Disability Information and Support
The Department's Disability Support person is Ms Sue Deans, Technical Manager. You can contact Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org
The University's Disability Information and Support provides learning support, advice, advocacy and information to students with permanent, recurring or temporary impairments.
The Kaiāwhina Māori in the Department of Physiology are Toni-Ann Alsop and Mike Gill. Toni-Ann is a Teaching Fellow and Mike is a Professional Practice Fellow in the Department.
Their role is to help Māori students in Physiology access academic and pastoral support, and to provide assistance with advocacy and scholarships.
The University's 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 support
The Department's Pacific Island Support people are Dr Daryl Schwenke and Abigail Walker. Daryl is a Associate Professor and Abi is a Teaching Fellow in the Department.
Dr Daryl Schwenke
The University's Pacific Islands Centre helps students of Pacific descent to make the most of their time at the University of Otago.
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.
There are in excess of $15 million worth of scholarships available for students wanting to study at the University of Otago - and for Otago students wishing to study at other institutions around the world.
You can study overseas and count the credit towards your Otago degree through the Global Student Exchange Programme.
Student Learning Development
The Higher Education Development Centre (HEDC) Student Learning Development provides free and confidential academic development to students studying at the University of Otago. Student Learning Advisors are ready to help - whether its to get a pass mark or gain a top result, all students can benefit from this service.
Thesis Information Guide
The Thesis Information Guide gives useful advice and support for your research thesis journey.
The International Office assists international students with any issues or questions that may arise during their time at Otago.