurring or temporary impairments.

International Office

The International Office assists international students with any issues or questions that may arise during their time at Otago.

Māori Centre

The Māori Centre encourages Iwi Māori to participate and succeed in tertiary education. The Centre offers support for academic, cultural and social needs from a kaupapa Māori base.

Pacific Islands Centre

The Pacific Islands Centre helps students of Pacific descent to make the most of their time at the University of Otago.

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