In addition to our campuses, the University has specialist facilities in Wellington and Auckland where world-class teaching, research, and learning occurs.
Clinical Services Building, Wellington Regional Hospital
The Clinical Services Building is home to the School of Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Practice. They provide courses relevant to contemporary healthcare disciplines; academic, professional and practical expertise; and research. They are based in Level 7 and 8, Clinical Services Building, Wellington Regional Hospital, Riddiford Street, Newtown, Wellington.
Contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Practice
Wellington Faculty of Architecture and Design Innovation facilities
Find out about the world-class facilities available to students at the Wellington Faculty of Architecture and Design Innovation.
Ferrier Research Institute | Te kāuru
The word-class Ferrier Research Institute is part of the Gracefield Innovation Quarter in Lower Hutt. The team works on a broad range of applied research projects and commercial work for clients, as well as postgraduate teaching and supervision for Master's and PhD students.
On level 3 of NEC house, in the heart of town, you will find Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington’s Computational Media Innovation Centre and Wellington ICT Graduate School. The Centre strives to enhance our nation’s interactive media ecosystem through user-orientated academic research.
Paihau—Robinson Research Institute
Wellington University Coastal Ecology Lab
The Wellington University Coastal Ecology Laboratory in Wellington’s Island Bay supports the School of Biological Sciences’ coastal ecology research. The award-winning facility overlooks the spectacular exposed rocky reef systems of the Taputeranga Marine Reserve, and has extensive views across Cook Strait to the South Island.
Adam Art Gallery
Located on the Kelburn campus, the Adam Art Gallery is the purpose-built gallery of Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington.
The Classics Museum, located on level 5 of the Old Kirk building, houses a small collection of Greek and Roman artefacts.
J. C. Beaglehole Room
The J.C. Beaglehole Room is the home of the Library’s unique and heritage collections, preserved for current and future research.
Language Learning Centre
The Language Learning Centre first opened its doors in 1967 and since then we’ve built up a wealth of language learning knowledge and resources. We provide a vibrant and welcoming hub to support our users to become better independent learners.
University Recreation Wellington provides sports, recreation, wellbeing, fitness and club services for the community.
University Kids Wellington
University Kids Wellington has offered a high-quality service to the families of staff and students for more than 30 years. We now also welcome enrolments from the public.