The COVID-19 Protection Framework is in effect – all of Aotearoa New Zealand is currently at orange. Public health measures apply.
If you are unwell: stay at home, study remotely where possible, and contact your faculty office if you are concerned about any impact on your academic programme.
The Ministry of Health advises that masks should be worn in indoor public settings. Students must wear a mask during formal teaching and learning activities, including lectures. Spare masks are available if needed.
Information for all students in New Zealand
Settings and mandates
Information for specific students, and staff
International students outside New Zealand
Go to the Wellington University International site to find out what to do if you're a current or potential international student who is currently offshore.
International students in New Zealand
Find out about the support (and free COVID-19 tests) you can get as an international student, and how you can renew your visa at the current settings.
Students in Halls of Residence
Find out about COVID-19 vaccination and mask-wearing requirements, and how Halls will handle any positive cases.
Postgraduate research students
Find out what the current settings mean for domestic and international students working on their doctoral or Master's thesis, in New Zealand or offshore.
Go to the staff intranet to find out what the current setting means for you, and learn how the University is responding.